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Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne :: Annibale Carracci

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Annibale Carracci (1560-1609) Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne

Fresco, 1597-1602

Palazzo Farnese, Rome

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 27.10.2010



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DragonFly   User Rating: 24  October 11, 2017


12. Carracci artistically depicts the body. He pays attention to every bend of the body. Natural tones in the transfer of skin color are surprising. All the characters of his canvas are alive. It seems that the characters are as real as possible. The entire canvas is flooded with light. Blue, gold and pastel shades predominate. All rejoices and merges in one burst of joy. The artist fills his canvas with a huge number of characters, each of which is individual. You can look at the picture for a long [Expand]

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