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Amor Victorious :: Caravaggio

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Caravaggio (1571-1610) Amor Victorious

Oil on canvas, 1602-1603 (156 x 113 cm)( 61,4 x 44,4 inch )

Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 27.10.2010



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June 23, 2014


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October 11, 2017


13. The picture immediately attracts attention. This is due to the special lighting and the artist's skill. The picture shows a rebellious boy. And around him are scattered different objects. But how does it look! He looks directly at the viewer with shameless eyes, and his whole pose speaks of his disobedience and bold nature. He holds in his right hand arrows that can pierce any heart and make him submit to love, and his cunning smile hints that he likes to joke. There is a chaos in a room which [Expand]

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