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The Musicians :: Caravaggio

The Musicians by artist Caravaggio - Children's portrait in art and painting
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Caravaggio (1571-1610) The Musicians

Oil on canvas, 1595-1596 (92 x 118.5 cm)( 36,2 x 46,6 inch )

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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DragonFly   User Rating: 24  October 13, 2017

His compositionally complex pictures the artist immediately created on canvas, without a preliminary drawing or sketch. The entire creative path of Caravaggio in art was accompanied by the struggle of light and shadow, a sharp opposition to each other. The same thing we see in the picture "Musicians". His paintings are still light and lyrical. He often paints musicians as in the presented work, in which flowering youth and sublime art merge in harmony. In "Musicians" can still hear the breath of [Expand]


Marat   User Rating: 376  November 13, 2019

Caravaggio portrayed four musicians. It is something that draws attention. Astonishing. I love it.


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