Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio | Salome receives the Head of John the Baptist | NG6389
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Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi) | The Denial of Saint Peter | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Artist: Trained in Milan and active in Rome (1592–1606), Naples (1606–7; 1609–10), Malta (1607–8), and Sicily (1608–9), Caravaggio was one of the most revolutionary figures of European art
Caravaggio, St Ursula / Vincenzo Pacelli dates Denial of St Peter to 1610 because of its similarity to the artist's St Ursula in Naples (in L'ultimo Caravaggio). / Mina Gregori relates St Peter's gesture to that of St Ursula (in La luce del Vero).
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17 Tournier Denial of St Peterc. 1625Oil on canvas, 171 x 252 cmMuseo del Prado, Madrid Tournier was the pupil of Valentin de Boulogne, a French Caravaggesque painter. He counteracted the Baroque use of light with a very personal and static way of handling figures with serene evenness of movement, a certain harmonius moderation in the relations between gesture, expression and sentiment, whose equilibrium, which might almost be called classical, is similar to the Gothic statuary. ....Web…