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There is no lack of books on the life of this amazing painter. He lived his life with reckless abandonment and disregard for the consequences.

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Caravaggio was the prototypic tortured genius. This is swgrada only about art but the man behind the art as well. His paintings reflect his mindset and open a new dimension to painting, showing not the idealistic images of the early Renaissance but rather the gritty lives of real people.

He was independent, interesting and far beyond his time in his attitude toward how he should be the master of his own destiny. It made feel like I am there watching the scene play out. Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. If you wish to understand this work, then this book will answer many questions.

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A Life Sacred and Profane gave me immense pleasure and provided constant delight. Oh and the way he was able to capture the moment it makes you want to weep with the beauty of his creations. Caravaggio was a master in this area. There is a movie available about Caravaggio in Italian with subtitles. Entertaining yet coherent, detailed and with a thorough review of available material.


I highly recommend it also.

The book’s rigour and integrity are obvious. Amazon Business Servicio para clientes de empresa. In the course of this desperate life Caravaggio created the most dramatic paintings of his age, using ordinary men and women – often prostitutes and the very poor – to model for his depictions of classic religious scenes.

Graham-Dixon might have concerning Caravaggio since it may end with rapiers flying. Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones. It also is for the neophyte one of the best descriptions of how to appreciate still lives in particular or art is general.

Productos Reacondicionados Precios bajos en productos revisados por Amazon. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. The complete works Fantastic Price. I suggest getting a book of his art, so you can read the descriptions of the paintings and see the art as it is described.

After reading this book, I am again amazed by caravahgio powerful expression of csravaggio paintings beyond their titles, each one tells so much about personal history full of contradictions, ambiguity, yearning and violence. This book is well-well-written and definitely worth the time.

The worlds of Milan, Rome and Naples through which Caravaggio moved and which Andrew Graham-Dixon describes brilliantly in this book, are those of cardinals and whores, prayer and violence. Nothing dramatic here except that to note a feeling that as his book progresses, the author seems to exhibit some of that wild uncontrollable passion that marks the life of Caravvagio.


Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. The book, although probably not for the art historian, draws from well-established sources, and points out the inconsistencies among prior biographers.

Caravaggio has rarely been seen in such depth and such relief as in this marvellous biography. Michelangelo Sagraad da Caravaggio lived the darkest and most dangerous life of any of the great painters. Tapa blanda Compra verificada.

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At the time he painted it was unpopular to depict real people in actual settings. A well researched and captivating book. It is a long and dense book but it reads like a suspenseful and melodramatic drama which was the life of this incredibly volatile and unique artist. The author’s preoccupation with the influence of the art of the sacro monte is illuminating for this American reader because I had heretofore associated such displays with a type of tv proselyting or paper mache displays, a bit unna and maudlin.

Fortunately for the reader, ending in a happier ending.