Wherever you find a Raphael, a Rubens, a Michelangelo, a Carracci
, or a da Vinci (and we see them every day,) you find artists copying them, and the copies are always the handsomest.
El Greco's criticisms of Vasari were shared by Annibale Carracci
and especially by Federico Zuccari, whom El Greco met in the early 1570s in Rome, and are illustrative of more than just an emerging movement of anti-Vasarianism in early modern art.
Gianfreda contributes fresh observations about the potential impact of Netherlandish painting (including the genre-like treatment of sacred themes), of North Italian painting in Lombardy and the Veneto (including life-size, half-figure paintings for private devotion), and of the Carracci
in Bologna, particularly Ludovico's Kiss of Judas.
Un ejemplo sumamente elocuente de esta idea: la imagen semilla fecunda y de encadenamiento lo constituyen las obras de Carracci
-Rembrandt-Picasso: El Jupiter y Antiope de Annibal Carracci
es referencia para dos aguafuertes de Jupiter y Antiope (7), de Rembrandt y este a su vez, para las dos versiones del Fauno descubriendo a una mujer dormida (8) de la Suite Vollard de Picasso.
Indeed, the material support and respect Fontana received in Rome was due in part, no doubt, to the fact that she was an artist from Bologna, and hence associated with the revered Carracci
and modern art.
St Francis holding the Infant Jesus by Ludovico Carracci
, elder cousin of Annibale, comes from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
He also chose a thematic approach, not least to contrast the visceral realism of Caravaggio with the classicising naturalism of the Carracci
The poem therefore picked up associations with theoretical anti-academicism which stand ironically at odds with its content, which is essentially conservative, resting in the authority of the ancients and upholding the modern tradition as exemplified by the Carracci
and their school.
In spite of that, he acquired and left to his former college authentic works by Lotto, Tintoretto, Veronese, Annibale Carracci
, Domenichino and Zuccarelli.
Mahon's collection is exhibited publically and in as entirety for the first time, and includes paintings by Guercino, Carracci
and Poussin which the
The disposal of the Colthurst pictures, 20 lots in all including other works accredited to Chardin, Cuyp, Maratta and Carracci
, was at the time standard procedure.
Chapter 8, which is dedicated to the Carracci
and their absorption of Correggio, is also rich and interesting.