9 edition of Bernardo Cavallino of Naples, 1616-1656 found in the catalog.
Bernardo Cavallino of Naples, 1616-1656
Ann Tzeutschler Lurie
|Statement||introduction, Ann Percy ; essays, Nicola Spinosa and Giuseppe Galasso ; catalogue, Ann T. Lurie and Ann Percy.|
|Contributions||Percy, Ann., Cavallino, Bernardo, 1616-1656., Cleveland Museum of Art., Kimbell Art Museum., Museo principe Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortes.|
|LC Classifications||ND623.C5 A4 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 266 p., 24 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||266|
|ISBN 10||0910386757, 0910386765|
|LC Control Number||84022978|
Bernardo Cavallino - Bernardo Cavallino was an Italian painter and draughtsman. He is regarded as one of the most original painters active in Naples during the first half of the 17th century. Show less Read more. Wikipedia. Discover this artist. 17 items. Organize by. Artists Bernardo Cavallino. Circle of Bernardo Cavallino (Naples ) The head of a bearded saint, within a painted oval. Sold for £ 13, (US$ 17,) inc. premium Old Master Paintings. 29 Oct , GMT London, Knightsbridge Circle of Bernardo Cavallino (Naples ) The head of .
Massimo Stanzione (–) and Bernardo Cavallino (–) are Caravaggio followers who were among the swath of Neapolitan artists killed in the plague, in which 60 percent of the. Bernardo Cavallino DAVID PLAYING BEFORE SAUL (detail) Enlarge. We don't know much about Cavallino (cah və LEE no). He was an Italian, born in Naples. There are only eight paintings remaining that are signed by him. It is possible that some of his paintings were sold with other artists' signatures on them.
The painting, clearly attributable to the Neapolitan school of the first half of the seventeenth century, illustrates a pictorial sentiment that approaches the models of Andrea Vaccaro, and more specifically the works of Bernardo Cavallino (Naples - ), who was also a pupil of Vaccaro. Cavallino worked in Naples. He was not a well known artist during his lifetime, but he was alert to the work of his contemporaries and he always transformed their influence with his extraordinary Bernardo Cavallino of Naples, , CMA, Nov 14 - ; Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum, Jan 26 - ; Naples, Italy, Museo.
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Bernardo Cavallino of Naples, Hardcover – February 1, by Bernardo Cavallino (Author), Ann T. Lurie (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsReviews: 1.
Get this from a library. Bernardo Cavallino of Naples, [Ann Tzeutschler Lurie; Ann Percy; Bernardo Cavallino; Cleveland Museum of Art.; Kimbell Art Museum.; Museo principe Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortes.]. N. Spinosa, Grazia eternezza 'in posa', Bernardo Cavallino e il suo tempoRome,p.
no. Lot Essay This beautifully composed and executed painting typifies the exceptional qualities that made Bernardo Bernardo Cavallino of Naples one of the outstanding talents of. The Shade of Samuel Invoked by Saul Bernardo Cavallino (–) was an Italian painter and draughtsman.
He is regarded as one of the most original painters. Artist: Workshop of Bernardo Cavallino (Italian, Naples – Naples) Medium: Oil on canvas.
Dimensions: 50 1/4 x 40 1/4 in. ( x cm) Classification: Paintings. Credit Line: Rogers Fund, Accession Number: BERNARDO CAVALLINO ( – ) Saint Catherine of Alexandria Naples, the end of the s Oil on canvas x 59 cm.
Saint Catherine holds the martyr’s palm on top of part of her spiked wheel. She was sentenced to be crushed on the wheel by the Emperor Maxentius because she had condemned the worship of pagan idols. Bernardo Cavallino melded a strikingly original individuality from a variety of sources--Spanish, French, Netherlandish, and native Italian--transforming them so completely that it is impossible to know who actually influenced him.
Despite his easily recognized individual style, little is known about Cavallino. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository English: Bernardo Cavallino () was an Italian Baroque painter working in Naples.
Bernardo Cavallini () - Naples Bernardo Cavallino Drunkenness of Noah ca. oil on panel Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid: Bernardo Cavallino Lot and his Daughters "Bernardo Cavallino depicts an episode from the Bible in which King Saul, about to enter battle with the Philistines, asked the Witch of Endor to summon the spirit.
Cavallino, Bernardo. Naples, - Naples, See author's file. The Martyrdom of Saint Stephen Ca. Oil on canvas. Room The lone figure of Saint Stephen is shown on the right of the composition with his hands crossed on his breast and his eyes raised to the heavens as he is stoned by his executioners.
Cavallino was a Neapolitan. One of the leading painters of Baroque Naples, Bernardo Cavallino was influenced by masters as diverse as Caravaggio and Rubens. He developed a distinctive manner marked by the dramatic play of light and action. The subject of this painting is taken from Livy’s account of the Etruscan siege of Rome.
Gaius Mucius, a young Roman nobleman, infiltrated the enemy camp in an attempt to slay the. Bernardo Cavallino (Naples ) Saint John the Evangelist oil on canvas, octagonal x cm (36 11/16 x 32 13/16in). unframed Footnotes. Provenance With Algranti, Milan, before Sale, Sotheby's, New York, 27 Januarylot Literature.
— Bernardo Cavallino of Naples / Exposition [4 ̊V]. — Grazia e tenerezza 'in posa': Bernard Cavallino e il suo tempo / Nicola Spinoza, — Bénézit. Bernardo Cavallino. Cavallino was born in Naples, where he was active.
His paintings tend to dark backgrounds and elongated figures. He was one of the leading Neapolitan painters of the s and s. He probably died in the great plague of Bernardo Cavallino of Naples,Cleveland Museum of Art; Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth; Museo Pignatelli Cortes, Naples,no.
68, repro. Ritorno al barocco: da Caravaggio a Vanvitelli [Return to the Baroque. From Caravaggio to Vanvitelli], Museo e Gallerie Nazionali di Capodimonte, Naples,no.
I, repro. Bernardo Cavallino e il suo tempo –, Romep.fig. (as Cavallino) The present painting, depicting an Allegory of Painting, has recently been published by Nicola Spinosa in the monograph on the artist as a fully autograph work by Bernardo Cavallino (see literature). Books > Antiquarian & Collectible.
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Item Information. Condition: not Seller Rating: % positive. Bernardo Cavallino of Naples, by Ann Tzeutschler Lurie (Book) Bernardo Cavallino by Bernardo Cavallino (Book) A Baroque Painting of Saint Catherine by Margaretta M Salinger ().
Bernardo Cavallino depicts an episode from the Bible in which King Saul, about to enter into battle with the Philistines, asked the Witch of Endor to summon the spirit of the recently deceased prophet Samuel, the last Judge of the Israelites.
Bernardo Cavallino (Naples –?) Saint Dorothy oil on canvas 27 7/8 x 22 7/8 in. (72 x 58 cm.) in a gilt foliate frame. Bernardo Cavallino of Naples,Bernardo Cavallino: ventisei riproduzioni: Christ driving the Traders from the Temple: Curación de Tobías: David Playing Harp to Saul: David spielt vor Saul: The Drunkenness of Noah: Ebbrezza di Noè: La embriaguez de Noé: Erminia und der verwundete Tancred: Erminia unter den Hirten.Bernardo Cavallino (–) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, working in Naples.
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― gym4god 2/5/ 1. The girl form is Bernarda. ― gym4god 2/5.Cleveland, Cleveland Museum of Art; Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum; Naples, Museo Pignatelli Cortes, Bernardo Cavallino of Naples, no.
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