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Carlo Maratti and his contemporaries

Jean K. Westin

Carlo Maratti and his contemporaries

figurative drawings from the Roman baroque : Museum of Art, the Pennsylvania State University, January 19 through March 16, 1975

by Jean K. Westin

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Published by The Museum in [University Park] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy,
  • Rome (City)
    • Subjects:
    • Maratti, Carlo, 1625-1713,
    • Drawing, Italian -- Italy -- Rome (City) -- Exhibitions,
    • Drawing, Baroque -- Italy -- Rome (City) -- Exhibitions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementintroduction and catalogue by Jean K. Westin and Robert H. Westin.
      ContributionsWestin, Robert H., joint author., Pennsylvania State University. Museum of Art.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNC256.R6 W47
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. :
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4600539M
      LC Control Number77363451

      Maratta was born in Camerano. He was about in Rome from and trained under Andrea Sacchi. In he was in Rome again, and after the deaths of Sacchi and Pietro da Cortona he was the leading painter there. He died in Rome. He produced portraits and mythological paintings, but was chiefly famous for his religious pictures. Faith and Justice Enthroned. Carlo Maratti (Italian, - ) × cm (19 × 11 1/4 in.) GG Open Content images tend to be large in file-size. To avoid potential data charges from your carrier, we recommend making sure your device is .

      The death of Saint Joseph - (after) Carlo Maratta Or Maratti - , the largest gallery in the world: wikigallery - the largest virtaul gallery in the world with more than , on display. Always open and always free! Carlo Cavaliere Maratta or Maratti. Painter and etcher. Born Camerano (Ancona) 15 May , went to Rome , entered studio of Andrea Sacchi where he stayed for 22 years. Worked for Church of S. Agostino, popes Innocent XII and Clement XI (restored Raphael's stanze). Entered Accademia S. Luca and served as principe.

      Circle of Carlo Maratti (or Maratta), (), THE HOLY FAMILY, WITH SAINT JOSEPH HOLDING A PALM LEAF TO THE CHRIST CHILD, Oil on canvas, 22 x 16 in — x cm ATTRIBUTED TO CARLO MARATTA (): STANDING FEMALE FIGURE. Carlo MARATTI () (Italy) is an artist born in The oldest auction result ever registered on the website for an artwork by this artist is a print-multiple sold in , at Christie's, and the most recent auction result is a print-multiple sold in 's price levels for this artist are based on auction results.


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Although he is part of the classical tradition stemming from Raphael, he was not exempt from the influence of Baroque painting and particularly in his use of : 13 MayCamerano, Marche, Papal States. Reni and Sacchi, to be added to a new edition of his fundamental Vite Fig.

Carlo Maratti, The Painter Andrea Sacchi, ca.67 x 50 cm., Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. Fig. Carlo Maratti, Visitation,Siena, Cappella della Madonna del Voto, Duomo. Top, fig.

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Westin, Robert H. Westin. Carlo Maratta, Maratta also spelled Maratti, (bornCamerano, Papal States [Italy]—died Dec. 15,Rome), one of the leading painters of the Roman school in the later 17th century and one of the last great masters of Baroque classicism.

His final Carlo Maratti and his contemporaries book offer an early example of “arcadian good taste” (named for the Academy of Arcadians, of which he was. Portrait of Carlo Maratti by Francesco Maratti,marble - Bode-Museum - DSCJPG 3, × 4,; MB Portret van kardinaal Alderano Cibo Alderanvs episcopvs ostiensis die VI martii MDCXLV (titel op object), RP-Pjpg 4, × 5,; MBWork location: Rome.

Pennsylvania State University, Museum of Art. "Carlo Maratti and His Contemporaries: Figurative Drawings from the Roman Baroque," Janu –Ma The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Roman Artists of the 17th Century: Drawings and Prints," November 2, –Janu The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Pennsylvania State University, Museum of Art. "Carlo Maratti and His Contemporaries: Figurative Drawings from the Roman Baroque," Janu –Ma Philadelphia Museum of Art. "Art in Rome in the Eighteenth Century," Febru. MARATTI, Carlo, an Italian painter, born near Ancona indied in Rome, Dec.

15, At about the age of 12 he was sent to Rome and put under the instruction of Andrea Sacchi, with whom he remained eight years. Estimate: $ - $ Description: Attrib. to Carlo Maratti (Italian )- ''Roman Father Preaching Virtue to His Family''- graphite on paper, ca.inscribed in brown ink ''Il mano del maestro'' (In the hand of the master) and inscribed signature by another hand lower right, some foxing, staining along right edge, corners cropped, tipped to mat.

Carlo (or Carlino) Dolci (25 May – 17 January ) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence, known for highly finished religious pictures, often repeated in many versions.

6 External links. He was born in Florence, on his mother's side the grandson of a painter. Although he was precocious and apprenticed Born:Florence. Early Life and Artistic Training. Born Carlo Maratta in Camerano in the Marche region, then part of the Papal States, he showed such exceptional skills in drawing and sketching that, at the age of 11, he was sent by his patrons to Rome to study in the workshop of the classicist Andrea Sacchi (), whose classical style was shared by such greats as Nicolas Poussin (.

Carlo Maratta studied nearly round-the-clock as a youth in a life "far removed from every form of juvenile levity," according to his early biographer. Maratta arrived in Rome at age twelve and stayed to become one of the city's leading painters of the late s.

From the success of a large altarpiece, Maratta's career was a string of. Maratti depicts the point at which Apollo almost catches up Daphne and she is rescued by changing into an olive tree.

In the foreground lies Peneus, recognisable as river god by his crock of flowing water. Carlo Maratti, a native of the Marches and a pupil of Andrea Sacchi, was one of the leading painters of the Rome of his day.

Carlo Maratti. Italian, – Follow. Shop works for sale (2) Carlo Maratti. Italian, – Follow. following. Overview. Works for sale (2) Auction results. Related Categories. Madonna and Child. Deities and Holy Figures.

Royal/Court Commission. Bible Story. Christian Art and Architecture. Oil on ality: Italian. offers the best selection of Carlo Maratti art prints for sale online, with easy pricing, free shipping & returns, and custom framing options for the perfect piece to inspire your space. Maratta, Carlo, Italian painter, b.

at Camerino, in the March of Ancona, 13 May,d. in Rome, 15 December, From very early years Maratta showed an extraordinary skill in design, and was sent by his patrons to Rome to study under Andrea Sacchi, with whom he remained for many years, and for the rest of his life regarded as his greatest friend and.

This beautifully preserved copper is a superb example of Carlo Maratti's high baroque classicism at its most fluent and refined.

Datable to circathe picture depicts the Flight of the Holy Family into Egypt, an episode recounted in the Gospel of Matthew (), in which Mary, Joseph and the infant Jesus. This newly discovered drawn portrait of Annibale Carracci by Maratti is the preparatory study for the print that heads the life of Annibale in Giovan Pietro Bellori's Le vite de' pittori, scultori e architetti, first published in (fig.1).This celebrated book, dedicated to the powerful Jean-Baptiste Colbert, which begins with the life of Annibale and concludes with that of Poussin.

Carlo Maratta – Italian View all 32 artworks. Saint James the Greater c Temple Newsam House, Leeds Museums and Galleries He was the leading painter of his time in Rome and after the death of Bernini in he was the most famous artist in the city.

A pupil of Andrea Sacchi, he continued the tradition of the classical Grand.This page was last edited on 28 Julyat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.

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