18 juillet 2019

'Baroque Pathways' Brings Rome to Potsdam

Caravaggio  (1571-1610), Narcissus, 1598/99. © Photo: Gallerie Nazionali di Arte Antica di Roma – Bibliotheca Hertziana, Istituto Max Planck per la storia dell’arte / Mauro Coen. Potsdam - From July 13 to October 6, 2019, Germany's Museum Barberini is presenting its first old master exhibition: Baroque Pathways: The National Galleries Barberini Corsini in Rome showcases 54 masterpieces from the collections of the Palazzo Barberini and the Galleria Corsini in Rome, among them an early work by... [Lire la suite]

29 juin 2019

Exhibition explores Dutch and Spanish painting of the 16th and 17th centuries

Johannes Vermeer, The Geographer, 1669. Oil on canvas, 51,6 x 45,4 cm, Frankfurt, Städel Museum. © Städel Museum MADRID.- Velázquez, Rembrandt, Vermeer: Parallel visions is an exhibition that encourages visitors to not only appreciate the quality and importance of the 72 works on display, some by the most admired painters of 17th-century Europe, but also to establish points of comparison between them. The traditional and long-standing idea of the art produced in different parts of Europe is that it is... [Lire la suite]
19 juin 2017

Scottish National Gallery opens "Beyond Caravaggio"

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610), The Taking of Christ, 1602. On indefinite loan to the National Gallery of Ireland from the Jesuit Community, Leeson St., Dublin, who acknowledge the kind generosity of the late Dr Marie Lea-Wilson. Photo © National Gallery of Ireland. EDINBURGH.- The revolution in painting sparked by one of the world’s most celebrated (and notorious) artists is the subject of the major summer exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh this year. Beyond Caravaggio brings a... [Lire la suite]
13 décembre 2008

Matthias Stom (1600-après 1650), Mucius Scaevolla devant Porsenna

Matthias Stom (1600-après 1650), Mucius Scaevolla devant Porsenna, huile sur toile, 102 x 118,5 cm. Estimation : 150 000/200 000 €. Autrefois connu sous le nom de "Maître de la mort de Caton", Matthias Stom s’est probablement formé à Utrecht dans l’atelier de Bloemart, qui lui transmit l’héritage caravagesque de Honthorst. On possède aujourd’hui encore peu de renseignements biographiques. Sa présence est mentionnée à Rome, de 1630 à 1632, puis en Sicile en 1641, où il serait mort quelques années après. On peut... [Lire la suite]
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