From Caravaggio to Artemisia

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From Caravaggio to Artemisia

From Caravaggio to Artemisia

This volume brings together more than thirty of Richard Spear's most important articles and selected chapters from his main books, organized in three sections, Caravaggio and Caravaggism, Italy and France, and Bolognese Painters. The author provides important addenda and retrospective critical reflections on each of the essays. Contents: Caravaggio and Caravaggism: Caravaggio and His Followers Caravaggisti at the Palazzo Pitti 'The International Caravaggesque Movement' by Benedict Nicolson Stocktaking in Caravaggio Studies The Critical Fortune of a Realist Painter Leonardo, Raphael, and Caravaggio Artemisia Gentileschi: Ten Years of Fact and Fiction Caravaggio's 'Death of the Virgin' by Pamela Askew Saints and Sinners Italy and France: Baciccio's Pendant Paintings of 'Venus and Adonis' Baciccio's 'Venus and Adonis': A Postscript Studies in Conservation and Connoisseurship: Problematic Paintings by Manfredi, Saraceni and Guercino Johann Liss Reconsidered Princeton: Italian Baroque Paintings Notes on Naples in the Seicento The Literary Sources of Poussin's 'Realm of Flora' On the Relationship between Subject and Decorative Modes in Baroque Fresco Cycles A New Book on La Tour 'The French Painters of the Seventeenth Century' by Christopher Wright Reni contre Dominiquin dans la litterature d'art francaise du XVIIe siecle Bolognese Painters: Domenichino and the Farnese 'Loggia del Giardino' Preparatory Drawings by Domenichino The Cappella della Strada Cupa: a Forgotten Domenichino Chapel Bolognese Paintings in Florence A Forgotten Landscape Painter: Giovanni Battista Viola Domenichino's Artistic Personality Domenichino Addenda Re-viewing the 'Divine Guido' Guercino's 'Prix-fixe': Observations on Studio Practices and Art Marketing in Emilia "Martyr", "Mary Magdalene" and "Di sua mano" from 'The "Divine" Guido: Religion, Sex, Money and Art in the World of Guido Reni' Guido's Grace Additional Notes Index.

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