Caravaggio


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Caravaggio

Michelangelo Merisi da . 1571--1610, Italian painter, noted for his realistic depiction of religious subjects and for his dramatic use of chiaroscuro.
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Behind the mask: Colourful dancers and, right, Lee Clayden as Caravaggio in Darshan Singh Bhuller's show .
An even more intellectually astute Caravaggio emerges under the mature scrutiny of Elizabeth Cropper's deepening insights into the artist's ties to the controversial tendency of the period know as atomism, taken to special advantage by Caravaggio given his well-documented relationship to the real.
The exhibition "Caravaggio - Opera Omnia" combines the art of Caravaggio with technological innovations.
O'Brien believes new shoes fitted on Caravaggio were a factor in his loss of form, inadvertently limiting his traction when racing.
Brando took third at 28-1, with Caravaggio a flat fourth.
They include Royal Ascot's Group One Commonwealth Cup winner Caravaggio.
Paddy Power cut Caravaggio to 11-10 from 9-4 for the July Cup at Newmarket.
Last season, Caravaggio progressed into the star sprinting two-year-old of Europe when he went unbeaten in four starts.
With Churchill in the yard, Caravaggio was always destined to stay sprinting.
The exhibition primarily alerts us as to what makes Caravaggio's art 'Caravaggesque' and how these aspects were deployed by only a few of those artists who were chronologically close to Caravaggio.
Described by a cardinal as having "an extravagant imagination" and being "moody and dark, and brilliant," Caravaggio tells his own story of his larger-than-life personality and magnetism being at war with his self-destructive tendencies.
EXCITING Caravaggio bids to enhance Aidan O'Brien's phenomenal record in the Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh tomorrow.