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Saint Stephen, 1476, Carlo Crivelli; the saint is depicted with his attributes: rocks, a deacon's robe, a palm and a book. (National Gallery)

Saint Stephen: 1476 by Carlo Crivelli (National Gallery - London) - Early Renaissance

"Saint James the Greater", 1589, Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617), Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Saint James the Greater, from Christ and the Apostles Published 1589

Autore Carlo Crivelli Data 1471 circa Tecnica tempera e oro su tavola Dimensioni 30×22,5 cm Ubicazione Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu

Autore Carlo Crivelli Data 1471 circa Tecnica tempera e oro su tavola Dimensioni 30×22,5 cm Ubicazione Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu

'St._Francis',_painting_by_Vittore_Crivelli,_after_1490,_El_Paso_Museum_of_Art.jpg (387×815)

Vittore Crivelli ~ brother of Carlo ~ St. Francis ~ after 1490 ~ El Paso Museum of Art

Carlo Crivelli (Italian, 1435-1495) ~ Renaissance painter ~ Detail collage- ~ The Virgin and Child, Italy, Ascoli Piceno, about 1480

Carlo Crivelli (Italian, ~ Renaissance painter ~ Detail collage- ~ The Virgin and Child, Italy, Ascoli Piceno, about 1480

Crivelli’s use of gold in this painting is extremely refined. He applied sheets of gold leaf to the sky behind Saint George and to the raised pastiglia details of his armor. Crivelli also carefully painted powdered gold onto the hilt of the sword and added silver to its blade, demonstrating his mastery of multiple techniques. He then painted on top of the gold and silver to add shadows and highlights.

Ornament & Illusion: Carlo Crivelli of Venice: Beneath the Surface

Joos van Gent (c.1410-c.1480) : Portrait of Dante Alighieri, c. 1477. Musée de Louvre, Paris.

Giusto di gand, dante, louvre - Collections of the Louvre – Wikimedia Commons

Dirck van Baburen Young man singing, 1622 - Dirck van Baburen was hardly seventeen when he travelled to Rome. The city was not an unusual destination at the time – on the contrary, a lengthy stay in Italy enhanced an artist’s education. Here, he was particularly fascinated with Caravaggio, who had died shortly beforehand.

From Botticelli to Bacon: the Städel collection provides a rich survey of 700 years of European art – spanning the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque, Classical Modernism and art of the present.

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