Michelangelo caravaggio

Sacred Love Versus Profane Love (1602–03) by Giovanni Baglione. Intended as an attack on his hated enemy, the artist Caravaggio, it shows a boy (hinting at Caravaggio's homosexuality) on one side, a devil with Caravaggio's face on the other, and between an angel representing pure, meaning non-erotic, love.

Sacred Love Versus Profane Love (1602–03) by Giovanni Baglione. Intended as an attack on his hated enemy, the artist Caravaggio, it shows a boy (hinting at Caravaggio's homosexuality) on one side, a devil with Caravaggio's face on the other, and between an angel representing pure, meaning non-erotic, love.

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CARAVAGGIO. One of my favorites that we learned about in art history. He's…
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Note the critical thought represented by the wrinkled forehead, the outstretched arm, that subtle halo.
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caravaggio still life paintings | ... we see caravaggio s still life with fruit on a stone ledge a painting

caravaggio still life paintings | ... we see caravaggio s still life with fruit on a stone ledge a painting

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