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Sir Peter Lely | Baroque painter

Sir Peter Lely (14 September 1618 - 7 December 1680) was a painter of Dutch origin whose career was nearly all spent in England, where he became the dominant portrait painter to the court.
Lely was born Pieter van der Faes to Dutch parents in Soest in Westphalia, where his father was an officer serving in the armed forces of the Elector of Brandenburg.
Lely studied painting in Haarlem, where he may have been apprenticed to Pieter de Grebber.
He became a master of the Guild of Saint Luke in Haarlem in 1637.
He is reputed to have adopted the surname "Lely" (also occasionally spelled Lilly) from a heraldic lily on the gable of the house where his father was born in The Hague.


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Orazio Borgianni | Baroque painter

Orazio Borgianni (6 April 1574 - 14 January 1616) was an Italian painter and etcher of the Mannerist and early-Baroque periods. He was the stepbrother of the sculptor and architect Giulio Lasso.
Borgianni was born in Rome, where he was documented in February 1604. He was instructed in the art of painting by his brother, Giulio Borgianni, called Scalzo.
The patronage by Philip II of Spain induced him to visit Spain, where he signed an inventory in January 1605.
He returned to Rome from Spain after April 1605 at the height of his career, and most of the work of his maturity was carried out 1605–16.


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Cesare Dandini | Baroque painter

Cesare Dandini (1 October 1596 - 7 February 1657) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in his native city of Florence.
He was the older brother of the painter Vincenzo Dandini (1609-1675).
His nephew, Pietro was a pupil of Vincenzo, and Pietro's two sons, Ottaviano Dandini and the Jesuit priest Vincenzo also worked as painters in Florence.
According to the biographer Baldinucci, Cesare first worked under Francesco Curradi, then Cristofano Allori, and finally Domenico Passignano.


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Eustache Le Sueur | Baroque painter

Eustache Le Sueur or Lesueur (19 November 1617 – 30 April 1655) was a French artist and one of the founders of the French Academy of Painting. He is known primarily for his paintings of religious subjects. He was a leading exponent of the neoclassical style of Parisian Atticism.

Training and career

He was born in Paris, where he spent his entire life. His father, Cathelin Le Sueur, a turner and sculptor in wood, placed him with Vouet, in whose studio he rapidly distinguished himself.
Admitted at an early age into the guild of master-painters, he left them to take part in establishing the French Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in 1648 and was elected as one of the original twelve elders in charge of its administration.


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Tomasz Rut, 1961 | Neo Baroque painter

Named one of the most collectible living artists, Tomasz Rut continues to expand the realm of contemporary figurative painting to the artistic limits reached only by the Great Masters of the past. Often compared to the epic works of the Antiquity, Renaissance and Baroque, his Classical artwork, inducted into The Vatican Collection by Pope Benedict XVI, resurrects the dormant tradition of figurative painting, emulating the style, harmonious elegance and passion in the spirit of Michelangelo, Raphael or Caravaggio, but does it in an eloquent, modern adaptation, accommodating the contemporary viewer.


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Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder | Baroque painter

Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder (1573-1621) was a Flemish-born Dutch still life painter and art dealer.
He is recognised as one of the earliest painters who created floral still lifes as an independent genre.
He founded a dynasty of painters who continued his style of floral and fruit painting and turned Middelburg into the leading centre for flower painting in the Dutch Republic.


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Timeline of Art History

An Art Period is a phase in the development of the work of an artist, groups of artists or art movement.
The history of art is immense and the earliest cave paintings pre-date writing by almost 27,000 years!

Ancient Classical art

Minoan art

Ancient Greek art

Roman art


Ancient Egyptian colors

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Massimo Stanzione (1585-1656) | Baroque painter


Massimo Stanzione was an Italian Baroque painter, mainly active in Naples, where he and his rival Jusepe de Ribera dominated the painting scene for several decades. Most of his work, in both oils and fresco (these usually for ceilings), depicted religious subjects.
A papal knight, he is often referred to as Cavalliere Massimo Stanzione, especially in older sources.
Born in Frattamaggiore, Naples in 1585, Massimo Stanzione was influenced by Caravaggio.
What distinguished Massimo’s art from that of Caravaggio's was that he combined the latter's dramatically lit and brutally realistic style with the classical and lyrical manner of Bolognesi painters, earning him the nickname of the Napolitan Guido Reni.

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Frans Hals | Pittore barocco

Frans Hals (Anversa, 1580 - Haarlem, 26 agosto 1666) è stato un pittore Olandese.
Quasi contemporaneo di Rembrandt operò nei Paesi Bassi durante il cosiddetto periodo d'oro della loro pittura.
Da molti considerato secondo solo a Rembrandt stesso in fatto di innovazioni stilistiche, formali e compositive, Frans Hals fu uno dei pittori più prolifici del periodo olandese ed è autore di alcuni tra i più noti ritratti del barocco, divenendo un punto chiave nella storia della fisiognomica.


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Hendrick ter Brugghen | Pittore Barocco

Hendrick ter Brugghen (1588-1629) è stato un pittore Olandese.
Hendrick Jansz ter Brugghen (detto anche Terbrugghen) ebbe un ruolo di primo piano, assieme a Gerrit van Honthorst e Dirck van Baburen, tra i seguaci olandesi del Caravaggio, i cosiddetti caravaggisti di Utrecht.

Biografia

Nacque nel 1588 nei Paesi Bassi. Sul suo luogo di nascita non c'è accordo fra le fonti: L'Aia o nell'Overijssel (forse Deventer). Si stabilì giovanissimo a Utrecht dove diventò allievo di Abraham Bloemaert.
Anche se non è certa la data del suo viaggio in Italia (1604 o 1607), si ritiene che abbia vissuto a Roma fino al 1614, anno in cui viene segnalato a Milano mentre è di ritorno verso casa.


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Giovanni Paolo Pannini (1691-1765) | Baroque painter


Giovanni Paolo Panini or Pannini was a painter and architect who worked in Rome and is primarily known as one of the vedutisti ("view painters").
As a painter, Panini is best known for his vistas of Rome, in which he took a particular interest in the city's antiquities.
Among his most famous works are his view of the interior of the Pantheon (on behalf of Francesco Algarotti), and his vedute - paintings of picture galleries containing views of Rome.

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Abraham Brueghel (1631-1690) Baroque painter

Abraham Brueghel was a Flemish painter from the famous Brueghel family of artists.
He emigrated at a young age to Italy where he played an important role in the development of the style of decorative Baroque still lifes.

Early life

Abraham was born in Antwerp, the son of Jan Brueghel the Younger, the grandson of Jan Brueghel the Elder and the great-grandson of Pieter Brueghel the Elder. Much of his artistic training came from his father Jan Brueghel the Younger, prolific painter and regular collaborator with Rubens.
Abraham showed great promise as an artist from an early age, and started to make a name for himself in his teenage years. His father sold one of Abraham's floral still lives when he was only 15 years old.


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Francesco Solimena (1657-1747) | Baroque painter


Francesco Solimena was a prolific Italian painter🎨 of the Baroque era🎨, one of an established family of painters and draughtsmen.
Francesco Solimena was born in Canale di Serino, province Avellino.
He received early training from his father, Angelo Solimena, with whom he executed a Paradise for the cathedral of Nocera (a place where he spent a big part of his life) and a Vision of St. Cyril of Alexandria for the church of San Domenico at Solofra.

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Royal Palace of Caserta | A triumph of Italian Baroque


The Royal Palace of Caserta is a former royal residence in Caserta, southern Italy, constructed by the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies as their main residence as kings of Naples.
It is one of the largest palaces erected in Europe during the 18th century.
In 1997, the palace was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site; its nomination described it as "the swan song of the spectacular art of the Baroque, from which it adopted all the features needed to create the illusions of multidirectional space".

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Pietro da Cortona (1596-1669) | Baroque painter


Pietro da Cortona, French Pierre de Cortone, original name Pietro Berrettini, Italian🎨 architect, painter, and decorator, an outstanding exponent of Baroque style🎨.
Pietro studied in Rome from about 1612 under the minor Florentine painters Andrea Commodi and Baccio Ciarpi and was influenced by antique sculpture and the work of Raphael🎨.

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Diego Velázquez (1599-1660) | Life and Artworks


Velázquez was born in 1599 in Seville in southern Spain, at that time an important city with a thriving artistic community. At the age of eleven, Velázquez was apprenticed to Francisco Pacheco, Seville's most significant artist and art theorist.
From Pacheco, Velázquez learned the technical skills of drawing and painting, still-life and portraiture and soon surpassed his master. Unlike the more traditional Pacheco, he responded to the techniques of modern innovators such as Caravaggio. (Caravaggio was famous for his dark, dramatically lit works and un-idealised models. Copies of his paintings spread all over Europe.)

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Luca Carlevarijs (1663-1730) | Baroque Era / Veduta painter


Luca Carlevarijs or Carlevaris was an Italian painter and engraver working mainly in Venice.
He pioneered the genre of the cityscapes (vedute) of Venice, a genre that was later widely followed by artists such as Canaletto🎨 and Francesco Guardi🎨.
Carlevarijs was born in Udine. He was also known as 'Luca Casanobrio' or 'Luca di ca Zenobrio', for his patronage by the latter family.
He worked principally in Venice, where he also died. His daughter, Marianna Carlevarijs (1703-1750) learned the art of pastel portraiture from Rosalba Carriera🎨.


Carlevarijs visited Rome. Here he was influenced by the Dutch painter Caspar van Wittel🎨 (often called Vanvitelli), who was a long-term resident of Rome.
Van Wittel🎨 was the pioneer of the genre of vedute of Rome. Carlevarijs then started to create vedute of Venice, which are among the earliest Baroque depictions of the city.
He painted landscapes, sea-pieces and perspective views. His works included cityscapes with a topological interest as well as imaginary landscapes with ruins.
He completed over a hundred etchings of views in Venice, which give an exact representation of the principal places in that city.
The painters Canaletto🎨, Francesco Guardi🎨 and Antonio Visentini are said to have been influenced by his work or even have been his pupils.
His paintings and his set of 104 etched views of Venice, which were published in 1703, were the foundation on which Canaletto and Guardi built. Johan Richter collaborated with him.
He also collaborated with specialist figure painters who added the staffage into his landscapes or cityscapes. He worked mostly in Venice.| © Wikipedia












Luca Carlevarijs (talvolta anche Carlevaris) (Udine, 20 gennaio 1663 - Venezia, 12 febbraio 1730) è stato un pittore Italiano, considerato il primo vedutista veneziano del Settecento ed il precursore del Canaletto e degli altri vedutisti veneziani.
Originario del capoluogo friulano Udine, il pittore si recò nel 1679 a Venezia.
La sua prima opera datata, del 1708, è un ciclo di 100 stampe che illustrano i monumenti veneziani. Questo ciclo epocale segna l'inizio dell'interesse per il vedutismo.
Le vedute dipinte del Carlevarijs erano fortemente influenzate dalla pittura dei Paesi Bassi, non soltanto di Gaspare Vanvitelli🎨 (Gaspar van Wittel), ritenuto il fondatore del vedutismo in Italia, ma anche dei romanisti olandesi di fine Seicento, come Jan Asselijn, Jan Baptist Weenix e soprattutto Johannes Lingelbach.


Nel 1703 licenziò la grande raccolta di 104 acqueforti dedicate a Venezia.
Carlevarijs fu uno degli artisti veneziani più ricercati della sua epoca, anche per la produzione di Capricci in cui lasciava spazio alla fantasia ed alla descrizione di episodi della vita comune.
Luca Carlevarijs realizzò incisioni con vedute di Venezia. Nelle sue acqueforti le linee sono nervose e fluide.
La città viene vista riflessa come in uno specchio e la realtà come un gioco fantastico e variabile.


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Francisco De Zurbarán | Baroque Era painter

Francisco de Zurbarán (baptized November 7, 1598 - August 27, 1664) was a Spanish painter. He is known primarily for his religious paintings depicting monks, nuns, and martyrs, and for his still-lifes. Zurbarán gained the nickname Spanish Caravaggio, owing to the forceful, realistic use of chiaroscuro in which he excelled.

Zurbarán was born in 1598 in Fuente de Cantos, Extremadura; he was baptized on November 7 of that year. His parents were Luis de Zurbarán, a haberdasher, and his wife, Isabel Márquez. In childhood he set about imitating objects with charcoal. In 1614 his father sent him to Seville to apprentice for three years with Pedro Díaz de Villanueva, an artist of whom very little is known.


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Simone Cantarini (1612-1648) | Baroque painter


Simone Cantarini was born in Pesaro, in the Marches, a region which was a crossroads for artists from many parts of Italy.
Cantarini began his artistic training quite young, probably 1623-1625, in the studio of Giovanni Giacomo Pandolfi (?1570-1640?), a painter of religious works who combined the local naturalism with the mannerist style of the late sixteenth century.
After a brief trip to Venice, Cantarini moved to the shop of Claudio Ridolfi (?1570-1644), a student of Paolo Veronese🎨 (1528-1588).

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Fede Galizia (1578-1630) | Baroque painter


Born in 1578 in Milan, Italy, Fede Galizia, like many female artists of her time, was the daughter of a painter (a miniaturist), who is assumed to have taught her his craft.
Little is known of her life, but her skill as a painter was first noted by Italian historian Giovanni P. Lomazzo when she was just 12 years old, and she was widely considered a prodigy.