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Author:
John F Moffitt
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978-0786419593
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McFarland & Company (October 15, 2004)
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Here, both his revolutionary painterly d naturalism and dramatic chiaroscuro-and his novel . The overall result of this investigation is characterize the work of the painter as an expression of "learned naturalism.

Here, both his revolutionary painterly d naturalism and dramatic chiaroscuro-and his novel subject matter-still-life compositions and genre scenes-are finally put into their proper cultural and contemporary environment. This environment included the contemporary rise of empirical scientific observation, a procedure-like Caravaggio's to a close study of the phenomenal world.

Italian painter Caravaggio was recognized by his contemporaries as a dedicated practitioner of il naturalismo and a learned painter. His use of the chiaroscuro technique was skilled and his subject matter, still lifes and genre paintings, was unique.

He was an art history professor at New Mexico State University.

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1 - J. F. Moffitt, Caravaggio in Context: Learned Naturalism and Renaissance Humanism, Jefferson NC: McFarland . Moffitt, Caravaggio in Context: Learned Naturalism and Renaissance Humanism, Jefferson NC: McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers, 2004. Kebanyakan sinematografi mempelajari teknik chiaroscuro di dalam lukisan renaissance, untuk membuat teknik chiaroscuro yang tepat dalam membuat cahaya efek di dalam filem mereka, supaya kualiti cahaya kelihatan cantik. Untuk mendapatkan semangat ataupun perasaan didalam membuat pencahayaan chiaroscuro, harus melihat lukisan- lukisan seni yang membawa elemen chiaroscuro ini.

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To place Caravaggio within the context of the humanist circle in Rome . Caravaggio in Context shows us that Caravaggio was up to the challenge.

To place Caravaggio within the context of the humanist circle in Rome, Moffitt explores the circumstances and persons involved in the artist’s early commissions, of which many had quasi-mythological themes. The book explores the interpretation of the classical among the social circle of the artist’s most influential early patron, Cardinal Francesco Maria del Monte, a man of letters who was interested in science, literature, emblematics, and artistic symbolism. Kathy Johnston-Keane PhD Candidate, Department of History of Art and Archaeology, University of Pittsburgh.

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610) has long been recognized as one of the great innovators in the history of art. Through detailed analysis of paintings from his early Roman period, 1594-1602, this study now situates his art firmly within both its humanistic and its scientific context. Here, both his revolutionary painterly techniques--pronounced naturalism and dramatic chiaroscuro--and his novel subject matter--still-life compositions and genre scenes--are finally put into their proper cultural and contemporary environment. This environment included the contemporary rise of empirical scientific observation, a procedure--like Caravaggio's naturalism--committed to a close study of the phenomenal world. It also included the interests of his erudite, aristocratic patrons, influential Romans whose tastes reflected the Renaissance commitment to humanistic studies, emblematic literature and classical lore. The historical evidence entered into the record here includes both contemporary writings addressing the instructive purposes of art and the ancient literary sources commonly manipulated in Caravaggio's time that sanctioned a socially realistic art. The overall result of this investigation is characterize the work of the painter as an expression of "learned naturalism."