Carlo Crivelli

1430-1495 Italian Carlo Crivelli Locations 1495). He produced many large, multi-partite altarpieces in which his highly charged, emotional use of line, delight in detail, decoration and citric colours, often set against a gold ground, convey an intensity of expression unequalled elsewhere in Italy. His mastery of perspective was also used for dramatic impact. As he worked in isolation in the Marches, his style only had local influence. In the 19th century, however, he was one of the most collected of 15th-century Italian painters.

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Carlo Crivelli Annunciation with Saint Emidius oil painting


Annunciation with Saint Emidius
Painting ID::  669
Artist: Carlo Crivelli
Painting: Annunciation with Saint Emidius
Introduction: 1486 National Gallery, London
   
   
     

Carlo Crivelli Lamentation over the Dead Christ oil painting


Lamentation over the Dead Christ
Painting ID::  670
Artist: Carlo Crivelli
Painting: Lamentation over the Dead Christ
Introduction: 1485 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
   
   
     

Carlo Crivelli Madonna and Child Enthroned with a Donor oil painting


Madonna and Child Enthroned with a Donor
Painting ID::  671
Artist: Carlo Crivelli
Painting: Madonna and Child Enthroned with a Donor
Introduction: 1470 National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
   
   
     

Carlo Crivelli St.James of Marche with Two Kneeling Donors oil painting


St.James of Marche with Two Kneeling Donors
Painting ID::  672
Artist: Carlo Crivelli
Painting: St.James of Marche with Two Kneeling Donors
Introduction: Musee du Louvre, Paris
   
   
     

Carlo Crivelli St.Roch oil painting


St.Roch
Painting ID::  673
Artist: Carlo Crivelli
Painting: St.Roch
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     1430-1495 Italian Carlo Crivelli Locations 1495). He produced many large, multi-partite altarpieces in which his highly charged, emotional use of line, delight in detail, decoration and citric colours, often set against a gold ground, convey an intensity of expression unequalled elsewhere in Italy. His mastery of perspective was also used for dramatic impact. As he worked in isolation in the Marches, his style only had local influence. In the 19th century, however, he was one of the most collected of 15th-century Italian painters.