GENTILESCHI, Orazio

Italian Baroque Era Painter, ca.1563-1639 Although he was eight years older than Caravaggio, he is nevertheless regarded as a Caravaggesque artist, so deeply was his mature style affected by his knowledge of the younger painter's art. His response to Caravaggio was intensely poetic, and none of Caravaggio's many gifted followers produced more beautiful pictures.

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GENTILESCHI, Orazio Joseph and Potiphar's Wife (detail) dsg oil painting


Joseph and Potiphar's Wife (detail) dsg
Painting ID::  6835
Artist: GENTILESCHI, Orazio
Painting: Joseph and Potiphar's Wife (detail) dsg
Introduction: 1626-30 Oil on canvas, 204,9 x 261,9 cm (whole painting) Royal Collection, Windsor
   
   
     

GENTILESCHI, Orazio Two Women with a Mirror fge oil painting


Two Women with a Mirror fge
Painting ID::  6825
Artist: GENTILESCHI, Orazio
Painting: Two Women with a Mirror fge
Introduction: Oil on canvas, 132,7 x 154 cm Alte Pinakothek, Munich
   
   
     

GENTILESCHI, Orazio Annunciation seyh oil painting


Annunciation seyh
Painting ID::  6826
Artist: GENTILESCHI, Orazio
Painting: Annunciation seyh
Introduction: c. 1623 Oil on canvas, 286 x 196 cm Galleria Sabauda, Turin
   
   
     

GENTILESCHI, Orazio Sts Cecilia, Valerianus and Tiburtius dfgj oil painting


Sts Cecilia, Valerianus and Tiburtius dfgj
Painting ID::  6827
Artist: GENTILESCHI, Orazio
Painting: Sts Cecilia, Valerianus and Tiburtius dfgj
Introduction: c. 1620 Oil on canvas, 350 x 218 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
   
   
     

GENTILESCHI, Orazio Cupid and Psyche dfhh oil painting


Cupid and Psyche dfhh
Painting ID::  6828
Artist: GENTILESCHI, Orazio
Painting: Cupid and Psyche dfhh
Introduction: 1628-30 Oil on canvas, 137 x 160 cm The Hermitage, St. Petersburg
   
   
     

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     Italian Baroque Era Painter, ca.1563-1639 Although he was eight years older than Caravaggio, he is nevertheless regarded as a Caravaggesque artist, so deeply was his mature style affected by his knowledge of the younger painter's art. His response to Caravaggio was intensely poetic, and none of Caravaggio's many gifted followers produced more beautiful pictures.