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Baroque

1600 — 1725

The drama of deep color and shadow

In response to the political and societal change of the reformation and the counter-reformation the Baroque was a calculated image campaign by the catholic church to keep and retains its members, power, and influence. The byproduct of this cultural campaign/branding is a redesigning of how cities are planned, built, and structured. To make itself attractive the church commissioned grandiose buildings, sculptures, paintings and piazzas to promote itself and show off its power.

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Portrait of a Man with a Gloved Hand

Anthony van Dyck, 1540

Church of the Gesù

Giovanni Battista Gaulli, 1568-1580

Boy Peeling Fruit

Caravaggio, 1592

Fortune Teller

Caravaggio, 1594

The Musicians

Caravaggio, 1595

Narcissus

Caravaggio, 1594-1596

Saint Catherine of Alexandria

Caravaggio, 1595-1596

Bacchus

Caravaggio, 1596

Rest on the Flight to Egypt

Caravaggio, 1597

Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto

Caravaggio, 1597

The Martyrdom of Saint Matthew

Caravaggio, 1599

Calling of Saint Matthew

Caravaggio, 1600

Cupid as Victor

Caravaggio, 1601

Conversion on the way to Damascus

Caravaggio, 1600-1601

Supper at Emmaus (1602)

Caravaggio, 1602

The Sacrifice of Isaac

Caravaggio, 1601-1602

The Entombment of Christ

Caravaggio, 1602-1603

John the Baptist in the Wilderness

Caravaggio, 1604

Supper at Emmaus (1606)

Caravaggio, 1606

Madonna of the Rosary

Peter Paul Rubens, 1607

Still life with Venetian glass, Römer wine glass and a candle

Clara Peeters, 1607

David with the Head of Goliath (1607)

Caravaggio, 1607

Raising of Lazarus

Caravaggio, 1609

Susanna and the Elders

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1610

John the Baptist

Caravaggio, 1610

David with the Head of Goliath (1610)

Caravaggio, 1610

Table with Orange, Olives and Pie

Clara Peeters, 1611

Still Life with Sparrow Hawk, Fowl, Porcelain and Shells

Clara Peeters, 1611

Still Life with Fish, Candle, Artichokes, Crabs and Shrimp

Clara Peeters, 1611

Still Life with Flowers and Gold Cups of Honour

Clara Peeters, 1612

Self-portrait as a Female Martyr

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1615

The Goat Amalthea with the Infant Jupiter and a Faun

Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 1615

Still Life with Cheeses, Almonds and Pretzels

Clara Peeters, 1615

Self-Portrait as a Lute Player

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1615-1617

Head of Medusa

Peter Paul Rubens, 1617-1618

Judith and her Maidservant

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1618-1619

Judith Beheading Holofernes

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1614-1620

Jael and Sisera

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1620

The Head of an Old Man

Anthony van Dyck, 1618-1620

Still Life of Fish and Cat

Clara Peeters, 1620

Mary Magdalene

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1613-1620

Study Head of a Young Woman

Anthony van Dyck, 1618-1620

Perseus Releases Andromeda

Peter Paul Rubens, 1622

Emmanuel Philibert of Savoy, Prince of Oneglia

Anthony van Dyck, 1624

Daedalus and Icarus

Anthony van Dyck, 1615-1625

Still Life with Cheeses, Artichoke, and Cherries

Clara Peeters, 1625

The Triumph of Bacchus

Diego Velázquez, 1628-1629

Venus and Cupid

Artemisia Gentileschi, 1625-1630

St Jerome

Trophime Bigot, 1630

Samson and Delilah

Anthony van Dyck, 1628-1630
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