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All Maratta, Carlo 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z


ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
19278  
A Young Man, Maratta, Carlo
 
 A Young Man   1663 Oil on canvas Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.
84287  
Cardinal Antonio Barberini, Maratta, Carlo
 
 Cardinal Antonio Barberini   17th century Medium Oil cyf
19280  
Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels and Saints, Maratta, Carlo
 
 Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels and Saints   1680-90 Oil on canvas Saint Maria in Vallicella, Rome
29315  
Pope Clement IX, Maratta, Carlo
 
 Pope Clement IX   mk65 Oil on canvas 62x46 1/2"
19277  
Portrait of Andrea Sacchi, Maratta, Carlo
 
 Portrait of Andrea Sacchi   1650-55 Oil on canvas Museo del Prado, Madrid.
28097  
Portrait of Andrea Sacchi, Maratta, Carlo
 
 Portrait of Andrea Sacchi   mk61 c.1650-1655 Oil on canvas 67x50cm
19279  
Portrait of Pope Clement IX, Maratta, Carlo
 
 Portrait of Pope Clement IX   1669 Oil on canvas Vatican Gallery, Rome.
28994  
Self-Portrait, Maratta, Carlo
 
 Self-Portrait   mk65 Oil on canvas 28 9/16x23in Uffizi,
19281  
The Assumption and the Doctors of the Church, Maratta, Carlo
 
 The Assumption and the Doctors of the Church   1689 Oil on canvas Saint Maria del Popolo, Rome.
42018  
The Immaculate one Concepcion Second half of the 17th century, Maratta, Carlo
 
 The Immaculate one Concepcion Second half of the 17th century   mk166 Painting al I wave Saint Maria of the Popolo, Rome
42050  
The Madonna and its aparicion to San Felipe Neri, Maratta, Carlo
 
 The Madonna and its aparicion to San Felipe Neri   mk166 1672 I Wave on cloth 197x343cm Uffizi, Florence
29997  
TheMadonna Appearing to St.Philip Neri, Maratta, Carlo
 
 TheMadonna Appearing to St.Philip Neri   mk67 Oil on cnavas 77 9/16x135 1/16in Pitti,Palatine Gallery

Maratta, Carlo
Italian Baroque Era Painter, 1625-1713 was an Italian painter of the High Baroque period, active mostly in Rome. Born in Camerano, then part of the Papal States. He came as a boy of 12 to apprentice in the studio of Andrea Sacchi. Like Sacchi, his paintings have a classicizing tone, inspired by the works of the great painters from Parma and Bologna: Carracci, Guercino, and Lanfranco. He developed a close relationship with Sacchi till the death of his master in 1661. He worked alongside Francesco Cozza, and Domenico Maria Canuti in the decoration of the Palazzo Altieri. His first prominent work is an Adoration of the Shepherds for San Giuseppe die Falegnami in 1650. He came to establish one of the most prominent art studios in Rome of his time. Other major works are the The Mystery of the Trinity Revealed to St. Augustine (c. 1655) painted for the church of Santa Maria dei Sette Dolori, The Appearance of the Virgin to St. Philip Neri (c. 1675) now in the Pitti Palace of Florence, The Virgin with Saints Carlo Borromeo and Ignatius of Loyola and Angels (c. 1685) for the church of Santa Maria in Vallicella, and The Assumption of the Virgin with Doctors of the Church (1689) for Santa Maria del Popolo, . His numerous depictions of the Virgin earned him the nickname Carluccio delle Madonne (Little Carlo of the Madonnas). The style of Maratta is a classicized Baroque, more restrained and composed than the styles of Cortona and Carracci, thus more allied to the traditions of Sacchi, Albani, and Reni. He was one of the artists favored by Giovanni Bellori. Maratta was known for his insightful portraiture. In 1650, Maratta was introduced to pope Alexander VII, who commissioned many paintings including one of his greatest works, a painting of Constantine destroying the idols for the Baptistry of the Lateran. This work brought Maratta increased fame in the Vatican, and in 1704 Maratta was knighted by pope Clement XI. Other works include an altarpiece in the San Francesco Saverio Chapel of the Church of the Gesu, in the right transept. In 1679 or 1680, a daughter, Faustina Maratti Zappi was born to Maratta by a mistress,



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