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Massimo Stanzione Woman in Neapolitan Costume by Massimo Stanzione 1635 Italian oil oil painting


Woman in Neapolitan Costume by Massimo Stanzione 1635 Italian oil
Painting ID::  74978
Massimo Stanzione
Woman in Neapolitan Costume by Massimo Stanzione 1635 Italian oil
1635 Oil on canvas cjr

   
   
     

Massimo Stanzione Cleopatra oil painting


Cleopatra
Painting ID::  76126
Massimo Stanzione
Cleopatra
Date 1630s Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 169 ?? 100 cm (66.5 ?? 39.4 in) cyf

   
   
     

Massimo Stanzione Woman in Neapolitan Costume oil painting


Woman in Neapolitan Costume
Painting ID::  76589
Massimo Stanzione
Woman in Neapolitan Costume
Date 1635 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions ? ?? cm cyf

   
   
     

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     Massimo Stanzione
     (also called Stanzioni; c. 1586 - c. 1656) was an Italian Baroque painter, mainly active in Naples. Massimo Stanzione was an Italian Baroque painter. Born in Naples in 1586, Massimo was greatly influenced by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, but what earned him the nickname of The Neapolitan Guido Reni was his sophisticated and graceful style. The thing that distinguished Massimo art from Carravaggism was that he combined Caravaggio dramatically lit and brutally realistic style with the classical and lyrical manner of Bolognesi painters. Though his preliminary training is uncertain, it is thought that he studied with Fabrizio Santafede; however, most of the influence he received was from Caravaggio. Art historians believe that Stanzione developed his career as an artist in Rome. It is thought that he bagan his career as a portraitist. Some of his most famous works include Portrait of a Woman in Popular Costume, and Portrait of Jerome Banks. Between 1617 and 1630, it is believed that he traveled between the papal city and his hometown of Naples exploring different styles of art. Also influenced by Caravaggio were Artemisia Gentileschi, Simon Vouet, and Carlo Saraceni. During Stanzione career a movement that changed the style of art was formed. Stanzione was a part of this movement. This movement transformed the dark, contrasted Caravaggio-styled art into Bolognese colorism and soft art.

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