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Murillo and the Spanish School of Painting; Fifteen Engravings on Steel and Nineteen on Wood, with an Account of the School and Its Great Masters

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Murillo and the Spanish School of Painting; Fifteen Engravings on Steel and Nineteen on Wood, with an Account of the School and Its Great Masters by William Bell Scott
Murillo and the Spanish School of Painting; Fifteen Engravings on Steel and Nineteen on Wood, with an Account of the School and Its Great Masters
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Author: William Bell Scott
Page Count: 36 pages
Published Date: 01 May 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781235893483
Download Link: Murillo and the Spanish School of Painting; Fifteen Engravings on Steel and Nineteen on Wood, with an Account of the School and Its Great Masters
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 Excerpt: ...and tyrannical that it would not allow any stranger to its principles to enter the town; and the body counted among its members two men fairly entitled to the name of bravo--Correnzio, the pupil of Tintoretto, and Giambatista Caracciolo, called Batistrello. These two, supported by younger men, sustained at the point of the sword the superiority of the master. Several of the greatest artists from distant parts of Italy had been called to take part in the works going on in the Duomo of St. Januarius--Annibale Carracci, Guido, and others--but they were forced hastily to leave the city, to escape the determined villains surrounding Ribera. Domenichino was later in beating his retreat, and died on the way to Home, under suspicion of poison, administered by some one of the faction deputed to secure him. A fearful length to carry jealousy, only possible in an age and country when violence in many other forms passed without punishment. As to Ribera, why should he have envied any one? He had all the advantages he wished, and honours too. The Pope decorated him with the Order of Christ, and the Academy of St. Luke of Home received him after these violent actions. His faction was the last and most violent form of the Naturalisti, or Tenebrosi, as they are sometimes called, Caravaggio and Ribera, with their imitators and disciples, indulging in painting the most painful subjects, rendered apparently with a ferocious enjoyment. These martyrdoms and other horrors were often lighted by the lurid flames of furnaces or torches, showing the bodies of an orange yellow, and making white drapery like the colour of gold. Ugliness in the characters represented, as executioners especially, was sometimes exceedingly repulsive, as in the man bringing the wood in the "Martyrdom ...

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