Howard Hibbard; Shirley G. Hibbard

First Edition • March 1, 1985 • 416 pages

Print ISBN: 9780064301282 • $57.00 USD$52.50 CAN


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Caravaggio was one of the most important Italian painters of the 17th century. He was, in fact, the wellspring of Baroque painting. In Hibbard’s words, Caravaggio’s paintings speak to us more personally and more poignantly than any others of the time. In this study, Howard Hibbard evaluates the work of Caravaggio: notorious as a painter-assassin, hailed by many as an original interpreter of the scriptures, a man whose exploration of nature has been likened to that of Galileo.

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