The Entombment of Christ.pdf

The Entombment of Christ

William H. Forsyth

26.02.2017 · Michelagelo Mersi da Caravaggio painted “The Entombment of Christ” between 1602-1603. Caravaggio originally painted this image for the chapel on the right of Santa Maria in Vallicella. A copy of this painting can be found at the chapel, while the original is located at the Vatican Pinacoteca. Caravaggio was also known for his violent…

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The Entombment of Christ.pdf


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Sofia Voigt

Fun fact: The painting is quite dark. While this was the intention of Caravaggio and may partly be due to the exposure to light over time, Caravaggio often took the place where the painting would be placed into account when choosing the colors he used for that painting. He considered both how the light would fall on the painting and the height at which the painting would be placed.

Matteo Müller

78. Entombment of Christ, Jacobo da Pontormo - … Form: · Painted oil on wood · In a church to the right of the entrance, above the altar, in the Capponi Chapel in Florence o Right when you come in you are struck with this painting · Early mannerist style (see below) o This is important because the chapel is a cubical, very logical space, that is very much in the Renaissance style and there are Renaissance frescos right next to it that

Noel Schulze

08.04.2011 · Entombment of Christ (Deposition) by Caravaggio as described by Elizabeth Lev on the EWTN series "Catholc Canvas"

Jason Lehmann

Picture and description of a work by Caravaggio: The Entombment. Oil on canvas (300 x 203 cm), dated ca. 1602/04.

Jessica Kohmann

Members of the group would have meditated on the moments following Christ’s death and thought of the piercing grief of his mother and other attendants, but also of the promise of life to come. When it entered the Museum, its gravity and nobility reminded one curator of the music of Bach or the poetry of Milton.