explain it

(Source: asabiniambi)

roughly6feettall:

Conversion of St Peter by Caravaggio

roughly6feettall:

Conversion of St Peter by Caravaggio

the-dowager-empress:

Carravaggio’s depiction of the crucifixion of St. Peter.

the-dowager-empress:

Carravaggio’s depiction of the crucifixion of St. Peter.

igorsoldat:

Narcissus by Caravaggio

igorsoldat:

Narcissus by Caravaggio

meeresstille:

Judith and Holofernes


1. Lucas Cranach the elder (1530)

2. Carravaggio (1598-99)

3. Artemisia Gentileschi (1611-12)

4. Cristofano Allori (1613)

5. Peter Paul Rubens (1616)

6. Massimo Stanzione (ca. 1630)

7. August Riedel (1840)

8. Gustav Klimt (1901)

9. Franz von Stuck (1926)

10. Pia Zschukelt (2001)

artmastered:

Giovanni Bellini, Frari triptych, 1488

artmastered:

Giovanni Bellini, Frari triptych, 1488

cavetocanvas:

Giovanni Bellini, San Zaccaria Altarpiece, 1505

cavetocanvas:

Giovanni Bellini, San Zaccaria Altarpiece, 1505

drakontomalloi:

Giovanni Bellini - Pagan Allegory (Allegory of Renunciation and Reward). N.d., late 1450s

drakontomalloi:

Giovanni Bellini - Pagan Allegory (Allegory of Renunciation and Reward). N.d., late 1450s

blugio:

Il Caravaggio, Madonna del Rosario

andmymouthisanhourglassofblood:

Giovanni Baglione, “Amore sacro e profano”, 1602, Olio su tela, 240 x 143 cm, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica, Roma

andmymouthisanhourglassofblood:

Giovanni Baglione, “Amore sacro e profano”, 1602, Olio su tela, 240 x 143 cm, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica, Roma