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The Light of Christmas24

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Carlo Crivelli (Venice c. 1430 – Ascoli Piceno 1495) was an Italian Renaissance painter of conservative Late Gothic decorative sensibility, who spent his early years in the Veneto, where he absorbed influences from the Vivarini, Squarcione and Mantegna. He left the Veneto by 1458 and spent most of the remainder of his career in the March of Ancona, where he developed a distinctive personal style that contrasts with that of his Venetian contemporary Giovanni Bellini.

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The Light of Christmas24

  1. 1. Carlo Crivelli (c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna & Child Church of San Domenico, in Ascoli Piceno The Demidoff Altarpiece The National Gallery London
  2. 2. Carlo Crivelli (c.1435 - c. 1495) The Demidoff Altarpiece (fragment) The National Gallery London
  3. 3. Carlo Crivelli (c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna & Child Church of San Domenico, in Ascoli Piceno (The Demidoff Altarpiece) The National Gallery London The Demidoff Altarpiece - Saint Catherine of Alexandria
  4. 4. Carlo Crivelli (c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna & Child Church of San Domenico, in Ascoli Piceno (The Demidoff Altarpiece) The National Gallery London
  5. 5. Carlo Crivelli (c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna & Child Church of San Domenico, in Ascoli Piceno (The Demidoff Altarpiece) The National Gallery London
  6. 6. The apple is symbol of sin and is opposed to the cucumber symbol of redemption
  7. 7. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna della Rondine (The Madonna of the Swallow)
  8. 8. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna della Rondine (The Madonna of the Swallow) From Franciscan church in Matelica The National Gallery London
  9. 9. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna della Rondine (The Madonna of the Swallow) From Franciscan church in Matelica The National Gallery London
  10. 10. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna della Rondine (The Madonna of the Swallow) From Franciscan church in Matelica The National Gallery London
  11. 11. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna della Rondine (The Madonna of the Swallow) The National Gallery London
  12. 12. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna della Rondine (The Madonna of the Swallow) detail
  13. 13. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna and Child 1480 The Metropolitan Museum of Art NY
  14. 14. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna and Child 1480 The Metropolitan Museum of Art NY
  15. 15. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna and Child 1480 The Metropolitan Museum of Art NY
  16. 16. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna col Bambino (La Madonna Lochis) Accademia Carrara Museum, Bergamo
  17. 17. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna col Bambino (La Madonna Lochis) Accademia Carrara Museum, Bergamo On the sill a cucumber, symbol of the Resurrection, a carnation and a cherry, symbols of the Christ's Passion
  18. 18. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) Madonna col Bambino (La Madonna Lochis) Accademia Carrara, Bergamo
  19. 19. CarloCrivelli(Italian,c.1435-c.1495) MontefioreMadonnaandChild;StFrancisofAssisi1471-72 MuséesRoyauxdesBeaux-Arts,Brussels
  20. 20. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) San Domenico in Camerino Polyptych, 1482 Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
  21. 21. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) San Domenico in Camerino Polyptych Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
  22. 22. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) San Domenico in Camerino Polyptych (detail)
  23. 23. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) San Domenico in Camerino Polyptych (detail)
  24. 24. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) San Domenico in Camerino Polyptych (detail)
  25. 25. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) The Virgin and Child with Saints Francis and Sebastian The National Gallery London
  26. 26. Carlo Crivelli - The Virgin and Child with Saints Francis and Sebastian The National Gallery London
  27. 27. Carlo Crivelli (Italian, c.1435 - c. 1495) The Virgin and Child with Saints Francis and Sebastian The National Gallery London
  28. 28. Sound: Corelli - Christmas Concerto; Op.68 - IV. Vivace ; V.Pastorale Text and pictures: Internet All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda http://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2019
  29. 29. Carlo Crivelli (Venice c. 1430 – Ascoli Piceno 1495) was an Italian Renaissance painter of conservative Late Gothic decorative sensibility, who spent his early years in the Veneto, where he absorbed influences from the Vivarini, Squarcione and Mantegna. Crivelli was born around 1430–35 in Venice to a family of painters and received his artistic formation there and in Padua. He was master of his own shop when sent to prison for adultery in 1457. He left the Veneto by 1458 and spent most of the remainder of his career in the March of Ancona, where he developed a distinctive personal style that contrasts with that of his Venetian contemporary Giovanni Bellini. His works can be identified by his characteristic use of fruits and flowers as decorative motifs, often depicted in pendant festoons, which are also a hallmark of the Paduan studio of Francesco Squarcione, where Crivelli may have worked. Commissioned by the Franciscans and Dominicans of Ascoli, Crivelli's work is exclusively religious in nature. His paintings consist largely of Madonna and Child images, Pietà, and the altarpieces known as polyptychs that were increasingly unfashionable. His work fell out of favor following his death and Vasari's Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, which is notably Florentine in its outlook, does not mention him. He had something of a revival, especially in the UK, during the time of the pre-Raphaelite painters, several of whom, including Edward Burne-Jones, admired his work

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