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Arpino Giuseppe Cesari

 

 

Arpino Giuseppe Cesari (called 'Chevalier d'Arpio')

(1568-1640).

One of the last and most conservative of Italian Mannerist painters. He designed the mosaics for the dome of St Peter's, Rome, and painted the frescoes in S. Martino, Naples (1589-91), and a series of large histories in the Conservatori Palace, Rome (15911636). Caravaggio was his pupil.

 


The Passion of Christ

 

 


Diana and Actaeon

 


The Annunciation

 


The Annunciation

 


Adam and Eve Expelled from Paradise

 


La Sagrada Familia con San Juan

 


Judith with the Head of Holofernes

 


Perseus Rescuing Andromeda

 


Perseus and Andromeda

 


Romulus suckled by the she-wolf, from the Sala dei Horatii e Curacii

 


Rest on the Flight into Egypt

 


The Betrayal of Christ

 


Martyrdom of Saint Margaret

 


St Clare with the Scene of the Siege of Assisi

 


Labor

 


Studies of two female nudes

 


Allegorical Figure

 

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