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Monday, August 23, 2010

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Redfeather

I've always been in awe of Caravaggio. Your post prompted me to go to Google where I typed "The Complete Works of Caravaggio". Then I clicked Images where a treasure trove of his works appear. I clicked on one and up came upon a You Tube series on the making of The Taking of Christ, his most famous work. Check it out! Fascinating...Caravaggio was the first to go against all conventional artistic wisdom and used a dark brown ground to create the drama seen in much of his sacred works.

Fuquay Steve

I went to an exhibit of his at Trajans Forum this spring and I was astonished. There were more than a few paintings that brought tears to the eye. The painting that is on your banner being one. It answers the spiritual hymn's question "were you there when they crucified my Lord"?

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