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Here are all the paintings of GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
20312 Adam and Eve Expelled from Paradise (mk05) GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Adam and Eve Expelled from Paradise (mk05) Copper 20 x 15''(51 x 38 cm)Collection of Louis XVI acquired in 1777
91028 Christ Taken Prisoner GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Christ Taken Prisoner 1597(1597) Medium oil on walnut Dimensions Height: 89 cm (35 in). Width: 62 cm (24.4 in). cyf
82990 David with the Head of Goliath GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino David with the Head of Goliath Date 1598 cyf
83202 David with the Head of Goliath GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino David with the Head of Goliath oil on canvas by Giuseppe Cesari called Cavalier D'Arpino, 1598 Date 1598(1598) cyf
62379 Diana and Actaeon GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Diana and Actaeon 1603-06 Oil on copper Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest Author: CESARI, Giuseppe Title: Diana and Actaeon (detail) , 1601-1650 , Italian Form: painting , mythological
62380 Diana and Actaeon GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Diana and Actaeon 1603-06 Oil on copper Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest Author: CESARI, Giuseppe Title: Diana and Actaeon (detail) , 1601-1650 , Italian Form: painting , mythological
71486 Diana and Actaeon GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Diana and Actaeon 1603-1606 Oil on copper 50 x 69 cm
71546 Diana and Actaeon GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Diana and Actaeon 1603-1606 Oil on copper 50 x 69 cm
62382 Judith with the Head of Holofernes GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Judith with the Head of Holofernes 61,3 x 48 cm Berkeley Art Museum, University of California Cavaliere d'Arpino's (Giulio Cesari's) Judith with the Head of Holofernes symbolically alludes to the violent decapitation of the Assyrian general without showing the gruesome moment that both Caravaggio and Artemisia Gentileschi chose to depict. Instead a beautiful, almost demure, Judith raises Holofernes' head by his locks as her maidservant Abra looks on in puzzled reverence. Cavaliere d'Arpino's Judith is the embodiment of female virtue and moral perfection, an ideal heroine who has redeemed her people. Yet, at the same time, she seems capable of exercising her seductive powers directly upon the viewer, as if the beholder were Holofernes. She is in possession of two dangerous weapons, her sword and her sexual allure. In 1602-03 Cavaliere d'Arpino had frescoed a series of Old Testament heroines in the Villa Aldobrandini at Frascati. There he depicted Judith as a full-length figure striding across the plain in front of the enemy encampment while Abra follows behind stuffing Holofernes' head into a sack. Topologically the figures are very similar, but in the easel painting Cavaliere d'Arpino condensed the composition so that the picture essentially becomes an idealised 'portrait' of Judith. In this sense it is very close to his Diana (Pinacoteca Capitolina, Rome), in which the huntress is also reduced to a half-length idealised figure. In both these 'portraits' there is an emphasis on the decorative effects of colour and design. The brilliant reds, blues and whites of Judith's costume serve as a foil for the carefully delineated jewels and golden sword hilt. Baglione emphasised that Cavaliere d'Arpino was capable of working in two different styles, one of which was far more superficial than the other. It is likely that the more
96136 Madonna and Child with Sts GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Madonna and Child with Sts between 1608(1608) and 1609(1609) Medium oil on canvas cyf
98155 Perseus Rescuing Andromeda GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino Perseus Rescuing Andromeda circa 1593-1594 Medium oil on lapis lazuli Dimensions 7 7/8 x 6 1/16 in. cyf
43843 St Clare with the Scene of the Siege of Assisi GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino St Clare with the Scene of the Siege of Assisi Oil on panel, 37 x 45 cm
98443 St Francis Consoled by an Angel GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino St Francis Consoled by an Angel circa 1593(1593) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Height: 270 cm (106.3 in). Width: 198 cm (78 in).
43837 The Betrayal of Christ GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino The Betrayal of Christ Oil on copper, 77 x 56 cm
43841 The Mocking of Christ GIuseppe Cesari Called Cavaliere arpino The Mocking of Christ c. 1598 Oil on canvas, 128 x 100 cm

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