Caravaggio’s Biography Caravaggio was known for painting in a dark manner. He was said to be an “evil genius” and an “anti-Christ of painting.”He lived an unorthodox life, having to flee Rome for murder. He painted “The Calling of St. Matthew”, “Supper at Emmaus”, and “The Conversion of St. Paul”, as well as many others
Timeline 1571-Born 1601-2-painted The Sacrifice of Isaac 1601-2 painted Supper at Emmaus 1603-4 painted St. John the Baptist 1606-painted The Death of the Virgin 1610-Died
Supper at Emmaus The Sacrifice of Issac St. John the Baptist Works
Bernini’s Biography Bernini was an architect, painter, playwright, composer, and theater designer. He sculpted another version of “David”. He also painted “The Ecstasy of St. Theresa”. By the time he died, he had left his mark on Rome.
Timeline 1598-Born 1623-sculpted David 1627-painted St. Andrew and St. Thomas 1635-sculpted Bust of Costanza Bonarelli 1645-painted The Ecstasy of St. Theresa
Works St. Andrew & St. Thomas Portrait of a Boy David with the Head of Goliath
Caravaggio is a good example of the Baroque style because he wasn’t afraid to show his dark side. Bernini is a good example of the Baroque style because he was skilled in multiple areas of art.