Caravaggio always did a series of practice drawings before he embarked on a painting.
Everyday street people
Caravaggio related most with:
Caravaggio was primarily active this city:
Caravaggio’s temperament can best be described as passionate, volatile and unpredictable.
His use of dramatic lights and darks to create a stage like appearance, His use of everyday people as models
Caravaggio’s paintings were revolutionary because: (Please choose all that apply, there is more than one answer)
Caravaggio often depicted himself in his work as the sinner rather than the saint.
Who noticed Caravaggio’s talent and helped make him famous?
In one of the rougher taverns in town
In his spare time, Caravaggio could be found in:
Caravaggio painted his subjects as perfect and God- like; without flaw.
A drowned prostitute from the morgue
Who did Caravaggio use as a model for the Virgin Mary?