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Giacomo Cavedone

Paitings

 Painting - The Adoration Of The Shepherds by Giacomo Cavedone

The Adoration Of The Shepherds

Ascension of Christ

Drawings

 Drawing - The Head Of An Old Man Probably Saint Joseph by Giacomo Cavedone

The Head Of An Old Man Probably Saint Joseph

Battle scene, fragment

Sitting Saint, Bishop

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Featured Art - Ascension of Christ by Giacomo Cavedone

Ascension of Christ

Giacomo Cavedone

Giacomo Cavedone (also called Giacomo Cavedoni) (1577–1660) was an Italian Baroque painter of the Bolognese School. He belonged to the generation of Carracci-inspired or trained painters that included Giovanni Andrea Donducci (Mastelletta); Alessandro Tiarini, Lucio Massari, Leonello Spada and Lorenzo Garbieri. He was born in Sassuolo, near Modena, and was able to obtain a three-year stipend to apprentice with Bernadino Baldi and Annibale Carracci. In the autumn of 1609, he sojourned in Rome for a year to work under Guido Reni, and is known to have worked in Venice from 1612-1613. He became one of Ludovico Carracci's primary assistants, and upon Ludovico's death in 1619 became Caposindaco of the Accademia degli Incamminati.

His career as a painter was cut short by a set of misfortunes; these included a 1623 fall from a church scaffold and, in 1630, the death of his wife and children from the plague. The 1911 Britannica (where he is incorrectly called Jacopo Cavendone) claims his wife was accused of witchcraft. He lived until 1660, and died in poverty.

His principal works are the Adoration of the Magi, the Four Doctors, Last Supper; and his masterpiece, the large altar painting in the Pinacoteca di Bologna, Virgin and Child in Glory with San Petronio and Saint Alo (1614). His paintings have a traditional Ludovico Carracci-inspired structure, with a Madonna and her wafting robes hovering above donors, with an unusually rich Titianesque coloring for an Emilian painter. Among his pupils were Giovanni Andrea Sirani, Giovanni Battista Cavagna (also called Giovanni Battista Cavazza), Ottavio Corradi, and Flaminio Torre.

Partial anthology

Saint Stephen in Glory, (1601, Galleria Estense, Modena)
Deposition, (Santuario di Caravaggio)
Death of Saint Peter Martyr, (Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna)
Baptism of Christ, (1611–12, San Pietro Martire, Modena)
Sant'Alo Altarpiece, (1614, Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna)
Discovery of Miraculous Crucifix of Beirut, (1622, San Salvatore, Bologna)
Adoration of the Shepherds, (San Paolo Maggiore, Bologna)
Adoration of the Kings, (San Paolo Maggiore, Bologna)
Seated Warrior Holding a Sword and Shield, (drawing, c. 1612, National Gallery of Art)
Sketch for The Last Supper; verso: The Conversion of St. Paul, Fogg Art Museum)
The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes (drawing, 1611–1614, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge)
Judith of Holofernes & Complaint of Job [1]

References

Chisholm 1911.
"Madonna col Bambino in gloria e i Santi Alò e Petronio", La Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna

Hobbes, James R. (1849). Picture collector's manual adapted to the professional man, and the amateur. T&W Boone, 29 Bond Street; Digitized by Googlebooks. p. 48.

Attribution

Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Cavedone, Jacopo". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.

Sources
The Art of Corregio and the Carracci. Monograph (1986-7)
Wittkower, Rudolf (1993). Pelican History of Art, ed. Art and Architecture Italy, 1600-1750. 1980. Penguin Books. pp. 92–94.

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