Cummer Amelia An Afternoon of Art: Caravaggio and the Drama of Baroque Art
March 28, 2019
2 to 4 P.M.
Free | Registration requested
Fernandina Beach Branch Library
Although he died in 1610, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, the bad boy of Baroque art, cast a long shadow over most of the 17th century. Numerous artists were influenced by him while others rejected his dramatic and realistic approach. Selections from the Museum’s impressive Baroque collection, including an early work by Peter Paul Rubens, will be discussed in the context of Caravaggio’s contributions and challenges to artistic norms. For further information, please contact Brittany Nazario at email@example.com or 904.899.6007.