Annibale Carracci

Italian, 1560-1609
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Annibale Carracci : The Coronation of the Virgin
oil on canvas, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Annibale Carracci : Holy Women at the Tomb of Christ, detail
oil on canvas, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg
Annibale Carracci : Domine Quo Vadis
1601-02, The National Gallery at London
Annibale Carracci : The Flight into Egypt
1603, Doria Pamphili Gallery, Rome
Annibale Carracci : The Dead Christ Mourned,
approx. 1603, National Gallery, London
Annibale Carracci : Self-Portrait in Profile
1590-1600, oil on canvas, Uffizi
Annibale Carracci : Venus with Satyr and Cupids
1588, oil on paper, Uffizi
Annibale Carracci : Venus, Adonis, and Cupid
1590, oil on canvas, Prado
Annibale Carracci : A Man with a Monkey
1590-91, oil on canvas, Uffizi
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Annibale Carracci (November 3, 1560 - July 15, 1609) was an Italian Baroque painter.

Annibale Carracci was born in Bologna, and in all likelihood was first apprenticed within his family. In 1582, Annibale, his brother Agostino and his cousin Ludovico Carracci opened a painters' studio, initially called by some the Academy of the Desiderosi (desirous of fame and learning) and subsequently the Incamminati (progressives; literally "of those opening a new way"). While the Carraccis laid emphasis on the typically Florentine linear draftsmanship, as exemplified by Raphael and Andrea del Sarto, their interest in the glimmering colours and mistier edges of objects derived from the Venetian painters, notably the works of Venetian oil painter Titian, which Annibale and Agostino studied during their travels around Italy in 1580-81 at the behest of the elder Caracci Lodovico. This eclecticism was to become the defining trait of the artists of the Baroque Emilian or Bolognese School.

In many early Bolognese works by the Carraccis, it is difficult to distinguish the individual contributions made by each. For example, the frescoes on the story of Jason for Palazzo Fava in Bologna (c. 1583-84) are signed Carracci, which suggests that they all contributed. In 1585, Annibale completed an altarpiece of the Baptism of Christ for the church of San Gregorio in Bologna. In 1587, he painted the Assumption for the church of San Rocco in Reggio Emilia.

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