HOW CARDINAL MARIA DEL MONTE LAUNCHED CARAVAGGIO CAREER Name of Student Curse Code Presented to Name of Institution City Submission date Outline Introduction Background How Cardinal Maria Del Monte Launched Caravaggio Career Conclusion How Cardinal Maria Del Monte Launched Caravaggio Career Introduction People have different ways of expressing their opinions regarding the events around them. They use various media channels and means of communication to ensure the public understands how they perceive the society. The development and innovations in both the mainstream and social media is majorly influenced by the need for people to pass their messages faster and more efficient to the public. Artists have a unique way of expressing their ideas through their works. Writers poets musicians sculptors and actors have unique ways of ensuring simple but important messages are communicated to the intended audiences through the best ways available to them. Some people are not artists and that is why the commission rejected and requested re-painting of most of them. This act prompted attracted curiosity from different individuals and today some people wish to know the issues that made some of these portraits to be rejected. This way the Cardinal made Caravaggio’s portraits famous and this explains why the London National Gallery continues to receive visitors wishing to see and learn more about Caravaggio’s portraits. Bibliography Giessen J. Martin. "Caravaggio the Knight of Malta: Trading Art for a Manslaughter Charge." International Journal of Arts & Sciences 7 no. 4 (2014): 135. Gilbert Creighton. Caravaggio and His Two Cardinals. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania State University Press 1995. Hunt John M. "Carriages Violence and Masculinity in Early Modern Rome."I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance 17 no. 1 (2014): 175-196. Pritchard Shannon N. "A Print Source For Caravaggio's" Judith Beheading Holofernes". Source: Notes in the History of Art 34 no. 4 (2015): 23-30. [...]
To do this assignment you must of read the book "Caravaggio and his Two Cardinals" by Creighton Gilbert. This is where you will find all the real information and everything must be cited and it has to be Chicago format with footnotes.