Noli me Tangere

Citation
Noli me Tangere

Material Information

Title:
Noli me Tangere
Creator:
Correggio, 1489?-1534 ( Artist : painter )
Spain, Madrid, Prado. ID=SMP
Publication Date:
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Madrid, Spain
Italy
Style: Italian Mannerist
School: Mannerist
Movement: Mannerism
Italian
Painting;
Genre:
Painting
picture ( marcgt )
Painting

Notes

Summary:
Untempted by Rome, Florence or Venice, Correggio, working in the North Italian city of Parma, maintained his originality throughout the High Renaissance and became one of the most important influences on seventeenth-century Baroque painting. However, he was receptive to the art particularly of Raphael and Leonardo: his sense of ideal beauty and the structure of his compositions owe much to Raphael, while his handling of textures and light presupposes Leonardo. In this work he uses a pyramidal composition of classic High Renaissance kind and a diagonal movement anticipating the Baroque. The beautiful landscape evokes the light of dawn, the time when Mary Magdalene met Christ by the tomb.
General Note:
Inventory: 111

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
A01-LIF1851 ( USFLDC DOI )
a1.lif1851 ( USFLDC Handle )

Postcard Information

Format:
Photograph

Full Text
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Correggio, 1489?-1534.
e Artist : painter
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Noli me Tangere.
260
c Ca. 1525.
340
b 130 x 103 cm.
Oil on canvas.
500
Inventory: 111
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Untempted by Rome, Florence or Venice, Correggio, working in the North Italian city of Parma, maintained his originality throughout the High Renaissance and became one of the most important influences on seventeenth-century Baroque painting. However, he was receptive to the art particularly of Raphael and Leonardo: his sense of ideal beauty and the structure of his compositions owe much to Raphael, while his handling of textures and light presupposes Leonardo. In this work he uses a pyramidal composition of classic High Renaissance kind and a diagonal movement anticipating the Baroque. The beautiful landscape evokes the light of dawn, the time when Mary Magdalene met Christ by the tomb.
4 651
Madrid, Spain.
Italy.
653
Style: Italian Mannerist.
School: Mannerist.
Movement: Mannerism.
Italian.
Painting;
655
Painting
2 710
Spain, Madrid, Prado. ID=SMP
773
t Art and Art History Collection (Saskia)


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