Foods and the Body in Italian Genre Paintings, about 1580: Campi, Passarotti, Carracci

McTighe, Sheila
June 2004
Art Bulletin;Jun2004, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p301
Academic Journal
Provides information on the Italian genre paintings of Vincenzo Campi, Bartolomeo Passarotti and Annibale Carracci. Elements of Campi's paintings; Significance of the similarity and difference between foods and bodies in the paintings of Passarotti and Campi; Relation between the Italian scenes and the market scenes in Antwerp, Germany.


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