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Tag Archives: Northern Baroque
This still life is probably one of the only signed paintings by Flemish flower painter Maria-Theresia Thielen. It is truly a jewel of the collection! Maria-Theresia Thielen was one of three daughters of flower painter Jan Philips van Theilen. Her … Continue reading
Alas, the Milwaukee Art Museum does not own a Caravaggio painting. Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Italian, 1571-1610) was a revolutionary painter who combined theatrical compositions and lighting with realistic depictions of humans to make some of the most dramatic and memorable … Continue reading
Satellite students have been tagging, talking, and sketching in the past two weeks at the Museum. Traveling through Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and France (virtually, of course), we’ve looked at figural paintings, portraits, and still lifes, and have even done … Continue reading