National Gallery of Art - EXHIBITIONS

Caravaggio's The Taking of Christ

Brochure Images

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Captions

1.   Caravaggio (Michelangelo da Merisi, 1571-1610), The Taking of Christ, 1602, Society of Jesus of Ireland, on loan to the National Gallery of Ireland, inv. no. 14,072
2.   Georges de La Tour (French, 1593-1652), The Repentant Magdalene, c. 1635, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, 1974.52.1
3.   Jusepe de Ribera (Spanish, 1591-1652), The Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew, 1634, Gift of the 50th Anniversary Gift Committee, 1990.137.1
4.   Tanzio da Varallo (Piedmontese, c. 1575-c. 1635), Saint Sebastian, c. 1620/1630, Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1939.1.191
5.   Simon Vouet (French, 1590-1649), Saint Jerome and the Angel, c. 1625, Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1961.9.52
6.   Lodovico Carracci (Bolognese, 1555-1619), The Dream of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, c. 1593, Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1952.5.59
7.   Orazio Gentileschi and Giovanni Lanfranco (Florentine, 1563-1639; Italian, 1582–1647), Saint Cecilia and an Angel, c. 1617/1618 and c. 1621/1627 Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1961.9.73
8.   Orazio Gentileschi (Florentine, 1563-1639), The Lute Player, c. 1612/1620, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, 1962.8.1
9.   Valentin de Boulogne (French, c. 1591-1634), Soldiers Playing Cards and Dice (The Cheats), c. 1620/1622, Patrons’ Permanent Fund, 1998.104.1

Brochure Images | Exhibition Information
Lost and Found | The Taking of Christ | Caravaggio and His Followers
The Counter-Reformation | The Penitent Sinner | Scenes of Martyrdom
Dreams and Visions | Secular Subjects and Sinners