Scarf Maria Magdalena, 1480 by Carlo Crivelli, Rijksmuseum A’dam
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Carlo Crivelli (1430 – 1495) was an Italian Renaissance painter of conservative Late Gothic decorative sensibility, who spent his early years in the Veneto, where he absorbed influences from the Vivarini Squarcione, Mantegna. He left the Veneto by 1458 and spent most of the remainder of his career in the March of Ancona, where he developed a distinctive personal style that contrasts with that of his Venetian contemporary Giovanny Bellini.
Mary Magdalene, Carlo Crivelli,
tempera on panel.
With Carlo Crivelli, the so-called ‘International Gothic’ style experienced its final flowering in Italy. This perfect preserved panel was painted towards the end of his career. It served as the altarpiece of a provincial church dedicated to Mary Magdsslene in the sparsely populated rural area if ythe Marches where Crivelli lived.