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Cambiaso Collection

"Cambiaso: A Master of Artistic Triumphs and Timeless Beauty" Luca Cambiaso, a renowned Italian artist from the 16th century

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Fighting Figures, 1527-1585. Artist: Luca Cambiaso

Fighting Figures, 1527-1585. Artist: Luca Cambiaso
Fighting Figures, 1527-1585

Background imageCambiaso Collection: The Triumph of Amphitrite, ca. 1550-1580. Creator: Luca Cambiaso

The Triumph of Amphitrite, ca. 1550-1580. Creator: Luca Cambiaso
The Triumph of Amphitrite, ca. 1550-1580

Background imageCambiaso Collection: The Entombment, ca. 1780. Creator: Stefano Mulinari

The Entombment, ca. 1780. Creator: Stefano Mulinari
The Entombment, ca. 1780

Background imageCambiaso Collection: A young girl walks towards the left with one infant on her shoulder and holding anothe

A young girl walks towards the left with one infant on her shoulder and holding another small childs hand, while two children walk at right with a torch and a basket, ca. 1780

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Portrait of Michelangelo Cambiaso (1738-1813)

Portrait of Michelangelo Cambiaso (1738-1813). Found in the Collection of Musei di Strada Nuova, Genoa

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Venus and Adonis, 1565-1569. Artist: Cambiaso, Luca (1527-1585)

Venus and Adonis, 1565-1569. Artist: Cambiaso, Luca (1527-1585)
Venus and Adonis, 1565-1569. Found in the collection of the State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Venus and Adonis, 16th century. Artist: Luca Cambiaso

Venus and Adonis, 16th century. Artist: Luca Cambiaso
Venus and Adonis, 16th century. Found in the collection of the Regional W Wereshchagin Art Museum, Mykolaiv, Ukraine

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Drawings Prints, Print, group, angels, embracing, flight, framed clouds, Reni, Artist

Drawings Prints, Print, group, angels, embracing, flight, framed clouds, Reni, Artist
Drawings and Prints, Print, A group of angels embracing in flight, framed by clouds, after Reni, Artist, Artist, After, Guido Reni, Luca Cambiaso, Anonymous, 17th century, Italian

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Luca Cambiaso, Italian (1527-1585), Charity, pen and brown ink with brown wash

Luca Cambiaso, Italian (1527-1585), Charity, pen and brown ink with brown wash on laid paper

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Master G. G. N. after Luca Cambiaso (Italian, active c. 1560), The Conversion of Saint Paul

Master G. G. N. after Luca Cambiaso (Italian, active c. 1560), The Conversion of Saint Paul
Master G.G.N. after Luca Cambiaso (Italian, active c. 1560), The Conversion of Saint Paul, c. 1560, woodcut on laid paper

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Forces of Muhammed IX, Nasrid Sultan of Granada, at the Battle of Higueruela 1431

Forces of Muhammed IX, Nasrid Sultan of Granada, at the Battle of Higueruela 1431, as depicted in a series of fresco paintings by Fabrizio Castello

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Army of Muhammed IX, (Nasrid Sultan of Granada), at the Battle of Higueruela 1431

Army of Muhammed IX, (Nasrid Sultan of Granada), at the Battle of Higueruela 1431. Shown as part of a series of fresco paintings by Fabrizio Castello, Orazio Cambiaso and Lazzaro Tavarone

Background imageCambiaso Collection: Luca Cambiaso

Luca Cambiaso
LUCA CAMBIASO Italian artist Date: 1527 - 1585


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"Cambiaso: A Master of Artistic Triumphs and Timeless Beauty" Luca Cambiaso, a renowned Italian artist from the 16th century, left an indelible mark on the world of art with his exceptional talent and diverse range of works. From captivating mythological scenes to poignant portraits, Cambiaso's artistic prowess knew no bounds. One of his notable masterpieces is "The Triumph of Amphitrite, " created between 1550-1580. This awe-inspiring painting showcases Cambiaso's ability to bring mythical tales to life through vibrant colors and intricate details. The viewer is transported into a realm where gods and goddesses reign supreme. In "The Entombment, " painted around 1780 by Stefano Mulinari, we witness another example of Cambiaso's influence as an artist. Although not directly created by him, this piece pays homage to his style and technique. Mulinari skillfully captures the emotional intensity surrounding Christ's burial, reminiscent of Cambiaso's own powerful portrayals. It also excelled in capturing everyday life moments like in "A young girl walks towards the left with one infant on her shoulder and holding another. " Through simple yet evocative brushstrokes, he immortalizes tender familial bonds that transcend time. Not only did Cambiaso showcase his skills through paintings but also through portraiture. In "Portrait of Michelangelo Cambiaso, " he depicts a family member with remarkable precision and depth. Each stroke reveals their personality while preserving their likeness for generations to come. Another masterpiece attributed to Luca Cambiaso is "Venus and Adonis. " Painted during different periods in the 16th century, these artworks demonstrate his versatility as an artist. With sensual depictions intertwined with dramatic narratives, they exemplify his ability to captivate viewers' emotions effortlessly. "Fighting Figures" stands as a testament to Cambiaso's mastery of capturing dynamic movement.