Tag Archives: Caravaggio

If it’s not Baroque, don’t fix it

Today, went to St John’s co-cathedral in Valletta. Downloading and then uploading images from my iPad defeats me. But images are available here.  It is an unrestrained example of a Baroque Catholic cathedral. When I say “unrestrained”, I mean they did not know when to stop. I would say it was positively Hindu or Chinese […]

An ‘unvalued person’: guest post by Adrien

[SL: Adrien, as you all know, is a regular commenter on this blog and over at Catallaxy. A while ago, he offered us a series of occasional guest posts on matters artistic, to which we heartily agreed as Adrien has forgotten more about fine art than most of us have ever known. In light of […]