CARLO CARLONE
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CARLO CARLONE

OIL SKETCHES FROM THE ROCOCO
09. Carlo Carlone, Triumph des Heiligsten Altarsakraments, Öl und Tempera auf Vergé, Dauerleihgabe Dr. med. Joseph und Maria Matzker, Foto © Rheinisches Bildarchiv
May 5, 2020 - September 6, 2020
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum
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Carlone was one of the busiest painters of his time; he worked in Austria, Germany, Italy, producing mainly wall and ceiling paintings, as well as large oil paintings for churches and palaces. With his dynamic compositions, the Lombrady artist Carlo Innocenzo Carlone (1686 – 1775) is considered a pioneer of the Rococo.

The Wallraf recently acquired six of his works on permanent loan from the collection of Joseph and Maria Matzker. As you can see from the exhibition ‘Carlo Carlone – Oil sketches from the Rococo period’, they are a delightful addition to the Wallraf’s collection.

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