Vincenzo Campi

c. 1530-1591 Italy-Mannerism

 

Brief Biography-Vincenzo Campi was from a family of painters consisting of his father Galeazzo and brothers Giulio and Antonio. They were from Cremona, Northern Italy where they mostly worked. Vincenzo was tutored by Giulio and was chiefly influenced by the works of Pieter Aertsen and Joachim Beuckelaer. The style of the Campi family is Mannerism while Vincenzo’s work is considered to be more Realism. Vincenzo Campi, Annibale Carracci and Bartolomeo Passarotti are noted as the forerunners of genre painting in northern Italy.

 

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chicken vendors

chicken vendors by Vincenzo Campi

christ being nailed
to the cross

christ being nailed to the cross

christ in the house
of mary and martha

christ in the house of mary and martha


fishmongers

fishmongers


fruit seller

fruit seller


kitchen

kitchen

lamentation over
the dead christ

lamentation over the dead christ


still life

still life


the crucifixion

the crucifixion

the
ricotta eaters

the ricotta eaters