By John K. Howat
The wonderful catalog of the exhibition prepared by means of the Metropolitan Museum. The well-written essays, through Met curators, chart the 19th-century upward thrust and fall of the 1st local university of panorama portray. The catalog contains many of the recognized and plenty of lesser-known Hudson River photos, mentioned intensive for either experts and generalists. The publication is well-organized and well-indexed, and, whereas no longer breaking nice new flooring, is very prompt. The plates are in most cases strong.
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That Caravaggio knew that, and principally painted religious subjects in which relational primacy could not by deﬁnition be questioned, is immensely moving. Almost nothing else was available to him, and so he truly was—even more, say, than one of the great social pariahs of our own time, Jean Genet—an outlaw, outside all the relational laws given to him. As the ﬁgures proliferate in Caravaggio’s work, frequently looking at some unidentiﬁable point beyond the painting, Caravaggio’s aloneness becomes all the more visible.
This aristocrat is all armor, without a body. That Wignacourt is wearing armor is in itself unremarkable. It is the squire who transforms ordinariness into a satirical comment on the relation between the armor and the person. His ambiguous look demystiﬁes the subject of power, raises the possibility of considering social class itself as an armory rather than as a human group. That is the connivance between him and us (a connivance the painter has also allowed the squire to have with him). There is a knowledge between us that makes it perhaps superﬂuous to look at the one who has posed as the center of the painting.
In painting, matter is pulverized in order to become a signifying material. In his relation to his subjects, Caravaggio performs an analogous act of reidentiﬁcation. We might also say that his models are ground into meaning, a meaning produced in part by their own participation in the destructive process. The model’s reactive physicality always risks pulverizing the role he or she has been told to assume. One of the richest examples of this complex and productive antagonism between the painter, his materials, his subject, his model, and his viewer is the Capitoline version of St.
American Paradise : The World of the Hudson River School by John K. Howat