Since first days at university, lectures advice you to choose artistic references to lead you, to bring your way to a destination. It was not until the freshman year I discovered them, to those who died poor, exiled or repudiated, but left us with a legacy that nowadays it becomes essential to our humanity.
The first is to announce Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Milan, September 29, 1571 Porto Ercole, July 18, 1610), it is considered the first great exponent of Baroque painting.
He managed to absorb the blow of light to an object, and how to draw the most important thing is what it represents. He was a grown man of his time, his strong character in his works managed to pierce the boundaries adopted until his time immersed in an inner struggle between light and darkness, innovating and mixing the same scene divine holiness and human misery.
Things Learned From him