CINDY SHERMAN'S REWORKING OF RAPHAEL'S "FORNARINA" AND CARAVAGGIO'S "BACCHUS"

@article{WoodsMarsden2009CINDYSR,
  title={CINDY SHERMAN'S REWORKING OF RAPHAEL'S "FORNARINA" AND CARAVAGGIO'S "BACCHUS"},
  author={Joanna Woods-Marsden},
  journal={Source: Notes in the History of Art},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={29 - 39}
}
takable: Untitled #205, a female nude after Raphael, and Untitled #224, a male self-por trait after Caravaggio (Figs. 1 and 2).1 The attribution to Raphael of the so-called Fornarina (c. 1518-1519; Palazzo Barberini, Rome) has at times been questioned; in my view, the face was reworked by Giulio Ro mano, Raphael's leading pupil (Fig. 3).2 This painting of a courtesan may well be an image of a type rather than a portrait of a specific individual—that is, an early example of the genre of alluring… 
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