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He might have painted some works there, but none survive. Bitti was identified as the best one available; [5] his Jesuit background would make him the ideal painter of altarpieces. Bitti also made a retable in St. There he painted Immaculate Conception and constructed a high altar , both for the Jesuit church of Cusco. Bitti collaborated with other artists, [3] including his fellow Jesuit Pedro de Vargas, in art projects all over the Peru. These collaborations included the sculptural support for many retablos.

Especially numerous are his works on the theme of the Immaculate Conception , [3] including a noteworthy one in Cusco.

There is experimentation with the colors, which change in shadows and folds of drapery. The painting, however, differs from typical Mannerism in one important regard.

It is markedly symmetrical and focused. As such, it emphasizes the Trinity in accordance with the didactic mission of the Jesuits and in the spirit of the Counter-Reformation. This was to avoid potential confusion that could arise in the eyes of natives when looking at paintings that portray the Trinity as a three-faced man or three near-identical men.

The dramatic light it features is typical of the works of Bitti and something that he probably adopted from his time in Spain. Mary, with sharp features, is set against a background that does not reveal a setting. The painting relies on visual exaggeration reminiscent of the work of Italian Mannerists like Bronzino and Parmigianino , but without any eroticism.

Although Bitti never stayed in one place long enough to establish a workshop or train apprentices, [1] his work influenced many painters of the Andes , [2] especially in Cusco and the Audiencia of Charcas in Bolivia.

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BERNARDO BITTI PDF

He might have painted some works there, but none survive. Bitti was identified as the best one available; [5] his Jesuit background would make him the ideal painter of altarpieces. Bitti also made a retable in St. There he painted Immaculate Conception and constructed a high altar , both for the Jesuit church of Cusco. Bitti collaborated with other artists, [3] including his fellow Jesuit Pedro de Vargas, in art projects all over the Peru.

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