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Color Palette: Caravaggio

Color Palette: Caravaggio

By: Danielle Clockel

Of all the old masters and Baroque artists, no one does dramatic lighting quite like Caravaggio. His painting “The Calling of Saint Matthew” from 1599 is a prime example of his mastery of light, gradient, and color. Inspired to bring some of this powerful palette into your home? Here’s the color lowdown:

Top to bottom:
Farrow and Ball Pitch Black. A dark, dramatic shadow shade.
Benjamin Moore Century Yarrow. Warm, golden light.
Sherwin Williams Privilege Green.  Almost a neutral, but still has character.
Benjamin Moore Century Raw Umber. Earthy, rich, sophisticated.
Farrow and Ball Pale Hound. Subtle and soft like fading sunlight.
Farrow and Ball Picture Gallery Red. A hearty member of a color family that always packs a punch.