Jeremy Caniglia Uncovers the Mystery Behind Rembrandt’s “Lucretia” and how he took the composition from Caravaggio.

Caniglia an art historian, professor and professional museum artist traveled to Rome, Sicily, Amsterdam and the Minneapolis Institute of Art on several occasions for his research. His newly published article took over 3 years to develop with in-depth analysis on Caravaggio’s influence on Rembrandt’s work. Few understand how Rembrandt copied Caravaggio’s work through mimesis and…

Caniglia – Creating a Palette-able Planet

Jeremy Caniglia’s latest article is now available to read from Solutions journal / magazine. Solutions is the leading academic journal devoted to showcasing bold and innovative ideas for solving the world’s integrated ecological, social, and economic problems. The publication features the world’s top scientist, activist, and artist who are developing and discussing seriously creative ideas…

Jeremy Caniglia Selected for NYC Exhibition

My drawing “Silent Spring” was selected for the Salmagundi SCNY, 2020 Annual Member Exhibition. The “Annual Exhibition” showcases the very best and finest works of art in realism today. The variety of media include – oil, watercolor, pastel, charcoal, graphics, sculpture, and photography. This museum exhibition includes both nationally-recognized award winners as well as emerging…

ON THE ROAD

The past 6 months have been filled with enormous challenges from the pandemic health crisis to civil unrest in the United States which is grappling with a long legacy of racism and injustice. I decided to hit the open road the last 3 weeks and travel across American through Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Nevada, Idaho, Oregon…

Caniglia – The Movie

I have some very special news to announce this week. I found out on Sunday that the short documentary film “CANIGLIA” made the official selection into this year’s OMAHA FILM FESTIVAL. The film is directed by award-winning director David M. Weiss and features an in-depth look at my work, techniques, poetics, and creative process. The…