Baroque art is raw and dramatic which allows for the viewer to be drawn into the emotional and at times psychological response for which these pieces of art demand. There is an intense use of color that not only captures an action, emotion, or event then likewise brings these sensations forth for vivid appreciation. One of the most famous artists of this time period is known as Caravaggio, and his art encompasses all that is Baroque, as it strives to let the viewer participate in the proceedings he painted. There is an intense contrast between light and bright colors on dark and shadowy backgrounds that seem to create a more drastic mood. This seventeenth century art style differs from the classical and lonely representations of the past, by focusing on dramatic, grander, and at times fully moving illustrations. Artist such as Caravaggio allowed for the next generation of artist to be influenced by this style of drastic art. For example Trophime Bigot, who is nick named the "Master of candlelight" is able to transform the style of light and dark and accomplish even more with this effect. These artist and style created a way of challenging the viewer to partake in the emotions of the art piece. The sheer drama of the Baroque style is drawing and allusive as it garners that a feeling or an emotion can be as forcefully captured or portrayed. There is an awing respect to these artists talented enough to create a reaction from their art. Reactionary art is most indicative of the theatrical and passionate period that defines Baroque.