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Caravaggio: 400th Anniversary Exhibition

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This year will mark the 400th death-anniversary of Caravaggio, a highly acclaimed but controversial baroque master most intricately linked to the city of Rome.

caravaggio pic Caravaggio: 400th Anniversary Exhibition

A Caravaggio painting (French Church by Pantheon)

The exhibition takes place at the Scuderie del Quirinale in the centre of historic Rome, and runs from next Saturday until 13 June.

Read more here: Sharing in “the pure Caravaggio” (The Boston Globe)

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