CaravaggioMilan 1571 - Porto Ercole 1610
See how Caravaggio's iconic painting makes art's basic paradigm crystal clear
Don't let the belief that Caravaggio was a Realist lead you to think each of his faces has a different identity.
Caravaggio executes his painting with a sword just as he executed a man
"Mistakes" in representing reality are cues to the scene's underlying meaning
See how Caravaggio conveyed ideas about art in a simple image which Artemisia Gentilleschi then transformed into her own self-portrait
Learn how additions to a painting's narrative often provide access to the composition's underlying meaning
Learn how a common pose in art carries specific meaning, regardless of subject matter
EPPH Blog Posts on Caravaggio
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