Five of Caravaggio’s Best Paintings

The Supper at Emmaus (1601) by Caravaggio. Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London. Source Wikimedia Commons

The Italian artist Caravaggio left an indelible imprint on Western art. In the span of his short life, he changed the course of painting through his vivid style.

In possession of a troubled personality, Caravaggio was quick-tempered and passionate. His personality has survived the centuries…

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Christopher P Jones

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Art writer, critic, novelist, artist. See my links at https://linktr.ee/cpjones

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