Course Description

In 1601, Michelangelo Merisi, known as Caravaggio, was at the height of his fame throughout Italy. Coming 50 years after the Renaissance, Caravaggio changed the course and vision of painting for all time. Each painting either created a scandal or was immediately hailed as a masterpiece — often simultaneously. He was known to be violent, arrogant and even a murderer. Although he traveled in the circles of power and wealth, he is known as the painter of the poor. His work still stands today as the embodiment of empathy.

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