Arts Art History Artists C Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da
(1571-1610) Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Italian painter.

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Art Renewal Center - Caravaggio
Provides images of the Italian artist's work.
Artble: Caravaggio
Covers the Milanese artist's biography, style, technique, followers and critical reception. Images of his artworks are also available.
Artchive - Caravaggio
Biography and 15 examples of his art.
The Athenaeum - Caravaggio
Provides 68 artworks done by the Italian artist born in Milan.
Biblical art by Caravaggio
Gallery focused on artist's work related to the bible scriptures.
A comprehensive collection of the artist's works, with historical comments on each piece of work.
Caravaggio - Image Gallery
An Online Gallery Featuring many Hi Res images of the artist
Caravaggio - The Night Prince
Compendium of separate subdivisions articles towards the Milanese artist together with images of his works at the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation.
Caravaggio and the camera obscura
Article covering the link between the artist and camera obscura technology.
The Grave of Caravaggio
Location and pictures of his grave.
Humanities Web: Caravaggio
Features a biography as well as a list of his selected works and chronological events.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Caravaggio's biography including a slideshow containing his known masterpieces. Each artwork featured has background information.
The National Gallery
Comprehensive Caravaggio's biography together with proper analysis on three masterpieces such as 'Boy bitten by a Lizard' and 'The Supper at Emmaus'.
Olga's Gallery: Caravaggio
Collection of artist's works with a biography and historical comments.
WebMuseum: Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da
Provides a brief biography, images and commentary on this Italian artist's work.
Wikipedia: Caravaggio (c. 1572-1610)
Encyclopedia article providing an extensive biography including his influence to the birth of baroque.
The mystery of Caravaggio's death solved at last
Article showing how dramatic Caravaggio's short life was, researchers say he may have quite literally died for his art. (June 16, 2010)

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