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Michelangelo Merisi

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  • This is true for the work of Caravaggio, born Michelangelo Merisi 1573-1610 but known most of life as simply Caravaggio, which is actually the town from which his family originated near Milan.

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  • This is true for the work of Caravaggio, born Michelangelo Merisi 1573-1610 but known most of life as simply Caravaggio, which is actually the town from which his family originated near Milan.

    John M. Eger: Restoration Jobs Available in Florence and Malta

  • This is true for the work of Caravaggio, born Michelangelo Merisi 1573-1610 but known most of life as simply Caravaggio, which is actually the town from which his family originated near Milan.

    John M. Eger: Restoration Jobs Available in Florence and Malta

  • That simple summons and the astonished response to it are dramatized in "The Calling of Matthew," one of a trio of paintings by Michelangelo Merisi, called Caravaggio after his native town.

    A Dramatic Enlightenment

  • This is true for the work of Caravaggio, born Michelangelo Merisi 1573-1610 but known most of life as simply Caravaggio, which is actually the town from which his family originated near Milan.

    John M. Eger: Restoration Jobs Available in Florence and Malta

  • He chose the most adventurous artists of the day: Annibale Caracci, for an "Assumption of the Virgin," over the altar, and Michelangelo Merisi — now known as Caravaggio, after his home town near Milan — for a "Crucifixion of Peter" and a "Conversion of Saul" on the side walls.

    A Transfiguring Moment

  • He chose the most adventurous artists of the day: Annibale Caracci, for an "Assumption of the Virgin," over the altar, and Michelangelo Merisi — now known as Caravaggio, after his home town near Milan — for a "Crucifixion of Peter" and a "Conversion of Saul" on the side walls.

    A Transfiguring Moment

  • He chose the most adventurous artists of the day: Annibale Caracci, for an "Assumption of the Virgin," over the altar, and Michelangelo Merisi — now known as Caravaggio, after his home town near Milan — for a "Crucifixion of Peter" and a "Conversion of Saul" on the side walls.

    A Transfiguring Moment

  • After the work in Rome is done, a team of about 10 will travel around Italy, scanning Caravaggio's works, for the research center set to open this fall in the northern town that gave Michelangelo Merisi his byname, Caravaggio.

    The Art of Replicating Masterpieces

  • He chose the most adventurous artists of the day: Annibale Caracci, for an "Assumption of the Virgin," over the altar, and Michelangelo Merisi — now known as Caravaggio, after his home town near Milan — for a "Crucifixion of Peter" and a "Conversion of Saul" on the side walls.

    A Transfiguring Moment

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