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Long-lost Caravaggio ….

This is an unexpected blog concerning an article discovered as I have been checking over my essay in preparation for assessment! In 1599 Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio painted Judith Beheading Holofernes which is based on the biblical story.  Now it … Continue reading

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“More savage than Caravaggio: the woman who took revenge in oil” – The Guardian October 2016

My tutor very kindly sent the link for this article that she had seen in The Guardian and which was questioning why the genius of Artemisia Gentileschi had been overlooked for so long? The subject of the article was Artemisia’s … Continue reading

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Lost Carravaggio masterpiece …

Very interesting short article on a potential Carravaggio masterpiece on the BBC website on 12 April 2016  – apparently found in a loft of a house (by the owners) in southern France The painting is one of particular interest to … Continue reading

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