Caravaggio

Nationality: Italian

Birth Year: 1573

Death Year: 1610

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 A Lute Player by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

A Lute Player

Sotheby's, New York

January 29, 2015

$25,000  USD

 Boy peeling a fruit by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

Boy peeling a fruit

Christie's, New York

January 28, 2015

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 A young man with a lute by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

A young man with a lute

Dorotheum, Vienna

December 10, 2014

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 The Creator by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

The Creator

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Chicago

December 10, 2014

$22,500  USD

 La Lotta di Caino e Abele by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

La Lotta di Caino e Abele

BlindArte, Naples

November 30, 2014

$85,735  USD

 David und Goliath by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

David und Goliath

im Kinsky Kunst Auktionen, Vienna

November 25, 2014

$22,450  USD

 David con la cabeza de Goliat by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

David con la cabeza de Goliat

Duran Subastas de Arte, Madrid

November 19, 2014

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 The Supper at Emmaus by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

The Supper at Emmaus

Christie's, South Kensington

October 30, 2014

$59,974  USD

 Caritas Romana by  Caravaggio

Caravaggio

Caritas Romana

Dorotheum, Vienna

October 21, 2014

$22,267  USD

News

Will the Sotheby’s Caravaggio Decision Impact the Practice of Authentication?

By Mostafa Heddaya | January 29, 2015

When an English court recently ruled in favor of Sotheby’s in the matter of a purported Caravaggio found by the auction house to be a 17th-century copy, the decision was a seemingly clear-cut...

Marilyn Minter, Betty Tompkins, and Others Gauge George W. Bush's Work

By Scott Indrisek | April 15, 2014

DALLAS — It’s useful to consider “The Art of Leadership,” former President George W. Bush’s solo painting debut, as a kind of sprawling installation that begins with the metal detector at the...

A New Caravaggio Joins the Canon as X-Ray Investigation Vindicates a Disputed Medusa Head

By Kate Deimling,ARTINFO France | February 29, 2012

Legend has it that, after slaying Medusa, Perseus attached her head to his shield in order to turn his enemies to stone. Her decapitated, snake-covered head, dripping with blood, was such an...

SLIDESHOWS

„Painting Music in the Age of Caravaggio” in New Y

By Anneliese Cooper | January 27, 2015