The Insider's Guide to Caravaggio

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Caravaggio was the enfant terrible of the Roman art scene around 1600. Renowned for his outrageous behaviour, as much as for his spectacularly naturalistic paintings, he was eventually forced to flee Rome after committing a murder. Join us to discover how Caravaggio’s revolutionary approach produced paintings that continue to speak to viewers today and find out more about art and life in seventeenth-century Italy.