Discover the Best of Caravaggio
Find the Great Master’s masterpieces in the Eternal City
Caravaggio’s evident genius entranced some of the most important people in Roman society.
When a young Caravaggio arrived in Rome in 1592, his reputation proceeded him.
As well as death and destruction, Caravaggio left some truly remarkable masterpieces in his wake.
Rumors surrounded the young, bisexual artist – already known for his passion and his genius.
Caravaggio scandalized church officials and public opinion with his dark-haired, barefoot Mary.
Youth with a Ram (1602) is the darkest, sensual and atmospheric Baroque work in the Museums.
Caravaggio portrayed religious scenes in shocking new ways.
With half a dozen paintings, the Borghese gallery has the most exquisite Caravaggio’s per square meter in Rome.
If you want to see the best of Caravaggio in Rome, now you know how to do it.
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