Art + Travel Europe Caravaggio and Rome
Art + Travel Europe Caravaggio and Rome

Art + Travel Europe Caravaggio and Rome

Edited by Museyon

Art +


38 Pages, 5.25 x 8

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Publication Date: January 2013

ISBN 9781938450211


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Master of light and shadow, revolutionary realist, and violent street brawler—Caravaggio's life is shrouded in mystery and myth. Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio settled in Rome in 1592, where he painted much of the best work of his brief, but brilliant, career. His violent temper, however, did not serve him well, and in 1606 he was forced to flee Rome. This book features detailed walking tours of Rome and Valletta in Malta where the artist lived, loved and labored. Readers will discover the sights and stories behind such an iconic work like "Death of the Virgin."

Author Biography

Museyon Guides are visually oriented travel guides, accessibly written for the greenhorn as well as the aficionado, featuring academic-quality information on artistic and cultural interests and obsessions. They are based in New York City.