Beyond Caravaggio — at the National Gallery (Oct 2016)

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Caravaggio's paintings have always inspired artists with their dramatic lighting and intense naturalism, and 'Beyond Caravaggio' will explore the impact that his work had both on his contemporaries, and the generations that followed.

Everyone from Gentileschi, Valentin and Honthorst were drawn to his paintings, each absorbing a different aspect of his work, and giving rise to the movement known as 'Caravaggism'.

 

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