In 1610, almost three-hundred years before the invention of the motion picture, Caravaggio's scandalous life ended. Yet his signature style of painting, in which subjects are iluminated by a single light source and posed, mid-action, against a field of black, left an indelible mark, producing scores of imitators: the Caravaggisti.
Video produced and directed by Carolyn H. Miner.
Videography by Valentin Meneveau.
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