Caravaggio was born in Milan, he moved to Rome  in 1592 where he became the most famous painter; in 1606, he killed a man, outlawed, he fled to Naples and died of fever on his way from Naples to Rome, in 1610.

Galleria Borghese:
Young Sick Bacchus (1593), Boy with a Basket of Fruit (1593), Still Life with Flowers and Fruit (1601), Saint Jerome Writing (1605), Portrait of Pope Paul V (1605), Still Life with Fruit on a Stone Ledge (1605), Madonna and Child with St. Anne (1606), John the Baptist (1610), David with the Head of Goliath (1610).
Capitoline Museums:
Fortune Teller (1594), John the Baptist (1602).
Doria Pamphilj Gallery:
Penitent Magdalene (1597), Rest on the Flight into Egypt (1597), John the Baptist (1602).
Vatican Museums:
Entombment (1603).
Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica:
Judith Beheading Holofernes (1598), Narcissus (1599), John the Baptist (1604).
San Luigi dei Francesi, Contarelli Chapel:
Calling of Saint Matthew (1600), Martyrdom of Saint Matthew (1600).
Santa Maria del Popolo, Cerasi Chapel:
Crucifixion of Saint Peter (1601), Conversion of Saint Paul on the Road to Damascus (1601).
Madonna of Loreto (1604).


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