Caravaggio in Malta: The Master Takes Refuge

Caravaggio in Malta: The Master Takes Refuge

Condemned to death in Rome for murder, Caravaggio took refuge in Valletta in 1607. He spent a year in the Maltese capital where he painted one of his most beautiful canvases, the Beheading of St John the Baptist

Duration :

14 min

Available :

From 08/06/2020 to 14/06/2022

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Documentaries and Reportage

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