Colnaghi gallery to lead research into €1,500 painting now believed to be by Caravaggio
Established dealership will manage restoration and authentication of disputed work offered at auction for €1,500
'Good reasons to believe this is a new Caravaggio': specialists cautiously vouch for €1,500 painting pulled from Spanish auction
Government does not want to repeat ‘export mistake’ of 1970s when another work by the Old Master ended up in the US
Art in 2021—treats include Dürer blockbuster, new Munch museum and Caravaggio anniversary
Influential works by Duchamp, Picasso and Mondrian also celebrate centenary this year
These Kansas City penguins took a field trip to the Nelson-Atkins Museum—and preferred Caravaggio over Monet
“We are so happy to welcome our colleagues from the zoo,” said Julián Zugazagoitia, the director of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, in a video posted by the museum.
Vienna museum's Caravaggio and Bernini catalogue presents the artist's studio as a theatrical site
Exhibition at Kunsthistorisches on the two Baroque heavyweights helps to clarify the relationship between Roman painting and sculpture of the period
Caravaggio’s masterpiece St Jerome Writing gets its own wing in Malta cathedral
Huge tapestry set inspired by Rubens will also be conserved in the new annex at St John’s Co-Cathedral
Caravaggio and Bernini show promises to be about more than just its titular #barockstars
Exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum will highlight the multiple trends and rich aesthetics of early Baroque art in Rome
It’s 50 years since Caravaggio’s Nativity was stolen in Palermo: have the police been chasing red herrings all this time?
New enquiries suggest a US or Swiss connection through the mafia heroin trade
Did US collector Tom Hill buy the 'lost Caravaggio'?
France's Gazette Drouot claims that Hill might have bought the painting and it could be headed for the Met in New York, according to a source
Ignored by the Louvre, 'lost' Caravaggio bought in private sale is destined for 'important museum'
Estimated to sell between €100m-€150m at auction on Friday, an anonymous buyer has snapped up the disputed painting that was discovered in a French attic
Lost art: the great Caravaggio whodunnit
Ahead of the painting's sale, the art historian Noah Charney asks whether the pricey work is a true lost treasure or one of scores made by Caravaggisti
Kamel Mennour to show controversial 'rediscovered' Caravaggio in Paris gallery
Judith beheading Holofernes—due to be auctioned this June estimated at £86m-£129m—will be juxtaposed with a Daniel Buren installation
How Caravaggio brought naturalism to Naples
Museo di Capodimonte examines the huge influence that the Old Master had on Baroque artists active in the city
Discovery in a Toulouse attic is no Caravaggio
There are too many oddities in the painting discovered in France five years ago
'I would give my head to be cut off—like Holofernes!' Eric Turquin on the Caravaggio attribution
The Old Master specialist who researched the provenance of the recently attributed painting on the joys of exploring French attics
Attic to auction: a timeline of the 'Lost Caravaggio'
The painting, thought to be the second version of the Baroque artist’s Judith Beheading Holofernes will be auctioned this June with an estimate of £86m-£129m
French state rejects painting with controversial Caravaggio attribution that was found in an attic
Now the export ban has been lifted, the work may go on the market after restoration
Lost art: Has Caravaggio’s long missing Nativity been found?
Noah Charney on the Carabinieri's efforts to track down the stolen painting
Did stolen Caravaggio go to Switzerland?
Mafia informant claims the painting, which is included in the FBI’s list of top ten art crimes, was sold to a Swiss dealer
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Hermitage gets Caravaggio’s Lute Player back on song
First-ever major restoration for the artist’s only work in a Russian museum
Galleria Borghese launches Caravaggio research centre—with a little help from Fendi
Roman museum aims to become the primary reference for scholarship on the artist
Books: Caravaggio's diametrically opposed contexts in conflict
Across two books, the master's work is interpreted in divergent, not diverse, ways
Technology reveals Caravaggio self-portrait
Searching for underdrawings, conservators discover the artist’s reflection