Caravaggio Gets Funerary Park

Caravaggio Gets Funerary Park

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Tara Bellucci
Jul 10, 2014
(Image credit: Wikicommons)

The remains of 17th century painter Caravaggio were discovered in 2010 in Porto Ercole, Tuscany. Now, 404 years after his death, the artist will be laid to rest where he was found, and a monumental funerary park will be erected in his honor.

Caravaggio’s Remains Get Monumental Funerary Park | Artnet

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