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Conversation: 'Caravaggio: a Life Sacred and Profane'

  • Aired: 12/02/2011
  • 10:27
  • Rating: E
Michelangelo Caravaggio was one of the great painters in the history of Western art. He also remains one of the most mysterious and elusive of artistic geniuses. A new biography by Andrew Graham-Dixon, "Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and Profane," wrestles with the man, his times and his work.
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Conversation: Andrew Graham-Dixon, author of "Caravaggio: a Life Sacred and Profane."
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