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  • Gabrielle Elliot

    Paintings Reproductions Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da Madonna di Loreto, 1603-1605

  • Wide Awake

    Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, (1571 – 1610) Madonna di Loreto Oil on canvas, c. 1604-1606 260 cm × 150 cm (100 in × 59 in) Sant'Agostino, Rome, Italy

  • Iona Silver

    Caravaggio’s “Madonna di Loreto,” the Madonna of the Pilgrims. Caravaggio’s hyper-realism is a magician’s conjuring trick, and a perfect metaphor for great art, which declines to make obvious its deepest truths, leaving us to decipher them if we can. (Basilica di Sant' Agostino, Rome).

  • Daniela Degli Esposti

    Caravaggio: La Madonna di Loreto (o Madonna dei Pellegrini). Roma, Basilica di Sant'Agostino

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