This is how Caravaggio defeats science and stimulates our reason (by Giuseppe Frangi from “sussidario.net”)

The pieces seem to fit together: a painting belonging to the greatest commissioner of Caravaggio, Cardinal Vincenzo Giustiniani, clearly attributed to the Lombard master in the inventory of the collection in 1638, then passed down to a Roman heir whose name still appears on the back of the canvas, and found today in a private Spanish collection. It is the “beautiful” story of the Saint Augustine painting, which was published on the first page of the newspapers after an announcement in the Sole 24 Ore on June 12, by the author of the discovery Silvia Danesi Squarzina that for months kept everyone on the ropes…. READ MORE ON THE “SUSSIDARIO.NET”

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