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Caravaggio (1571-1610) is acknowledged now as one of the great Italian artists, whose work represents a revolution in figurative art; but he was also a man condemned to death for murder and a fugitive from justice. This richly illustrated study traces the story of his all too brief life and provides commentary on the technique and spirituality of works such as The Supper at Emmaus and The Conversion of St Paul. (nb. Black pages, white text.)