Cornell University Libraries
Loose-leaf volumes of letters to Michael Straight, 1931-1968; letters of Leonard K. Elmhirst, 1935-1973; letters of Margaret Barr; letters relating to Cambridge University, including the Cambridge University Union Society, H. J. Laski, the Totnes Labour Party, the Apostles, the South African Grand Prix, academics, Gerald Heard, and Teresa Major; letters of John Cornford; letters from Herta Thiele; correspondence with Belinda Crompton; papers relating to work in Washington, 1938-1943, including the Committee for Democratic Defense, the Fight for Freedom Rally, the Foreign Correspondents Dinner, the Economic Policy Club, and the Mont Tremblant Conference (organized by the Institute of Pacific Relations); papers relating to the American Veterans Committee; papers relating to the American section of Amnesty; miscellaneous correspondence; papers relating to the American Dance Theatre, 1965-1967; papers relating to Cornell University; items relating to research on Caravaggio; files on ... Read More
Detroit Institute of Arts - Research Library & Archives
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Library
Assembled file includes clippings, photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, postcards, press releases, slides, resumes, reviews, exhibition ephemera
Getty Research Institute
This anonymous etching reproduces Michelangelo da Caravaggio's Deposition of Christ (oil on canvas, approximately 1600-1604) in the Pinacoteca at the Vatican Museums, Vatican City. The printmaker translated the painting's dark background into a network of etched lines, and attempted to suggest Caravaggio's tenebrism. The print reverses the orientation of the original work
University of Rochester
Poster depicts Caravaggio's 1595 painting of a lute player, with music text and violin on a table before him
State Library of South Australia
The Art of Music season 2005; presented by the Adelaide Chamber Singers; directed by Carl Crossin
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
In this note on twelve drawings of fountains which once belonged to the architect Antoine Le Pautre, and four of which were engraved by Le Pautre's brother, Mariette refutes attribution of the drawings to Caravaggio and likens them to the Neptune fountain in Bologna, completed in 1563 after the design of the painter Thomas Laureti and decorated with bronze sculptures by Jean de Boulogne
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Michelangelo Amerighi da Caravaggio, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left


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