Rediscovered Caravaggio Conserved and Hung in Prado

May 9 2024

Image of Rediscovered Caravaggio Conserved and Hung in Prado

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

Exciting news broke earlier this week that the rediscovered Caravaggio that reappeared back in 2021 has been conserved and hung in the Prado Museum in Madrid. The loan of the painting has been handled by Colnaghi, whilst the restoration was undertaken by Andrea Cipriani 'and his team in collaboration with two London dealers, Filippo Benappi of Benappi Fine Art and Andrea Lullo of Lullo Pampoulides gallery.'

The painting, alongside a special new study by several academics on the artist and period, will be on display until October 2024.

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