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Ben

I haven't been to the exhibition yet, but that I know of his is amazing. He manages to make the gospel stories real, flesh and blood.

I knew nothing about his life until I followed your link to the National. he sounds a fascinating person.

rivertribemike

No doubt this will be a block-buster, given Mel Gibson's claim that Caravaggio's work was a major influence in the making of "Passion". His work is very striking, i would love to see it "in the flesh".

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