In Alia Effigie: Caravaggio's London Supper at Emmaus

Scribner III, Charles
September 1977
Art Bulletin;Sep77, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p375
Academic Journal
Examines the two versions of 'The Supper at Emmaus,' a painting by artist Michaelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio. Criticism of biographer and critic Gian Pietro Bellori to the painting; Description of the painting; Reason of scholars for not considering the painting a religious work.


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