Episode 275 – Caravaggio’s “Flagellation”
April 24, 2024

Located in the Capodimonte Museum in Naples, Italy, Caravaggio painted the “Flagellation” in 1607 while he was hiding out in Naples because he was wanted for murder in Rome. The “Flagellation” is dramatically sadistic scene of imminent torture set – like so many of Caravaggio’s paintings – in a dark shallow theatrical space.

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