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Caravaggio and his followers exhibition in Old masters gallery

Back to the Old masters gallery (Alte Pinakothek) to visit the current exhibition dedicated to Caravaggio and his artist-followers , mainly Dutch.. Worth a visit despite the darkness, I had a lot of problems with the low light conditions..The first one is St Andreas painted by Nicolas Tournier ( a Frenchman) in 1616
And the second study detail of Maria painted by the dutch Hendrick ter Brugghen in "The Annunciation" in 1629 . https://www.pinakothek.de/caravaggisti



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