Narcissus by Caravaggio, 1597-1599

Narcissus by Caravaggio

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Narcissus was arguably painted by Caravaggio, apparently during his years around the Contarelli chapel; it marks a unique theme for Caravaggio, that of illusion versus the real world, seen here as two halves of the artist's canvas. Theme inspired by Ovid's "Methamorphoses".
Oil on canvas; currently hanging at Gallerie Nazionale d'Arte Antica.

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