Notes from Rome Articles published in The Italian Insider Newspaper based in Rome and in The St. Austin Review Magazine, South Bend, Indiana.
A newly discovered Caravaggio Painting – https://corneliussullivan.com/41800-2/
Caravaggio on the Run in Malta
Caravaggio’s Raising of Lazarus
Rome’s extravagant celebration of Caravaggio — How can we know another man’s death.
Caravaggio Speaks to the Modern Age June 20, 2012
Caravaggio and the Marilyn Elvis Syndrome- Only the good die young.
Interview with Saint Peter, the Art of Martyrdom
Attacks on Caravaggio I saw him there in the street, the narrow street, Via del Leone, June 4, 2012
Caravaggio, Saints and Sinners- Caravaggio painted sinners as saints.
Caravaggio, the most Unlikely Candidate
Caravaggio and the Aesthetics of Meaning- Caravaggio is the antidote to Conceptual Art. September 27,
Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and Vermeer, not just realists- Caravaggio used light to tell the story. September 6
Who is Saint Matthew for Caravaggio August 7, 2012, revised June 2, 2018
Another Bogus Caravaggio Discovery July 10, 2012
Tranquillo Caravaggio, the Town June 26, 2012
Sacred Art and the Theology of the Body, Caravaggio, http://www.italianinsider.it/?q=node/2843
Sacred Art and The Theology of the Body, Part One, Caravaggio related- Exhibition at Ave Maria University, 2015,
Caravaggio Borrows from Michelangelo December 18, 2011
Also published at the Italian Insider Newspaper, Rome http://www.italianinsider.it/?q=taxonomy/term/2&page=5
Ecce Homo New Caravaggio Painting Discovered https://corneliussullivan.com/41800-2/
Looking over Michelangelo’s Shoulder as He Carves Marble
Michelangelo in Rome November 15, 2011
Carving Marble by the Michelangelo Quarry in Carrara Summer 2014
A Lost Michelangelo, don’t get your hopes up
July 18, 2012Sacred Art and Modernism
My Art of the Blessed Virgin feature article , Fenestrae Coeli, Saint Austin Review,
Does God Have a Face http://www .italianinsider.it/? q=node/3201 February 13, 2013
Sacred Art and The Theology of the Body
March 23, 2016 I wrote this short piece yesterday for John and Ashley in Rome who produce Voice of the Vatican,
Opinion: Papa Wojtyla as Capeman, The Statue of Pope John Paul II in Front of the Train Station in Rome Does Not Represent the Man We Came to Know So Intimately.
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. as Mao February 2012
Art Mysteries Solved, a Leonardo, a Michelangelo, and a Raphael October 11
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