List of paintings by Caravaggio


The following is a list of paintings by the Italian artist Caravaggio, listed chronologically.[1]

List of paintings


Painting Name Year Technique Dimensions City Gallery Notes
Boy Peeling Fruit c. 1592–1593 Oil on canvas 75.5 × 64.4 cm Florence, Italy Fondazione Roberto Longhi One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[2]
Boy Peeling Fruit c. 1592-1593 Oil on canvas 63 × 53 cm London, England Hampton Court PalaceThe Royal Collection One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[3]
Boy Peeling Fruit c. 1592–1593 Oil on canvas 65 × 52 cm Switzerland Private collection (formerly Ishizuka Collection, Tokyo) One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[4][5][6][7]
Boy Peeling Fruit c. 1592–1593 Oil on canvas 64.2 × 51.4 cm London The Dickinson Group One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[8]
Young Sick Bacchus c. 1593 Oil on canvas 67 × 53 cm Rome, Italy Borghese
Boy with a Basket of Fruit c. 1593 Oil on canvas 70 × 67 cm Rome, Italy Borghese
Fortune Teller c. 1594 Oil on canvas 115 × 150 cm Rome, Italy Capitoline Museums
Cardsharps c. 1594 Oil on canvas 94.2 × 131.2 cm Fort Worth, Texas Kimbell Art Museum
Musicians c. 1595 Oil on canvas 87.9 × 115.9 cm New York City, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy c. 1595 Oil on canvas 93.9 × 129.5 cm Hartford, Connecticut Wadsworth Atheneum
Boy Bitten by a Lizard c. 1596 Oil on canvas 66 × 49.5 cm London, England National Gallery
Lute Player c. 1596 Oil on canvas 94 × 119 cm St. Petersburg, Russia Hermitage Museum
Lute Player c. 1596 Oil on canvas 100 × 126,5 cm New York City, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art (on loan)
Basket of Fruit c. 1596 Oil on canvas 46 × 64 cm Milan, Italy Biblioteca Ambrosiana
Bacchus c. 1596 Oil on canvas 95 × 85 cm Florence, Italy Uffizi [9]
Penitent Magdalene c. 1597 Oil on canvas 122.5 × 98.5 cm Rome, Italy Doria Pamphilj Gallery [9]
Rest on the Flight into Egypt c. 1597 Oil on canvas 133.5 × 166.5 cm Rome, Italy Doria Pamphilj Gallery [9]
Medusa c. 1597 Oil on canvas over convex poplar wood shield 60 × 55 cm Florence, Italy Uffizi [9]
Portrait of a Courtesan c. 1597 Oil on canvas 66 × 53 cm Berlin, Germany Kaiser Friedrich Museum Destroyed in 1945
Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto c. 1597 Ceiling fresco in oil 300 × 180 cm Rome, Italy Casino di Villa Boncompagni Ludovisi
Fortune Teller c. 1597 Oil on canvas 99 × 131 cm Paris, France Musée du Louvre
Saint Catherine of Alexandria c. 1598 Oil on canvas 173 × 133 cm Madrid, Spain Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
Sacrifice of Isaac c. 1598 Oil on canvas 116 × 173 cm Princeton, New Jersey Barbara Piasecka-Johnson Collection
John the Baptist c. 1598 Oil on canvas 169 × 112 cm Toledo, Spain Cathedral Museum Disputed
Martha and Mary Magdalene c. 1598 Oil on canvas 97.8 × 132.7 cm Detroit, Michigan Detroit Institute of Arts
Portrait of Maffeo Barberini c. 1598 Oil on canvas 124 × 99 cm Florence, Italy Private Collection
Judith Beheading Holofernes c. 1598 Oil on canvas 145 × 195 cm Rome, Italy Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Palazzo Barberini
David and Goliath c. 1599 Oil on canvas 110 × 91 cm Madrid, Spain Prado
Narcissus c. 1599 Oil on canvas 110 × 92 cm Rome, Italy Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Palazzo Barberini Disputed
Boy Bitten by a Lizard c. 1600 Oil on canvas 65.8 × 52.3 cm Florence, Italy Fondazione Roberto Longhi
John the Baptist c. 1600 Oil on canvas 102.5 × 83 cm Basel, Switzerland Öffentliche Kunstsammlung Attributed to Juan Bautista Maino
Calling of Saint Matthew c. 1600 Oil on canvas 323 × 343 cm Rome, Italy Contarelli Chapel
Martyrdom of Saint Matthew 1600 Oil on canvas 323 × 343 cm Rome, Italy Contarelli Chapel
Nativity with St. Francis and St. Lawrence 1600? 1609? Oil on canvas 268 × 197 cm Palermo, Italy Church of San Lorenzo Stolen in 1969
Conversion of Saint Paul 1600 Oil on cypress wood 237 × 189 cm Rome, Italy Odescalchi Balbi Collection
Crucifixion of Saint Peter 1601 Oil on canvas 230 × 175 cm Rome, Italy Cerasi Chapel
Conversion of Saint Paul on the Road to Damascus 1601 Oil on canvas 230 × 175 cm Rome, Italy Cerasi Chapel
Still Life with Flowers and Fruit 1601 Oil on canvas 105 × 184 cm Rome, Italy Borghese Attributed to Painter of the Hartford Still Life
Supper at Emmaus 1602 Oil on canvas 139 × 195 cm London, England National Gallery
Amor Victorious 1602 Oil on canvas 156 × 113 cm Berlin, Germany Gemäldegalerie,
Saint Matthew and the Angel 1602 Oil on canvas 232 × 183 cm Berlin, Germany Kaiser Friedrich Museum Destroyed in 1945
Inspiration of Saint Matthew 1602 Oil on canvas 292 × 186 cm Rome, Italy Contarelli Chapel
John the Baptist 1602 Oil on canvas 129 × 94 cm Rome, Italy Capitoline Museums
John the Baptist c. 1602 Oil on canvas 129 × 94 cm Rome, Italy Doria Pamphilj Gallery
Incredulity of Saint Thomas c. 1602 Oil on canvas 107 × 146 cm Potsdam, Germany Sanssouci
Taking of Christ 1602 Oil on canvas 133 × 169 cm Dublin, Ireland National Gallery of Ireland
Sacrifice of Isaac 1603 Oil on canvas 104 × 135 cm Florence, Italy Uffizi
Holy Family with St. John the Baptist c. 1603 Oil on canvas 118 × 96 cm New York City, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art (on loan) Disputed
Entombment c. 1603 Oil on canvas 300 × 203 cm Vatican City Vatican Museums
Crowning with Thorns 1603 Oil on canvas 125 × 178 cm Prato, Italy Cariprato Bank
Madonna of Loreto c. 1604 Oil on canvas 260 × 150 cm Rome, Italy Sant'Agostino
John the Baptist 1604 Oil on canvas 172.5 × 104.5 cm Kansas City, Missouri Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
John the Baptist c. 1604 Oil on canvas 94 × 131 cm Rome, Italy Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Palazzo Corsini
The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew c. 1604 Oil on canvas 140 × 176 cm London, England Hampton Court PalaceThe Royal Collection
Christ on the Mount of Olives 1605 Oil on canvas 154 × 222 cm Berlin, Germany Kaiser Friedrich Museum Destroyed in 1945
Ecce Homo c. 1605 Oil on canvas 128 × 103 cm Genoa, Italy Palazzo Bianco
Saint Jerome in Meditation c. 1605 Oil on canvas 118 × 81 cm Montserrat, Catalonia Museum of Montserrat
Saint Jerome Writing c. 1605 Oil on canvas 112 × 157 cm Rome, Italy Borghese
Portrait of Pope Paul V 1605 Oil on canvas 203 × 119 cm Rome, Italy Private Collection of the Prince Borghese Disputed
Still Life with Fruit on a Stone Ledge 1605 Oil on canvas 87 × 135 cm Rome, Italy Borghese Disputed
Madonna and Child with St. Anne
(Madonna Dei Palafrenieri)
1606 Oil on canvas 292 × 211 cm Rome, Italy Borghese [10]
Death of the Virgin 1601–1606 Oil on canvas 369 × 245 cm Paris, France Musée du Louvre
Magdalene grieving 1605/1606 oil on canvas 112 × 92 cm Rome, Italy Private Collection
Mary Magdalen in Ecstasy 1606 Oil on canvas 106.5 × 91 cm Rome, Italy Private collection
Saint Francis in Meditation c. 1606 Oil on canvas 130 × 90 cm Cremona, Italy Museo Civico Ala Ponzone
Supper at Emmaus 1606 Oil on canvas 141 × 175 cm Milan, Italy Brera Fine Arts Academy
Judith Beheading Holofernes 1607 Oil on canvas Toulouse, France Private Collection Disputed attribution. Also attributed to Louis Finson.[11][12][13]
Seven Works of Mercy 1607 Oil on canvas 390 × 260 cm Naples, Italy Pio Monte della Misericordia
Crucifixion of Saint Andrew 1607 Oil on canvas 202.5 × 152.7 cm Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland Museum of Art
David with the Head of Goliath 1607 Oil on wood 90.5 × 116 cm Vienna, Austria Kunsthistorisches Museum
Madonna of the Rosary (Madonna del Rosario) 1607 Oil on canvas 364.5 × 249.5 cm Vienna, Austria Kunsthistorisches Museum
Crowning with Thorns 1607 Oil on canvas 127 × 165.5 cm Vienna, Austria Kunsthistorisches Museum
Flagellation of Christ c. 1607 Oil on canvas 390 × 260 cm Naples, Italy Museo di Capodimonte
Christ at the Column c. 1607 Oil on canvas 134.5 × 175.5 cm Rouen, France Musée des Beaux-Arts
Salome with the Head of John the Baptist c. 1607 Oil on canvas 90.5 × 167 cm London, England National Gallery
Saint Jerome Writing 1607 Oil on canvas 117 × 157 cm Valletta, Malta St. John's Co-Cathedral
Portrait of Alof de Wignacourt and his Page 1608 Oil on canvas 195 × 134 cm Paris, France Musée du Louvre
Portrait of Fra Antonio Martelli 1608 Oil on canvas 118.5 × 95.5 cm Florence, Italy Pitti Palace
Beheading of Saint John the Baptist 1608 Oil on canvas 361 × 520 cm Valletta, Malta St. John's Co-Cathedral
Sleeping Cupid 1608 Oil on canvas 71 × 105 cm Florence, Italy Pitti Palace
John the Baptist 1608 Oil on canvas 100 × 73 cm Valletta, Malta Collezione Bonello Disputed
Annunciation 1608 Oil on canvas 285 × 205 cm Nancy, France Musée des Beaux-Arts
Burial of Saint Lucy 1608 Oil on canvas 408 × 300 cm Syracuse, Italy Bellomo Palace Museum
Raising of Lazarus 1609 Oil on canvas 380 × 275 cm Messina, Italy Museo Regionale
Adoration of the Shepherds 1609 Oil on canvas 314 × 211 cm Messina, Italy Museo Regionale
Salome with the Head of John the Baptist 1609 Oil on canvas 116 × 140 cm Madrid, Spain Royal Palace of Madrid Usually not in display (only temporary exhibitions)
Tooth Puller 1609 Oil on canvas 139.5 × 194.5 cm Florence, Italy Pitti Palace Disputed
Denial of Saint Peter 1610 Oil on canvas 94 × 125 cm New York City, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Saint Francis in Prayer c. 1610 Oil on canvas 130 × 90 cm Rome, Italy Church of San Pietro in Carpineto Romano
currently in deposit at
Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Palazzo Barberini
John the Baptist c. 1610 Oil on canvas 159 × 124 cm Rome, Italy Borghese
David with the Head of Goliath 1610 Oil on canvas 125 × 101 cm Rome, Italy Borghese [14]
John the Baptist 1610 Oil on canvas 159 × 124 cm Munich, Germany Private collection
Martyrdom of Saint Ursula 1610 Oil on canvas 106 × 179.5 cm Naples, Italy Galleria di Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano Last known work

Footnotes


  1. Spike, John T. Caravaggio. New York : Abbeville Press, 2001: p. 253–54
  2. Hibbard, Howard (1983). Caravaggio. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. pp. 15–17. ISBN 978-0-06-430128-2.
  3. "Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Milan 1571-Port Ercole 1610) – Boy Peeling Fruit".
  4. Brown, Beverley Louise, ed. (2001). The Genius of Rome, 1592–1623. London: Royal Academy of Arts.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  5. "Caravaggio, Young Boy Peeling Fruit, c. 1592".
  6. "Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (Milan 1571-Port Ercole 1610) – Boy Peeling Fruit".
  7. "Caravaggio tra originali e copie".
  8. Spike, John T. (2010). Caravaggio, 2nd revised edition. London: Abbeville Press.
  9. Robb, Peter (1998). M: The Man who Became Caravaggio. New York City: Picador. p. 501. ISBN 0-312-27474-2.
  10. "Madonna of the Palafrenieri". Borghese Gallery. Archived from the original on 2005-10-25.
  11. McGivern, Hannah. "'Caravaggio' found in French attic unveiled in Milan". Art Newspaper. Retrieved 26 January 2017.
  12. Gignoux, Sabine. "New leads in the Toulouse Caravaggio enigma". La Croix International. Retrieved 23 April 2018.
  13. Christiansen, Keith. "Study day at Brera". Retrieved 23 April 2018.
  14. "David with the Head of Goliath". Borghese Gallery. Archived from the original on 2005-11-24.

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