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

List of paintings

Painting Year
Name
City, Gallery Dimensions
Technique
Notes
c. 1592–1593:
Boy Peeling Fruit
Florence, Fondazione Roberto Longhi 75.5 × 64.4 cm
Oil on canvas
One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[2]
c. 1592-1593:
Boy Peeling Fruit
London, Hampton Court PalaceThe Royal Collection 63 × 53 cm
Oil on canvas
One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[3]
c. 1592–1593:
Boy Peeling Fruit
Switzerland, Private collection (formerly Ishizuka Collection, Tokyo) 65 × 52 cm
Oil on canvas
One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[4][5][3][6]
c. 1592–1593:
Boy Peeling Fruit
London, The Dickinson Group 64.2 × 51.4 cm
Oil on canvas
One of several versions, one of which is Caravaggio's earliest known work[7]
c. 1592–1599:
Portrait of a Prelate[8]
Italy, Private Collection 68 × 53 cm
Oil on canvas
[8]
c. 1593:
Young Sick Bacchus
Rome, Borghese 67 × 53 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1593:
Boy with a Basket of Fruit
Rome, Borghese 70 × 67 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1594:
Fortune Teller
Rome, Capitoline Museums 115 × 150 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1594:
Cardsharps
Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum 94.2 × 131.2 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1595:
Musicians
New York City, Metropolitan Museum of Art 87.9 × 115.9 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1595:
Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy
Hartford, Connecticut, Wadsworth Atheneum 93.9 × 129.5 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1596:
Boy Bitten by a Lizard
London, National Gallery 66 × 49.5 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1596

Lute Player

Private Collection 96 x 121 cm

Oil on canvas

Understood to be the original version of the Lute Player
c. 1596:
Lute Player
St. Petersburg, Hermitage Museum 94 × 119 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1596:
Lute Player
New York City, Metropolitan Museum of Art (on loan) 100 × 126,5 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1596:
Basket of Fruit
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana 46 × 64 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1596:
Bacchus
Florence, Uffizi 95 × 85 cm
Oil on canvas
[9]
c. 1597:
Penitent Magdalene
Rome, Doria Pamphilj Gallery 122.5 × 98.5 cm
Oil on canvas
[9]
c. 1597:
Rest on the Flight into Egypt
Rome, Doria Pamphilj Gallery 133.5 × 166.5 cm
Oil on canvas
[9]
c. 1597:
Medusa
Florence, Uffizi 60 × 55 cm
Oil on canvas over convex poplar wood shield
[9]
c. 1597:
Portrait of a Courtesan
Berlin, Kaiser Friedrich Museum 66 × 53 cm
Oil on canvas
Destroyed in 1945
c. 1597:
Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto
Rome, Casino di Villa Boncompagni Ludovisi 300 × 180 cm
Ceiling fresco in oil
c. 1597:
Fortune Teller
Paris, Musée du Louvre 99 × 131 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1598:
Saint Catherine of Alexandria
Madrid, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum 173 × 133 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1598:
Sacrifice of Isaac
Princeton, Barbara Piasecka-Johnson Collection 116 × 173 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1598:
John the Baptist
Toledo, Cathedral Museum 169 × 112 cm
Oil on canvas
Disputed
c. 1598:
Martha and Mary Magdalene
Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts 97.8 × 132.7 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1598:
Portrait of Maffeo Barberini
Los Angeles, Private Collection 124 × 99 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1598:
Judith Beheading Holofernes
Rome, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Palazzo Barberini 145 × 195 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1599:
David and Goliath
Madrid, Prado 110 × 91 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1599:
Narcissus
Rome, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Palazzo Barberini 110 × 92 cm
Oil on canvas
Disputed
c. 1600:
Boy Bitten by a Lizard
Florence, Fondazione Roberto Longhi 65.8 × 52.3 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1600:
John the Baptist
Basel, Öffentliche Kunstsammlung 102.5 × 83 cm
Oil on canvas
Attributed to Juan Bautista Maino
c. 1600:
Calling of Saint Matthew
Rome, Contarelli Chapel 323 × 343 cm
Oil on canvas
1600:
Martyrdom of Saint Matthew
Rome, Contarelli Chapel 323 × 343 cm
Oil on canvas
1600? 1609?:
Nativity with St. Francis and St. Lawrence
Palermo, Church of San Lorenzo 268 × 197 cm
Oil on canvas
Stolen in 1969
1600:
Conversion of Saint Paul
Rome, Odescalchi Balbi Collection 237 × 189 cm
Oil on cypress wood
1601:
Crucifixion of Saint Peter
Rome, Cerasi Chapel 230 × 175 cm
Oil on canvas
1601:
Conversion of Saint Paul on the Road to Damascus
Rome, Cerasi Chapel 230 × 175 cm
Oil on canvas
1601:
Still Life with Flowers and Fruit
Rome, Borghese 105 × 184 cm
Oil on canvas
Attributed to Painter of the Hartford Still Life
1601:
The Incredulity of Saint Thomas (Ecclesiastical Version)
Florence, Private Collection 118 × 156.5 cm
Oil on canvas
1602:
Supper at Emmaus
London, National Gallery 139 × 195 cm
Oil on canvas
1602:
Amor Victorious
Berlin, Gemäldegalerie 156 × 113 cm
Oil on canvas
1602:
Saint Matthew and the Angel
Berlin, Kaiser Friedrich Museum 232 × 183 cm
Oil on canvas
Destroyed in 1945
1602:
Inspiration of Saint Matthew
Rome, Contarelli Chapel 292 × 186 cm
Oil on canvas
1602:
John the Baptist
Rome, Capitoline Museums 129 × 94 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1602:
John the Baptist
Rome, Doria Pamphilj Gallery 129 × 94 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1602:
Incredulity of Saint Thomas (Secular version)
Potsdam, Sanssouci 107 × 146 cm
Oil on canvas
1602:
Taking of Christ
Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland 133 × 169 cm
Oil on canvas
1603:
Sacrifice of Isaac
Florence, Uffizi 104 × 135 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1603:
Holy Family with St. John the Baptist
New York City, Metropolitan Museum of Art (on loan) 118 × 96 cm
Oil on canvas
Disputed
c. 1603:
Entombment
Vatican City, Vatican Museums 300 × 203 cm
Oil on canvas
1603:
Crowning with Thorns
Prato, Cariprato Bank 125 × 178 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1604:
Madonna of Loreto
Rome, Sant'Agostino 260 × 150 cm
Oil on canvas
1604:
John the Baptist
Kansas City, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 172.5 × 104.5 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1604:
John the Baptist
Rome, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Palazzo Corsini 94 × 131 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1604:
The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew
London, Hampton Court PalaceThe Royal Collection 140 × 176 cm
Oil on canvas
1605:
Christ on the Mount of Olives
Berlin, Kaiser Friedrich Museum 154 × 222 cm
Oil on canvas
Destroyed in 1945
c. 1605:
Ecce Homo
Genoa, Palazzo Bianco 128 × 103 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1605:
Saint Jerome in Meditation
Montserrat, Museum of Montserrat 118 × 81 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1605:
Saint Jerome Writing
Rome, Borghese 112 × 157 cm
Oil on canvas
1605:
Portrait of Pope Paul V
Rome, Private Collection of the Prince Borghese 203 × 119 cm
Oil on canvas
Disputed
1605:
Still Life with Fruit on a Stone Ledge
Rome, Borghese 87 × 135 cm
Oil on canvas
Disputed
1606:
Madonna and Child with St. Anne (Dei Palafrenieri)
Rome, Borghese 292 × 211 cm
Oil on canvas
[10]
1601–1606:
Death of the Virgin
Paris, Musée du Louvre 369 × 245 cm
Oil on canvas
1605/1606:
Magdalene grieving
Rome, Private Collection 112 × 92 cm
Oil on canvas
1606:
Mary Magdalen in Ecstasy
Rome, Private collection 106.5 × 91 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1606:
Saint Francis in Meditation
Cremona, Museo Civico Ala Ponzone 130 × 90 cm
Oil on canvas
1606:
Supper at Emmaus
Milan, Brera Fine Arts Academy 141 × 175 cm
Oil on canvas
1607:
Judith Beheading Holofernes
New York, J. Tomilson Hill collection Oil on canvas Disputed attribution. Also attributed to Louis Finson.[11][12][13]
1607:
Seven Works of Mercy
Naples, Pio Monte della Misericordia 390 × 260 cm
Oil on canvas
1607:
Crucifixion of Saint Andrew
Cleveland, Cleveland Museum of Art 202.5 × 152.7 cm
Oil on canvas
1607:
David with the Head of Goliath
Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum 90.5 × 116 cm
Oil on wood
1607:
Madonna of the Rosary (Madonna del Rosario)
Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum 364.5 × 249.5 cm
Oil on canvas
1607:
Crowning with Thorns
Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum 127 × 165.5 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1607:
Flagellation of Christ
Naples, Museo di Capodimonte 390 × 260 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1607:
Christ at the Column
Rouen, Musée des Beaux-Arts 134.5 × 175.5 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1607:
Salome with the Head of John the Baptist
London, National Gallery 90.5 × 167 cm
Oil on canvas
1607:
Saint Jerome Writing
Valletta, St. John's Co-Cathedral 117 × 157 cm
Oil on canvas
1608:
Portrait of Alof de Wignacourt and his Page
Paris, Musée du Louvre 195 × 134 cm
Oil on canvas
1608:
Portrait of Fra Antonio Martelli
Florence, Pitti Palace 118.5 × 95.5 cm
Oil on canvas
1608:
Beheading of Saint John the Baptist
Valletta, St. John's Co-Cathedral 361 × 520 cm
Oil on canvas
1608:
Sleeping Cupid
Florence, Pitti Palace 71 × 105 cm
Oil on canvas
1608:
John the Baptist
Valletta, MUZA, The Malta National Community Art Museum 100 × 73 cm
Oil on canvas
Disputed[14]
1608:
Annunciation
Nancy, Musée des Beaux-Arts 285 × 205 cm
Oil on canvas
1608:
Burial of Saint Lucy
Syracuse, Santuario di Santa Lucia al Sepolcro 408 × 300 cm
Oil on canvas
1609:
Raising of Lazarus
Messina, Museo Regionale 380 × 275 cm
Oil on canvas
1609:
Adoration of the Shepherds
Messina, Museo Regionale 314 × 211 cm
Oil on canvas
1609:
Salome with the Head of John the Baptist
Madrid, Royal Collections Gallery 116 × 140 cm
Oil on canvas
1609:
Tooth Puller
Florence, Pitti Palace 139.5 × 194.5 cm
Oil on canvas
Disputed
1610:
Denial of Saint Peter
New York City, Metropolitan Museum of Art 94 × 125 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1610:
Saint Francis in Prayer
Rome, Church of San Pietro in Carpineto Romano
currently in deposit at
Il Museo E La Cripta dei Frati Cappuccini, Palazzo Barberini
130 × 90 cm
Oil on canvas
c. 1610:
John the Baptist
Rome, Borghese 159 × 124 cm
Oil on canvas
1610:
David with the Head of Goliath
Rome, Borghese 125 × 101 cm
Oil on canvas
[15]
1610:
John the Baptist
Munich, Private collection 159 × 124 cm
Oil on canvas
1610:
Martyrdom of Saint Ursula
Naples, Galleria di Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano 106 × 179.5 cm
Oil on canvas
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. ^ a b "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.
  5. ^ "Caravaggio, Young Boy Peeling Fruit, c. 1592".
  6. ^ "Caravaggio tra originali e copie".
  7. ^ Spike, John T. (2010). Caravaggio, 2nd revised edition. London: Abbeville Press.
  8. ^ a b Pilo, Giuseppe Maria (2017). Arte | Documento n. 33, Arte a Venezia, Arte a Europa (in Italian). Giuseppe Maria Pilo, Centro per lo Studio e la Tutela dei Beni Culturali Venedig. Venezia. pp. 156–161. ISBN 978-88-6512-576-2. OCLC 1010736069.((cite book)): CS1 maint: location missing publisher (link)
  9. ^ a b c d 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. ^ Heritage Malta (2022). "A painting historically attributed to Caravaggio displayed at MUŻA".
  15. ^ "David with the Head of Goliath". Borghese Gallery. Archived from the original on 2005-11-24.

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