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Caravaggio: Genius, Thug, Gangster, Nightmare Tenant

Nightmare tenant? Oh, yes - he poked holes in the roof of his apartment and threw rotten vegetables at his landlady. That in addition to the murder, brawling, whoring and vandalism. In fact, writes Noah Charney, "we know far more about Caravaggio than most pre-modern artists because he was brought to trial so often."
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