Caravaggio and Poussin
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This paper reviews and discusses the works of Michelangelo da Caravaggio and Nicolas Poussin. According to the paper, Caravaggio and Poussin were not contemporaries but have been linked in art history because of the criticisms Poussin made of Caravaggio and because of the differences in approach seen in their aesthetic ideas and the works they produced following those ideas.
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