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Art lovers are invited to immerse themselves in Italian painter Caravaggio's scenes of pain and pleasure in an exhibition with a difference – there is not a single canvas on show.The "Caravaggio Experience" is starting shortly after the Victoria and Albert Museum in London also opened an exhibition that reinterprets the work of another Italian master, showing Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli's works alongside versions by pre-Raphaelite and pop artists.The technique of plucking certain characters from the original backgrounds used in the Caravaggio exhibition can also help art historians with their studies, Strinati said.
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