These are pictures of the Flagellation of Christ by Caravaggio (1607), 286 x 213 cm, taken at the Sanguine exhibition at the museum for contemporary art in Antwerp. I took these during the summer months of 2018. They are mostly intended as reference pictures for personal use.
There was just one other painting by Caravaggio in the exhibition, Boy bitten by a lizard. It was behind glass, not very big and quite dark so I didn’t take any pictures of that one. Apparently there was also a film of another painting of Caravaggio, one of the Davids I believe, but I missed that.T
The rest of the art works in the exhibition were not that exciting.
In the bottom left corner there is some kind of red seal:
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