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Saint Paul's Conversion

Item # 1991580

Michelangelo Caravaggio

<p>Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571 - 1610) was a controversial and influential Italian artist. Throughout his lifetime in the 17th century, Caravaggio lived in multiple cities around Italy where he practiced his craft. His short-lived career still allowed him time to create a stunning body of work.</p>

<p>CARAVAGGIO, Michelangelo Merisi da (1573-1610). Saint Paul's Conversion. c. 1600-1601. ITALY. Rome. Church of Santa Maria del Popolo. Baroque art. Oil on canvas. .. AISA/Everett Collection</p>

Bring high quality wall art into your home or office with a canvas print that will never warp or sag. Our solid faced canvas prints are 1.25” thick and feature a sealed, finished back and pre-installed hanging hardware. It’s designed to hang tough and is super easy to display. Explore our framed canvas print options for an eye-catching accent.

Long-Lasting Color and Detail

<p>Our giclée canvas wall art prints are reproduced with high quality, UV-resistant, environmentally-friendly, latex inks and artist grade, polycotton canvas. We pride ourselves on color accuracy and image clarity to ensure your new canvas print lasts for years to come.</p>

Clean Corners and Finished Back

<p>Our solid faced canvas prints feature a patented, warp-resistant design that produces outstanding gallery wraps. These 1.25” thick wrapped canvas prints also include a sealed, enclosed back to keep out dust and protect your walls.</p>

Lightweight and Easy to Install

<p>Install your stunning new wall art in just minutes with our pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware and easy-to-manage lightweight design. Even though they're light, our rock-solid construction boasts long-lasting durability.</p> <p>Featured image: <a href="/view/sunshine-and-love,2790040/?ref=pdp-feature">Sunshine And Love by Nikki Chu</a>.</p>

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