Madonna di Loreto is the focus of this second part in the BBC Radio 3 Series
The second part in this BBC Radio 3 series on Caravaggio is presented by Professor Sybille Ebert-Schifferer, Director at the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute in Rome, and author of the monograph, 'Caravaggio - Sehen - Staunen - Glauben' [See - Be Amazed - Believe]. Her dedication to getting to the truth about Caravaggio through scholarship, as opposed to biased accounts and hearsay, is particularly refreshing.
If you also find Sybille's approach intriguing, you may be interested in tracking down some of her publications, which include the English language work Still Life: A History
Unlike the initial episode, this focuses on one major work and did not require a video accompaniment! You can stream directly from the player below, or download the .mp3.
BBC Radio 3 - Reflections of Caravaggio Part 2/5