During the course of several days in July, renowned artist Cornelius Sullivan and Senior Researcher Guillermo Gleizer worked on branches of a theory of evolution of classical arts, with emphasis in Caravaggio, Sullivan's preferred subject. Sullivan's studio in Gloucester, MA, and the house of a mutual art theorist, were the venues for these sessions. Some of Sullivan's work can be appreciated at corneliussullivan.com. The artist agreed to come to Rome to hold a seminar and show some of his works illustrating the evolution of art over the centuries.
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