High resolution image viewers of Caravaggio paintings of San Matteo from the church San Luigi dei Francesi

In the fall of 2009, with Piers Wardle, Naoko Fukumaru and Adam Lowe, I recorded the three Caravaggio paintings depicting the life of San Matteo (Saint Matthew) in the church of San Luigi die Francesi (Saint Louis des Français), in Roma, Italia. We worked every night for nearly 4 weeks using a matrix parallel system made of a vertical linear guide that was standing on rails along the bottom of the paintings on the floor. We shot dozens columns of dozens of photographs to cover the entire surface of all the paintings. The resulting data was later stitched together to produce three multi-gigapixel files that were used to produce three far-similes for the town of Caravaggio, in 2010.
Using the link below it is possible to access online high resolution image browsers of this data, produced by myself for Factum Arte.

High resolution image viewers of Caravaggio paintings of San Matteo from the church San Luigi dei Francesi.

High resolution image viewers of Caravaggio paintings of San Matteo from the church San Luigi dei Francesi