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Titian: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Tiziano Vecellio was the greatest artist of the Venetian School, recognized as immense genius in his own time and his reputation as one of the giants of art has never been sincerely questioned.... More > Lomazzo described him as the 'sun amidst small stars not only among the Italians but all the painters of the world'. He was supreme in every branch of painting and his achievements were so varied that he has been an inspiration to artists of very different character. Poussin, Rubens, and Velazquez are among the painters who have particularly revered him. In many subjects, above all in portraiture, he set patterns that were followed by generations of artists. His free and expressive brushwork revolutionized the oil technique: Vasari wrote that his late works "are executed with bold, sweeping strokes, and in patches of color, with the result that they cannot be viewed from near by, but appear perfect at a distance..."< Less
Titian: 130 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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Tiziano Vecellio was the greatest artist of the Venetian School, recognized as immense genius in his own time and his reputation as one of the giants of art has never been sincerely questioned.... More > Lomazzo described him as the 'sun amidst small stars not only among the Italians but all the painters of the world'. Poussin, Rubens, and Velazquez are among the painters who have particularly revered him. In many subjects, above all in portraiture, he set patterns that were followed by generations of artists. His free and expressive brushwork revolutionized the oil technique: His meticulous execution and concern for detail suggest the light, space, and variety of physical forms in his drawings too. He suggested textures through varying styles of line, carefully and economically placed hatchings even created air with line, as in the atmosphere that envelops the objects.< Less
Titian: 130 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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Tiziano Vecellio was the greatest artist of the Venetian School, recognized as immense genius in his own time and his reputation as one of the giants of art has never been sincerely questioned.... More > Lomazzo described him as the 'sun amidst small stars not only among the Italians but all the painters of the world'. Poussin, Rubens, and Velazquez are among the painters who have particularly revered him. In many subjects, above all in portraiture, he set patterns that were followed by generations of artists. His free and expressive brushwork revolutionized the oil technique: His meticulous execution and concern for detail suggest the light, space, and variety of physical forms in his drawings too. He suggested textures through varying styles of line, carefully and economically placed hatchings even created air with line, as in the atmosphere that envelops the objects.< Less
Titian: A Play for Young Audiences By Nora Tully
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The Italian Renaissance is reconstructed in this story of the boyhood of the famous painter Tiziano Vecelli, later called Titian. Tiziano, a poor son of a cobbler, longs to be a painter, but only the... More > rich can go to Venice and study with the great masters. An opportunity presents itself for Tiziano when he enters a competition that will take the winner to Venice for an apprenticeship with Bellini, the prominent artist. However, the wealthy son of a landowner is determined to win the competition himself and plots to destroy any chance that Tiziano might have. This realistic play for youth is a moving portrait of the young artist and the struggles he had to overcome to achieve his goals.< Less
Tiziano Vecellio: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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Tiziano Vecellio (known as Titian) was the greatest representative of the Venetian School and he was recognized as a genius in his own time. He has been an inspiration to artists like Rubens,... More > Velazquez, Poussin and many others. In Italy, the woodcut was taken into new land by Titian. He never attempted engraving, but was very aware of the significance of printmaking as a capital of further expanding his own reputation. Titian drew directly on the block, and the cutter followed his characters as closely. Drawings by Titian are extremely rare. Known in his paintings for exploring the effects of light, Titian showed that he could achieve similar effects simply by line. His concern for detail suggests the light, space, and diversity of forms. Unfortunately, there are survived only thirty-five to forty known drawings by Titian, though he was a prolific painter.< Less
The Painter of Angels By Cristina M. Cavaliere
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The action begins in the late spring of 1560, at the end of a century ravaged by wars and great historical and religious changes. In that decline, the Venetian painter Tiziano Vecellio is caught in... More > his studio, in front of a sketched canvas. The authoritative, disenchanted Master, now seventy-years-old, is waiting for the visit of the “painter of angels”, a mysterious artist just arrived in Venice, whose incredible gifted artwork was so sublime as to have earned him the title of “Painter of Angels”. Tiziano senses a foreboding danger to his position, fame and standing, won over a lifetime of service to princes and popes. In fact, the arrival of the young artist does upset both the professional and private life of Tiziano and will throw him and his beliefs into inner conflict. In a dramatic crescendo of spiritual revelations, the duel between the two artists will shift from Venice to Bergamo, and back to Venice, until the unexpected, double ending that will add the last brush stroke to the masterpiece.< Less
The Painter of Angels By Cristina M. Cavaliere
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The action begins in the late spring of 1560, at the end of a century ravaged by wars and great historical and religious changes. In that decline, the Venetian painter Tiziano Vecellio is caught in... More > his studio, in front of a sketched canvas. The authoritative, disenchanted Master, now seventy-years-old, is waiting for the visit of the “painter of angels”, a mysterious artist just arrived in Venice, whose incredible gifted artwork was so sublime as to have earned him the title of “Painter of Angels”. Tiziano senses a foreboding danger to his position, fame and standing, won over a lifetime of service to princes and popes. In fact, the arrival of the young artist does upset both the professional and private life of Tiziano and will throw him and his beliefs into inner conflict. In a dramatic crescendo of spiritual revelations, the duel between the two artists will shift from Venice to Bergamo, and back to Venice, until the unexpected, double ending that will add the last brush stroke to the masterpiece.< Less
2nd Side Of The Coin By Saurin Sengupta
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If u want to know how Titian's Diana and Actaeon, can end in love, lies and betrayal then this is the book for you... Dive into an enthralling journey..!!!
Thomas Couture: Conversations and Writings By Thomas Couture
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Couture, student of David's student Baron Gros, teacher of Puvis de Chavanne and Manet, discusses drawing, composition, Titian, Delacroix and many other subjects. Translated in English, published in... More > 1879.< Less
Masters of the Renaissance By Dan Kretschmer
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The Renaissance was a return to classical ideas. This was a period of time when humanity itself was experiencing a rebirth of new growth in all fields of human endeavor. The artists of this period... More > were highly creative and were using some innovative techniques new to the time such as linear perspective. This book is an informative guide of one of the richest periods in art history. It begins with an introduction to the history of art from the Stone Age to the Late Middle Ages. It goes on to describe the cultural phenomenon known as the Renaissance and chronicles some of the advancements of painting, sculpture, and architecture. Then it gives a look at 18 of the Renaissance's most notable artists: Arcimboldo, Bosch, Botticelli, Bramante, Bruegel, Brunelleschi, Correggio, Donatello, Durer, Fouquet, Giorgione, Grunewald, Holbein, Leonardo, Mantegna, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian. < Less