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    The piece I chose to analyze is Portrait of a Friend of Titian by Renaissance artist Tiziano Vecellio (known in English as Titian). The portrait was painted circa 1550, right in the middle of the “High Renaissance,” or the height of artistic achievement during the Renaissance movement. Titian was likely commissioned to paint this portrait by his friend, as during that time wealthy patrons could afford to have their portraits done by well-known artists. Titian was one of the four most famous artists of the High Renaissance, and although he was Venetian, he painted portraits for patrons all over Europe. Unlike DaVinci and Michaelangelo, other well-known artists of the time, Titian did not paint in fresco, opting instead for oil on canvas for…

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    titian was a great artist who brought more life and color to the renisance through his paintings. Born in 1490ca in Pieve di Cadore, Italy with no particular date. he passed away on 27 of august 1576 venice italy. When titian was about 10 years old he arrived in venice as one of the wealthiest cities in the worls. John van eyck lived around 20 years before titian was born. He is well knowen for the ghent alterpice which is 12 medium sized paintings put together in to one big alterpice. leonardo…

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    The height of the Renaissance fostered a war zone within Venice. Aspiring artists hoped to cement their legacy as the likes of Giovanni Bellini or Raphael, but few managed to achieve what Titian did. Critics rave over Titian’s vibrant use of color and his masterful brushstroke. Many studied under Titian, but where was their success? Why was there seemingly such a remarkable barrier of skill between Titian and those below him? Three works of art on display at The MET’s Gallery 607 allow for a…

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    Tiziano Vecellio Analysis

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    Tiziano Vecellio, an Italian artist more commonly known as Titian, was born in 1488 and lived until 1576. The Madonna and Child with a Female Saint and the Infant Saint John the Baptist is a work created by Titian in the 1530s. This panel is done in oil medium and measures three feet and five and one half inches by four feet and ten and three eights inches, however because it is framed it appears larger measuring four feet and six and half inches by five feet and eleven and one eighth inches.…

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    Museum of Art. Titian was one of the greatest Venetian artist of the sixteenth century and was well known for his remarkable use of color and for his appealing renderings of the human form. He contributed to all of the major areas of Renaissance art which included painting allegories, portraits, mythologies, and pastoral landscapes with figures. The sacred figures in this painting are the Virgin Mary and her son Christ, who both emit a fascinating humanity. This formal analysis will express how…

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    Piete Vs Pieto

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    For my compare and contrast essay, the artworks I picked are “Pieta” by Titian and “Lamentation” by Giotto Di Bondone. Titian was born in Cadore, Italy in 1485 and died in 1576. He was an Italian painter during the Renaissance who painted works for Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, Pope Paul III, and King Philip II of Spain. Titian was a leading Italian painter that everyone admired. Most of Titian’s portraits displayed fresco, equally skillful landscape backgrounds, mythological, and religious…

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    He died in 1510 by the plague. However, he is reported as being a favorite of among the aristocracy. Giorgione, Bellini’s student, began to set the stage for one of the greatest Venetian artist in Venetian history, Titian. Giorgione’s style like Bellini, Basaiti, and Congeliano, incorporated the use of chiaroscuro, landscapes, naturalism, and perspective; but held an element of mystery. Giorgione’s work moved beyond his predecessors as the iconic symbolism was not present and it is a…

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    Throughout the Italian Renaissance numerous, revolutionary masterpieces were created. Jupiter and Io by Antonio Allegri da Correggio, Venus of Urbino by Titian, Mars and Venus United by Love by Paolo Veronese, and Sleeping Venus by Giorgione and Titian (Titian had only aided in completing the painting after his master, Giorgione, had passed away with the painting incomplete) are just a few examples of the mastery crafted by Renaissance artists. All of the pieces listed previously share some…

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    With in this investigation of the Venus and the Venus figure having the gaze directed at the viewer. This investigation will be looking at how the gaze and the nude female figure have changed over the centuries due to the advancement of women 's place in the world. The woman’s gaze is when the artist puts the characters eyesight directly at the viewer. This is something that is an artist choose to use to make a point to show the viewer that the woman is the desired object but also the one who is…

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    Research Paper On Titian

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    Titian Fact and Opinion Titian a high renaissance painter who hasn’t quite raise to fame in the current age such as Leonardo da vici but back in his age he was one of the most well-known artist of his time, and is still know as one of the forefront artist of the high renaissance. Taking his era even higher being known for his use of colors, as well of contribution to altarpiece paintings, mythologies, and landscapes. (Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History) He brought art to a new level and…

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