Monthly Archives: October 2017
The last great master of Venice of the 16th century, Jacopo Tintoretto, seems to be a complex and rebellious nature, a seeker of new paths in art, keenly and painfully experiencing the dramatic conflicts of modern reality.
Tintoretto introduces into her interpretation a personal, and often a subjectively arbitrary principle, subordinating human figures to certain unknown forces that scatter and circle them. Continue reading
The art of Giorgione was a real revolution in Venetian painting, had a huge impact on contemporaries, including Titian, whose work the readers of the magazine already had the opportunity to get acquainted. Recall that Titian is a central figure in the history of the Venetian school. Leaving the workshop of Giovanni Bellini and in his youth collaborated with Giorgione, he inherited the best traditions of the work of senior masters. Continue reading