Tintoretto


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 (tĭn′tə-rĕt′ō, tēn′tō-rĕt′tō) Originally Jacopo Robusti. 1518-1594.
Italian painter of religious, mythological, and historical subjects as well as portraits. His works include Saint George and the Dragon (c. 1550).

Tintoretto

(ˌtɪntəˈrɛtəʊ; Italian tintoˈretto)
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(Biography) Il (il). original name Jacopo Robusti. 1518–94, Italian painter of the Venetian school. His works include Susanna bathing (?1550) and the fresco cycle in the Scuola di San Rocco, Venice (from 1564)

Tin•to•ret•to

(ˌtɪn təˈrɛt oʊ)

n.
Il (ēl), (Jacopo Robusti), 1518–94, Venetian painter.
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In the Senate Chamber of the ancient Republic we wearied our eyes with staring at acres of historical paintings by Tintoretto and Paul Veronese, but nothing struck us forcibly except the one thing that strikes all strangers forcibly--a black square in the midst of a gallery of portraits.
029 2087 8889 ARTS The Arts Society Cardiff Lecturer Sian Walters presents a talk about Tintoretto and the Scuola Di San Rocco in Venice.
Forced out of London by an angry mob, Bute retired to an estate at Luton, where he spent the rest of his years in private study and amassing a collection of 500 paintings, including major works by Venetian painters such as Tintoretto, Bordone, and Veronese.
The recovered works included those by Rubens, Tintoretto, Pisanello, Caroto and Mantegna, the government statement said, without including details about how the works were found.
Unlike Fioravanti who rejected the reigning medical culture, Biow presents Tintoretto as one so invested in the collective culture that his work affirms it and himself as exemplars of it.
La coleccion cuenta con un nutrido acervo de grandes maestros europeos y novohispanos como El Greco, Tintoretto, Tiziano, Murillo, Zurbaran, los Cranach, Rubens, Villalpando, Paez y Cabrera; asi como de artistas del Impresionismo y las primeras vanguardias: Renoir, Monet, Cezanne, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh y Picasso.
Asi, en los dos primeros cuartetos se inspiraria en las representaciones pictoricas que recogen la escena justo despues de la decapitacion de Holofernes por parte de Judith, particularmente en la magistral version de Tintoretto, mientras que en el ultimo terceto planteamos que el Fenix podria estar realizando una ecfrasis de la escena en la que la heroina hebrea exhibe de manera triunfal la cabeza del general asirio desde lo alto de los muros de Betulia.
He has been the chef de cuisine at Il Palazzetto, the Hassler's boutique adjunct commanding the most dramatic views of Rome, and at the Tintoretto, in another grand address with a view: the Park Hotel Buergenstock at Lucerne, Switzerland.
One of the great, and perhaps somewhat underappreciated, artists of the late Italian Renaissance is the superb artist Tintoretto.
Art and Music in Venice edited by Hilliard T Goldfarb, bursts with colour and information on every page, including lavish reproductions of paintings from Tiepolo, Canaletto and Tintoretto among others.
Prominent on the list were eight works recently removed from the Augustinian nunnery of San Giacomo on the island of Murano, six of which were by Paolo Veronese (1528-88) and came from the church; the other two, The Wedding Feast at Cana by Tintoretto (1518-94) and The Martyrdom of St Agatha by Palma Giovane (1554-1628), came from the nuns' refectory and the chapel inside the convent respectively.
Headline names of our European civilization - Michelangelo, da Vinci, Canaletto, Titian, Tintoretto - take our breath "away.