Paolo Veronese


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Noun1.Paolo Veronese - Italian painter of the Venetian school (1528-1588)Paolo Veronese - Italian painter of the Venetian school (1528-1588)
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Renaissance Roy For cynics who chuckle at the idea of reincarnation I give you this 16th century painting by Italian renaissance artist Paolo Veronese.
The Venetian aristocrat in the oil by Italian artist Paolo Veronese - called Portrait of Gentleman In A Fur - is a dead-ringer for Ireland's assistant manager, down to the streaked beard.
An ongoing exhibition at a Polish museum in Krakow showcases examples of this fascination via a selection of paintings by such masters as Albrecht DE-rer, Hans Memling, Vincenzo Bellini, Tintoretto and Paolo Veronese, offering a glimpse of the 16th century Ottoman Empire through the eyes of Renaissance masters.
The Italian embassy in Tashkent urged caution in 2012 when the museum displayed a painting by Italian Renaissance master Paolo Veronese - which the museum called a lost masterpiece of western art - saying further work was needed to confirm the work was genuine.
Although the word 'magnificence' is something of a cliche when applied both to the culture of 16th-century Venice and to the art of Paolo Veronese (1528-88), it is also a truism.
Ribeiro, a WAM volunteer and member of Worcester Garden Club who has participated in Flora in Winter since its inception, enlisted the help of a local welder to help her make the perfect wrought iron container for her floral interpretation of Venus Disarming Cupid by Paolo Veronese.
Burckhardt, focusing on the Italian Renaissance, chose as one of his exemplars an artist largely overlooked today: the Venetian painter Paolo Veronese.
Paolo Veronese (1528-1588) was one of the giants of Venetian Renaissance painting.
I found that the first information about the painting was published by the 'Turkestanskiye Vedomosti' newspaper in 1886 and was attributed to Paolo Veronese and belonged to Grand Duke Nikolai Konstantinovich Romanov who lived in Tashkent," Azizov said.
One 11-year-old pupil reflecting on the chosen picture, by 16th century Venetian illusionist artist Paolo Veronese, said: "It sort of feels like a bit of that painting is in me now.