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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Featured alongside are works by his teacher Giovanni Bellini and his contemporaries Jacopo Tintoretto (1515-1594) and Paolo Veronese (1528-1588).
Later works by the Bassanos and Paolo Veronese give further contemporary context.
Paolo Veronese (POW-loh veh-roh-NAY-zuh) painted "St.
<B September 1942: Attendants take a painting by Paolo Veronese out of storage for routine inspection, left, in a subterranean chamber at the Manod Quarry, above
L'immagine scelta dall'autore, emblema della generazione di fine XVI see., e la Dialettica che Paolo Veronese dipinse tra il 1575 e 1577 nel palazzo Ducale di Venezia.
This is not the Europa we've come to know, the soft sliver of a maiden gliding with her snow-white bull across one of Paolo Veronese's canvases or the Greek two-euro coin.
The leading Venetian school was that of Giovanni Bellini (1430-1516) and several members of his family, followed by Giorgione (1478-1510) and Titian (1490-1576), and later Paolo Veronese (1528-88) and Tintoretto (1519-94) (5,6).
A temporary export ban has been placed on a Paolo Veronese drawing valued at around GBP15m, in an attempt to keep the 400 year old artwork in the UK, the Department for Culture, Media & Sport reported on Tuesday.
Renaissance Roy For cynics who chuckle at the idea of reincarnation I give you this 16th century painting by Italian renaissance artist Paolo Veronese. It's called Gentleman In A Fur and the man being immortalised is a dead ringer for Roy Keane, the Gentleman In A Fury.
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.