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Ti·tian

 (tĭsh′ən) Originally Tiziano Vecellio. 1488?-1576.
Italian painter who introduced vigorous colors and the compositional use of backgrounds to the Venetian school. His works include the altarpiece The Assumption of the Virgin (1518).

Ti′tian·esque′ adj.

ti·tian

 (tĭsh′ən)
n.
A brownish orange.

[After Titian (from his frequent use of the color in his paintings).]

ti′tian adj.
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Titian

(ˈtɪʃən)
n
(Biography) original name Tiziano Vecellio. ?1490–1576, Italian painter of the Venetian school, noted for his religious and mythological works, such as Bacchus and Ariadne (1523), and his portraits
ˌTitianˈesque adj
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Ti•tian

(ˈtɪʃ ən)

n.
1. (Tiziano Vecellio) c1477–1576, Italian painter.
2. (l.c.) a bright golden brown color.
adj.
3. (l.c.) bright golden brown: titian hair.
Ti`tian•esque′, adj.
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Noun1.Titian - old master of the Venetian school (1490-1576)Titian - old master of the Venetian school (1490-1576)
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Titian

[ˈtɪʃɪən] NTiciano
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Lehmann, ruminating about Tizian Tabidze, 'one of the finest poets in Tiflis', was secure in his ignorance that, by the time of Prometheus's publication, Tabidze had been secretly tortured and murdered by Beria.