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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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Translations
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Titian

[ˈtɪʃɪən] NTiciano
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Chris Bujak and Pam Vecellio of Continual Impact, based in Kempton, work with companies to build a culture of growth, innovation and high performance.
(36.) Reychler G, Colbrant C, Huart C, Le Guellec S, Vecellio L, Liistro G, et al.
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Entre otras pinturas que comparten la centralidad del escudo podemos senalar obras tales como Perseo y Andromeda (1607-1608) de Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli, la copia renacentista que Tiziano Vecellio (1554-1556) realiza con oleo sobre lienzo de la obra anonima conocida como Andromeda y el dragon, el oleo de Charles Antoine Coypel (1694-1752) titulada Perseo rescata a Andromeda, y la misma escena recobrada por Piero di Cosimo (1513), Paolo Veronese (1576-1578), en casi todas las versiones de Cavaliere d'Arpino (1593-1594, 1594-1595, 1594-1598), Pier Francesco Morazzone (1610), Peter Paul Rubens (1636, 1638), Guido Reni (1635), Pieter Pottel (1642), Francois Lemoyne (1723) y Charles Andre van Loo (1735-1740).
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Dressed in street clothes, his models were asked to assume poses from the paintings of Renaissance masters, such as Tiziano Vecellio and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 27 August 2017: on August 27 in 1576, the Iconic Italian painter Tiziano Vecellio also known as Titian passed away.
As for intertextuality, on the other hand, it is well known that his half-sensual, half-mystical appreciation, so to say, for Vecellio's art is not original to D'Annunzio: many had trodden this path before, from the 16th-century Dialogo d'amore of Sperone Speroni (1978), in which Tullia d'Aragona exalts Titian's painting as "il Paradiso d'i nostri corpi"/"the Paradise of our bodies" (p.