Art History 334
Survey of Italian Renaissance Art
The Slide Lists: Page Four
Fifteenth-century Venetian Art
Before we get started: here are some paintings by Paolo
Veneziano, the leading painter of the Italo-Byzantine style of the
Giovanni Bellini (1426-1516)
Doge Leonardo Loredan. ca. 1501.
- Enthroned Madonna and Saints (the San Zaccaria
Altarpiece). San Zaccaria, Venice, 1505.
- Laura. 1506.
Tempest ("Tempestuous Landscape with the Soldier and the Gypsy"), 1505/1510.
- The Sleeping Venus, ca. 1510. See photo on this page, above
Titian (ca. 1490-1576)
While we languish under tornado watches, there is a huge
exhibition on the paintings of Titian at the National Gallery in
Man with the Blue Sleeve ca. 1508.
Assumption of the Virgin. 1516-1518. Location: church of Santa Maria
Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice. KNOW THIS
Madonna of the Pesaro Family, 1519-1526. Also located in the church of
Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice. KNOW THIS.
Venus of Urbino Compare with Giorgione's Sleeping Venus. Ignore
the first paragraph of the attached description.
- Sacred and
- By the way, here is Titian's portrait of the infamous Pietro
Aretino, the self-named "Scourge of Princes" who nagged Michelangelo
for a work of art and when he didn't get it, retaliated by leading
criticism of his Last Judgement as indecent. 1545.
Portrait of Jacopo Strada. 1567/68. One of Titian's last portraits,
and apparently one of his least-favorite people.
Pieta`. 1576. Intended for Titian's tomb monument in the
Frari. St. Jerome at the lower right is a self-portrait of the aged
Jacopo Tintoretto (1518-1594)
Paolo Veronese (1528-1588)
Some Architecture: Jacopo Sansovino and Andrea
First, a few photos: the Ca'Doro (House of
Gold), a luxurious 15th-century palace that shows the basic design
elements of Venetian domestic architecture; A Friendly Venetian; Piazza San
Marco during acqua alta; the Piazza
and the church of San Marco at night
Jacopo Sansovino: 1486-1570
Andrea Palladio: 1508-1580
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