On cover: The Portfolio monographs ... no. 37, July, 1898.
|Statement||by Claude Phillips ...|
|Series||The Porfolio artistic monographs ... [no. 37]|
|LC Classifications||ND623.T7 P5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||10012629|
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Titian (tĬsh´ən), c–, Venetian painter, whose name was Tiziano Vecellio, di Cadore in the Dolomites. Of the very first rank among the artists of the Renaissance, Titian was extraordinarily versatile, painting portraits, landscapes, and sacred and historical subjects with equal skill and a superb pictorial technique. Titian - Titian - Mythological paintings: The Venus and Cupid with an Organist and the Venus and the Lute Player are variations on the theme of the earlier Venus of Urbino. Aside from the emphasis on the idealized beauty of the nude goddess, it is generally believed that symbolism is involved in these pictures, although the precise meanings have been variously interpreted. The traditional date of Titian’s birth was long given as , but today most critics favour the later date of / Titian was the son of a modest official, Gregorio di Conte dei Vecelli, and his wife, Lucia. He was born in the small village of Pieve di Cadore, located high amid mountain peaks of the Alps, straight north of Venice and not. Mannerist aspects in Titian's work increased after this meeting. For much of the rest of his life, Titian worked for Charles V's son, Philip II of Spain, and his later works are characterised by a free and assured style that led one of his pupils to say that he worked more with his fingers than his brush.