Tintoretto: The Wedding of Ariadne and Bacchus, 11 x 14 Print

About the Artist

Jacopo Tintoretto (1518/1519–1594) was known for the remarkable energy of his work. His contemporary Giorgio Vasari described him as the “most extraordinary brain that painting has ever produced.” Considered to be one of the three great painters of 16th-century Venice along with Titian and Paolo Veronese, Tintoretto is admired for his dramatic treatments of sacred and secular narrative subjects and his insightful portraits of the Venetian aristocracy. His bold and expressive brushwork, which made his paintings seem unfinished to his contemporaries, is now recognized as a key step in the development of oil-on-canvas painting.

Tintoretto: The Wedding of Ariadne and Bacchus, 11 x 14 Print

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This 11x14-inch reproduction of Jacopo Tintoretto's The Wedding of Ariadne and Bacchus (1578) accompanies the exhibition Tintoretto: Artist of Renaissance Venice.

  • 11 x 14 inches


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