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From the later part of the 15th century, Venice had a distinctive, thriving and influential art scene. Considered to bring a primacy of color over line, this tradition was seen to contrast with the Mannerism then prevalent in the rest of Italy, and the Venetian style is viewed as having had a great influence on the subsequent development of painting. This short book explores the work and lives of some of the main painters from the Venetian School: Niccolò Bambini (1651–1736), painter Marco Basaiti (c. 1470–1530), painter, rival to Giovanni Bellini Pietro Baseggio (14th century), architect and sculptor Francesco Bassano the Younger (1549–1592), painter, eldest son of Jacopo Bassano Jacopo Bassano (1510–1592), painter Leandro da Ponte Bassano (1557–1622), painter, third son of Jacopo Bassano Lazzaro Bastiani (1449–1512), painter, teacher of Vittore Carpaccio Gentile Bellini (c. 1429–1507), official portrait artist for the Doges of Venice Giovanni Bellini (c. 1430–1516), painter, probably the best known of the Bellini family Jacopo Bellini (c. 1400–c. 1470), painter, father of Gentile and Giovanni Bellini Bernardo Bellotto (c. 1721/2–1780), urban landscape painter and printmaker Giuseppe Benoni (1618–1684), architect Eugene de Blaas (1843–1932), painter in the Academic Classicism school Boccaccio Boccaccino (c. 1467–c. 1525), painter belonging to the Emilian school Camillo Boito (1836–1914), architect and engineer and many more.
bound: 297 pages
publisher: Memetics Ireland (May 16, 2017)
filesize: 271659 KB