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Titian: Vanitas
Titian: Vanitas

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Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland

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Titian
Titian

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Titian: VanitasTitian: Vanitas

The Poet of the Image and the Shade of Beauty

Published by Silvana Editoriale.
Edited with text by Lionello Puppi, Serena Baccaglini. Text by Giorgio Reolon, Barbara Putova, Silvia Miscellaneo, Antonio Genova.

Beginning with the analysis of two works by Titian (ca. 1488–1576) preserved in the Czech Republic—the so-called “Vanitas” belonging to the Prague Castle Collections, a portrait of a beautiful young woman usually interpreted as an allegory of vanity, and the gruesome “Flaying of Marsyas” housed in the Archbishop’s Palace in Kromeriz—Titian: Vanitas deals with the artistic and existential life of the Cadore-born painter and presents the two paintings in the context of Titian’s broader production. This volume, edited by Lionello Puppi and Serena Baccaglini and including texts from Giorgio Reolon, Barbara Putova, Silvia Miscellaneo and Antonio Genova, delves into the artist’s process and self-presentation, from the preparation of models and the production of replicas to the success of the artist and the intention and manipulations of his self-portraits.

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TitianTitian

Published by Silvana Editoriale.
Edited by Giovanni C.F. Villa.

Perhaps the most enduringly influential painter of the Italian Renaissance, and the epitome of Venetian sensuality and color, Titian has inspired fanatical devotion in painters from Rubens to Velasquez, Rembrandt and beyond. With this majestic volume, published to accompany what will be the most important exhibition in Italy in 2013, he receives his most substantial monograph treatment in more than two decades. “The Concert” and “La Bella” (from the Palazzo Pitti); “Flora” (the Uffizi); “Charles V with a Dog” and the “Self-Portrait” (from the Prado); and the infamous “Flaying of Marsyas” (from the Kromeriz): these are just some of Titian’s most celebrated paintings, all of which will be exhibited at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, in an exhibition designed as the magnificent conclusion to a sweeping overview of Venetian painting. In this accompanying catalogue, Titian’s entire artistic career is represented at the most detailed level, decade by decade, scrutinizing his masterly sense of color and the development of his brushwork, with information gleaned from new scientific analysis of works carried out for the occasion. Also included are entries and essays by some of the world’s most illustrious experts on this great Venetian master.
Titian (born Pieve di Cadore, circa 1485–1576) began his career as an apprentice to Giorgione, and soon became the most important of the Venetian painting school. He died in his late 80s, a victim of the Venice plague--the only victim to be given a church burial.

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Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of ScotlandTitian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland

Published by Yale University Press.

For the past 65 years, the National Galleries of Scotland has displayed the acclaimed Bridgewater Collection, one of the world’s most important groups of Old Master paintings still under private ownership. Consisting largely of French and Italian works, the collection includes Titian’s Diana and Actaeon (recently purchased by the National Galleries of Scotland and the National Gallery of London) and Diana and Callisto, each an undeniable masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance.

This catalogue accompanies an unprecedented exhibition of 25 paintings and drawings from the National Galleries of Scotland. In addition to the works by Titian, the book features paintings and drawings by Lorenzo Lotto, Jacopo Bassano, Tintoretto, and Veronese. With special emphasis on the Titian masterpieces, the authors discuss the Bridgewater Collection and its long, proud history of bringing Old Master paintings to public view.

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