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ISBN:
1878351060
Author:
Francesco Valcanover
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Riverside Book Co (May 1, 1990)
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80 pages
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Vittore Carpaccio (UK: /kɑːrˈpætʃ(i)oʊ/, US: /-ˈpɑːtʃ-/, Italian: ; c. 1465 – 1525/1526) was an Italian painter of the Venetian school, who studied under Gentile Bellini.

Vittore Carpaccio (UK: /kɑːrˈpætʃ(i)oʊ/, US: /-ˈpɑːtʃ-/, Italian: ; c. He is best known for a cycle of nine paintings, The Legend of Saint Ursula. His style was somewhat conservative, showing little influence from the Humanist trends that transformed Italian Renaissance painting during his lifetime

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This drawing is a late compositional study for Carpaccio's panel painting of the Virgin and Child with Four Saints in the Musée du Petit Palais, Avignon

This drawing is a late compositional study for Carpaccio's panel painting of the Virgin and Child with Four Saints in the Musée du Petit Palais, Avignon. The Virgin and Christ Child with Saint John the Baptist and two female saints are set against a complex landscape background inhabited by three hermit saints. At center left, Augustine speaks to the small child; Jerome stands on the rocky arch; and Anthony Abbot sits just inside a small hut surmounted by a cross.

Francesco Valcanover’s most popular book is Carpaccio. Jacopo Tintoretto and the Scuola Grande of San Rocco by. Francesco Valcanover.

arpaccio is one of those masters of the great period of Venetian art about whose lives we know the least. We know that he was born in Istria, then one of the possessions of Venice; and we first hear of him as a painter in connection with Lazzaro Bastiani (of whom Vasari makes two persons, brothers of Carpaccio), who was a member of the school of S. Girolamo, in Venice, in 1470

Valcanover F (1989) Carpaccio: The library of great masters. Scala Riverside Book Company, New YorkGoogle Scholar.

Valcanover F (1989) Carpaccio: The library of great masters. 10. Dequeker J, Baeyens JP, Claessens J (1969) The significance of stature as a clinical measurement of ageing. J Am Geriatr Soc 17:169–179Google Scholar.

Vittore Carpaccio (. 460–1525/6) was a Venetian Renaissance era painter who studied under Gentile Bellini, and is known for a cycle of nine paintings, The Legend of Saint Ursula. Italian painter (1465-1526). Carpaccio - THE LAMENTATION, WITH THE MADONNA AND SAINTS JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA AND JOHN THE EVANGELIST, Perocco . pg 1,756 2,000; . 4 MB. Carpaccio - The Metamorphosis of Alcyone, c. 1502-1507. jpg 1,500 838; 292 KB. Carpaccio - Trionfo di San Giorgio (recto), 1505 c. .jpg 900 476; 235 KB.

Carpaccio was born in Venice or in Capodistria in Istria (then part of Venice, now Koper in Slovenia), the son .

Carpaccio was born in Venice or in Capodistria in Istria (then part of Venice, now Koper in Slovenia), the son of Piero Scarpazza, a leather merchant. Carpaccio, or Scarpazza, as the name was originally rendered, came from a family originally from Mazzorbo, an island in the diocese of Torcello. Documents trace the family back to at least the 13th century, and its members were diffuse and established throughout Venice. His principal works were executed between 1490 and 1519, ranking him among the early masters of the Venetian Renaissance

Vittore Carpaccio was probably born around 1465, in Venice, and started training as a painter in the 1480s. Venice at this time had a lively and artistic climate, open to the influences of Flemish painting and Northern European prints and etchings, as well as International Gothic and the new Renaissance style, which the young Carpaccio picked up on during his formative years as an artist. Carpaccio examines Carpaccio's paintings, reproduced in full colour, in the cultural context of Venice in the 15th and 16th century. The San Giorgio degli Schiavoni cycle in studied in depth, with paintings shown in detail.
  • Tholmeena
Gorgeous book and loved learning about a painter I new little about.
  • Puchock
Beautiful art book