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Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto.

J B Stoughton Holborn

Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto.

by J B Stoughton Holborn

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Published by Bell in London .
Written in English

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  • Tintoretto, -- 1518-1594.

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    SeriesGreat Masters series
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17447557M

    In his youth, Tintoretto was also known as Jacopo Robusti as his father had defended the gates of Padua in a way that others called robust, against the imperial troops during the War of the League of Cambrai (–). His real name "Comin" was discovered by Miguel Falomir of the Museo del Prado, Madrid, and was made public on the occasion Birth place: Venice, Italy. Jacopo Tintoretto, Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto, Jacopo Tintoretto, (Jacopo Robusti), Il Tintoretto, Jacopo Robusti il Tintoretto, Jacopo Robusti, Il Tintoretto Date of birth Date of death Artworks See all 11 artworks.

    Get this from a library! Life and genius of Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto. [Frank Preston Stearns; Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)]. She was the eldest daughter of the painter Jacopo Robusti, from whom she inherited her nickname, la Tintoretta (translated as "little dyer girl", after Jacopo's father's occupation as a tintore, or dyer). She is thus variously known as Marietta Robusti, Marietta Tintoretto, and la Tintoretta. She was followed by three brothers and four sisters.

    In the Gallery there is listed the painting named "La Maddalena", but it was painted by the son of Jacopo, Domenico Tintoretto. --Jipre , 14 February (UTC) Naming. Interchanging Robusti and Tintorreto is very confusing. I would suggest all uses revert to Tintorreto, as this is the commonly used name; this is certainly the custom. Appears in books from Page 29 - the lowermost part of the picture are numerous figures, to represent or signify the other principal Schoolsf or Companies of Venice ; the Carita for example, that of San Giovanni Evangelista, the Misericordia, San Marco, and San Teodoro ; all which was executed after the usual manner of Tintoretto.


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Jacopo Robusti: Called Tintoretto [ ] Paperback – August 10, by Stoughton Holbourn, Ian Bernard (Author)Author: Stoughton Holbourn, Ian Called Tintoretto. book. Tintoretto was born Jacopo Comin and called Jacopo Robusti in youth, but artistically he was often called Il Furioso, for the fury in which in painted.

He may have trained with Titan inbut it is said the master sent him home after a brief ten Jacopo Robusti because of his obvious talents.

Jun 12,  · Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content. Life and genius of Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto by Stearns, Frank Preston, Publication date Topics Tintoretto, Halesowen Chronicle Newspaper Harlow Star Newspaper Kidderminster Chronicle Newspaper Mk News Newspaper Books by Language Additional Collections Featured Jacopo Robusti All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now.

Tintoretto, byname of Jacopo Robusti, (born c. ce, Venice [Italy]—died May 31,Venice), great Italian Mannerist painter of the Venetian school and one of the most important artists of the late Renaissance.

His paintings include Vulcan Surprising Venus and Mars (c. Susanna and the Elders is a painting by the Venetian painter Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti, –). Robusti, also known as Tintoretto or Il Furioso, for the energy and "fury" with which he painted, depicted both sacred and profane subjects in a period sometimes known as the Venetian “golden century”.Artist: Tintoretto.

Tintoretto was an Italian painter and a notable exponent of the Venetian school. His contemporaries both admired and criticized the speed with which he painted, and the unprecedented boldness of his brushwork. For his phenomenal energy in painting he was termed Il Furioso. His work is characterised by his muscular figures, dramatic gestures and bold use of perspective, in the Mannerist style.

In his youth, Tintoretto was also known as Jacopo Robusti Born: Jacopo Comin, late September or early. Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto Biography.

Jacopo Tintoretto was born in Venice around as Jacopo Comin, the eldest of Giovanni Comin's 21 children. The name Tintoretto was derived from the name of his father's profession, tintore, or dyer.

Tintoretto began dabbling in painting from an early age, often using his father's dyes to doodle on. Jacopo Robusti obtained his more familiar nickname Tintoretto (or “little dyer”) after his father’s profession. He was one of the most prolific artists in Venice during the High Renaissance, specializing in large-scale religious narrative scenes, altarpieces, mythological subjects, and southindiatrails.com style was characterized by an exaggerated and dramatic use of perspective and foreshortening.

Feb 11,  · 5. Jacopo Robusti, called il Tintoretto () The Removal of Saint Mark’s Body, Oil on Canvas - x cm Venise, Gallerie dell’Accademia Photo: Gallerie dell’Accademia. Starting with the productive ’s, Tintoretto reveals the depth of his talent in the large formats, an aspect of his work exhibited in two rooms.

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Full text of "Jacopo Robusti Called Tintoretto". The Allegory was first published by von Bercken as a work from the yearsbut Coletti and Pallucchini both place the painting a decade later, for Pallucchini around the year In the late 's, Tintoretto's works manifest a clear response to the artist's contemporary Paolo Veronese.

This is evident, as Pallucchini indicates, not only in compositional and stylistic details, such. Jacopo Tintoretto e la Scuola Grande di San Rocco by TINTORETTO - Valcanover Francesco and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at southindiatrails.com Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Artist Biography: Jacopo Tintoretto was nicknamed "little dyer" for his father's humble occupation of tintore, a dyer, and il Furioso for his violent application of paint.

When Venetian dignitaries observing him asked why he worked much faster than others, the artist quipped, "Because they haven't got so many pests around to drive them crazy.". Jacopo Robusti or Tintoretto. Jacopo Tintoretto was born in Venice in as Jacopo Comin and lived there until his death in He was the eldest child in a family of His father was a dyer of fabrics (‘tintore di panni’ in Italian), so he was called Tintoretto, or the little dyer.

Jacopo started painting at a very young age. Pages in category "Jacopo Tintoretto" The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 southindiatrails.com location: Venice.Biography of Jacopo Tintoretto Childhood and Education.

There are few details known about the childhood and early life of the Italian artist Tintoretto. Born Jacopo Robusti, even the year of his birth is unclear with scholars placing it sometime in either or It's the th birthday of Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto, and Venice is celebrating his genius, combustible and expansive as it is.

Titian scorned him as an upstart, but the young Venetian Author: Brian T. Allen.