Tintoretto is included in the galaxy of the best masters of the late Renaissance along with Veronese and Titian. His colleagues are distinguished by the highest speed of work, as well as sparkling and spiritual talent. Why did Venice artists not like him, and what is the implication of Paradise, the largest oil painting in the world?
Tintoretto biography and creativity
The Tintoretto family (his real name is Jacopo Robusti) came from Lombardy. Father, Giovanni, was a dye (tintore), and his son was nicknamed Tintoretto – “little dyer.” Jacopo was born and worked in Venice, which at that time was a storehouse of talents. The favorable geographical position (Venice Continue reading