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Meeting 1 Training And Techniques In 16th Century Venice
 

Meeting 1 Training And Techniques In 16th Century Venice

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An art history discussion on the materials and techniques used by a group of sixteenth-century Venetian painters.

An art history discussion on the materials and techniques used by a group of sixteenth-century Venetian painters.

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Meeting 1 Training And Techniques In 16th Century Venice Meeting 1 Training And Techniques In 16th Century Venice Presentation Transcript

  • TRAINING AND TECHNIQUES IN 16TH-CENTURY VENICE
  • BOOKS (I HAVE ALL OF THESE AND YOU ARE WELCOME TO BORROW THEM.) Seeing Through Paintings by Philippa Abrahams Breaks down Titian’s painting methods. Painting Techniques of the Masters by Hereward Lester Cooke Bright Earth: Art and the Invention of Color by Philip BallI Details the origin of pigments, their use and longevity. Titian: The Last Days by Mark Hudson About the best biography available. It’s a short read.
  • MORE IMAGES National Gallery of Art, London: http:// www.nationalgallery.org.uk/artists/titian Prado Museum (Type in “tiziano”): http:// www.museodelprado.es/index.php? id=995&no_cache=1&L=0&tx_obras[adv]= Web Gallery of Art: http://www.wga.hu
  • Philip Galle (Flemish, 1537-1612) A Painter’s Workshop (c. 1595) Engraving. Rijksprentenkabinet, Amsterdam.
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  • 26 PIGMENTS Yellow Ochre Ultramarine Raw Sienna Azurite Raw Umber Orpiment Green Earth Malachite Red Ochre Realager Burnt Sienna Led tin yellow Burnt Umber Smalt Ivory Black Vermillion Lamp Black Red Lead Indigo Copper resinate Saafron Carmine (cochineal) Buckthorn Brasil Gamboge Lac
  • SUPPORTS
  • Giovanni Bellini (1430-1516) Agony in the Garden (c. 1480) Egg tempera on board. National Gallery of Art, London.
  • Gentile Bellini (1429-1507) Sultan Mehmet II (c. 1485) Egg tempera and precious stones on panel. National Gallery of Art, London.
  • Giovanni Bellini (1430-1516) and Workshop. The Circumcision (c. 1500) Oil and Egg Tempera on Canvas. National Gallery of Art, London.
  • Giovanni Bellini (1430-1516). Madonna and Child (c. 1504) Oil and Egg Tempera on Canvas. National Gallery of Art, London.
  • Titian (1490-1576) Bacchus and Ariadne (c. 1520) Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Art, London.
  • Titian (1490-1576) Noli me Tangere (c. 1514) Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Art, London.
  • Titian (1490-1576) Presentation of the Virgin at the Temple (c. 1534) Oil on canvas. Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice
  • Titian (1490-1576). The Vendramin Family (c. 1540) Oil canvas. National Gallery of Art, London.
  • Titian. Prepatory drawing for the Betrayal of Christ by Judas.
  • Raphael Sanzio (DATES) A Knight’s Vision, Study (1504) Charcoal on paper.
  • Raphael Sanzio (DATES) A Knight’s Vision, Study (1504) Oil on canvas.
  • Veronese (Venice, 1528-1588) The Marriage at Cana (c. 1563) Oil on canvas. Musée du Louvre, Paris.