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Published by National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


  • Painting, Venetian -- Exhibitions,
  • Painting -- Italy -- Venice -- Exhibitions

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Edition Notes

Other titlesVenetian painting : National Gallery of Art color slide program.
ContributionsNational Gallery of Art (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17790608M

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National Gallery of Art. [1] Provenance according to Kress records in NGA curatorial files. [2] The painting is listed in the Duveen Brothers General Stock Book for the period 1 June to April , and is annotated "Purchased Aug. 3, " (copy in NGA curatorial files; Duveen Brothers Records, Accession No. , Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles: r box ). Grounding their art in the senses, they appealed to the eye -- and the spirit -- through brilliant color, glowing light, and the beauties of nature. Long ties with Byzantium had left a lingering preference for gold mosaics and iconlike images of the Virgin, but by the s Venetian painters had absorbed the renaissance innovations of Florence. The array of objects on the table seem to allude to discord; the arithmetic book, for example, is open at the page concerning mathematical division. The portrait is a supreme display of Holbein’s skill in composing images and in manipulating oil paint to recreate a variety of textures. Today the opinion of Titian scholars has steered towards a reacceptance of A monk with a book, again assigning this canvas a place within the canon of genuine works by the great Venetian painter. Text by Dr Ted Gott from Painting and sculpture before in the international collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, National Gallery of.

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