Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

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Italian painter (1696-1770)


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1754-56, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696-1770), oil on canvas, 48x29cm
Three multi-million pound masterpieces by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo hint that this place is a bit special.
Despite the exhibit's decidedly French accent, its organizers evidently couldn't resist putting the enchanting Portrait of a Boy by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo on the cover of the catalogue.
They're embedded in an 18th-century fresco by a follower of the famous Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, painter to the European royals.
Of the latter genre, a work by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Capricci (1743), is noteworthy for two reasons, one, that it confronts death, as the Carceri do, and the other is that Piranesi worked in Tiepolo's studio just prior to etching his Carceri (Wilton 15).
Paul Getty Museum has acquired a painting by the 18th century rococo master Giovanni Battista Tiepolo for a reported price of $2.
Another highlight is a black chalk, pen and brown ink and wash Assumption of Mary Magdalene by the inimitable Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, once in the collection of Prince Alexei Orloff (30,000 [pounds sterling]-40,000 [pounds sterling]).