Tiepolo


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Italian painter (1696-1770)

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We had a more relaxed welcome from Count Passi di Prepsulo and his family - wife Barbara, mother Elisabetta, son Gian Luca and daughter Gaia - at their home, Villa Tiepolo Passi, which has a working farm and serves up gastronomic wonders: polenta, radicchio, quince, meats and cheeses prepared from amily recipes with their very own Prosecco from the young vineyard.
Here is a sky determined to maintain The reputation of Tiepolo, A moving vision of a shapely mist, Full of the splendor of the insubstantial.
Left: Giandomenico Tiepolo, (1727-1804), The Minuet, 1756 (oil on canvas), Barcelona, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Francesc Cambo Bequest, 1949.
We had a friendlier welcome from Count Passi di Prepsulo and his family - wife Barbara, mother Elisabetta, son Gian Luca and daughter Gaia - at their home, Villa Tiepolo Passi, which has a working farm and serves up gastronomic wonders: polenta, radicchio, quince, meats and cheeses prepared from age-old family recipes with their very own Prosecco from the young vineyard.
Among those represented: Correggio, Giulio Romano, Parmigianino, Salvator Rosa, Poussin, Bernini, Canaletto, and Tiepolo, to name just a few.
At the same time, his contemporaries such as Tiepolo, Guardi and Ricci were painting and sculpting religious, mythological and historical dramas in the grand Baroque tradition.
Metastasio might have been describing the work of his contemporary Giambattista Tiepolo, whose art blended history, mythology, legend, and scripture in a grand manner.
Opting for a more relaxing way to indulge, the following day I settled for tea with renowned artist Giambattista Tiepolo - or rather perched on plush sofas in front of the recently acquired Rococo paintings by Tiepolo which grace the hotel lobby's cocktail bar.
Even so, there are some distinguished names among the artists represented here, including Drer (the famous engraving The Fall of Man), Jan Steen, Tiepolo, Goya, Reynolds, William Nicholson and William Roberts.
Alpers, whose interests range from Bruegel to Tiepolo, although she is best known for her work on Dutch art, sees an opportunity to ruminate on the practice of painting from Velazquez and Vermeer all the way to Manet and Picasso.
THE Courtauld Gallery's opulent set of oil sketches by Giambattista Tiepolo, until recently on display at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, forms the core of its latest exhibition, All Spirit and Fire (25 February-29 May).
Here he is, in his later years--the giant who single-handedly toppled the world of Veronese, the first to shuffle that deck of neatly arranged values that were so central to artistic expression from Giotto to Tiepolo.
On the upper landing, large occuli punched into the rood admit more daylight; and luminance washes over polished plaster walls in Tiepolo blue and pale pearly colours.
The Stations of the Cross are copies of those by Tiepolo in the church of the Frari in Venice and were ordered by Elizabeth herself.
Nicola Marziliano, [1] * Elisabetta Pelo, [2] Barbara Minuti, [2] Ilaria Passerini, [2] Francesca Torricelli, [2] and Luigi Da Prato [1] ([1] Sequence Detection System/Genetic Analysis Core Laboratory, PE Europe BV, Via Tiepolo 18, 20052 Monza, Italy; [2] Cytogenetics and Genetic Unit, Florence Hospital "Careggi", 50122 Florence, Italy; * author for correspondence: fax 39-039-8389497, e-mail nicola.