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Jacopo Tintoretto
Jacopo
 Tintoretto
Italia 1518−1594
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The artist Jacopo Robusta (better known as Tintoretto, 1518/1519 – 1594.) the master of the Venetian school of the late Renaissance.
Born in Venice. His nickname (Tintoretto – "little Dyer") was due to his father's profession of Dyer. Early showed a talent for painting, he enrolled for training to Tiziano and soon began to make progress. According to legend, it is scared of a teacher who divined in him a dangerous rival, Titian refused him further education.

The creativity and work of the artist

Names of famous paintings of Jacopo Robusta:
• "The Origin Of The Milky Way";
• "The last supper";
• The "Abduction Of Helen";
• "The last judgment";
• "Bacchus, Venus and Ariadne" and others.
The artist's paintings keenly showed the coming tragedy of the era, the proximity of change. "Talking" there were many titles Robusta. He used advanced techniques of composition, angles, perspectives. The work of Jacopo Robusta differ rapid mobility. The master sought to describe and record what occurs, moves and then disappears, without stopping for a long time before my eyes. He also willingly wrote and portraits, amazing great production figures, the power of colors and expressiveness.
The names of the paintings and their images are presented on pages Archive.

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