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The 18 Artworks of Tiziano Vecellio Titian and created around 1515



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Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - FloraFloraTiziano Vecellio (Titian)

'In the second half of the 16th century Titian was continually overburdened with commissions for work - from Charles V and Philip II, from the Republic and from many churches. Overcoming the crisis of Mannerism shortly before his stay in Rome at the Papal court (1545/6), Titian's work now took on a ...

Galleria degli Uffizi (Florence, Italy)
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Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - Flora (detail)Flora (detail)Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)

Francesco Maria della Rovere (1490-1538) succeeded his uncle Guidobaldo da Montefeltre as ruler of Urbino. Though at first protected by his uncle Pope Julius II (Giuliano della Rovere), he lost power under the Medici Pope Leo X, but was able to regain his territories after his death. He was one of I...

Galleria degli Uffizi (Florence, Italy)
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Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - JudithJudithTiziano Vecellio (Titian)

According to Vasari this painting was commissioned by the Farnese family in 1546. Titian arrived to Rome in 1545 and he met there several cardinals and artists and he was even received by Pope Paul III.A few decades earlier, Pope Leo X (1475-1521), who was a great patron of Pope Paul III, was also p...

Galleria Doria Pamphilj (Rome, Italy)
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Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - Profane Love (Vanity)Profane Love (Vanity)Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)

In classical times, Cupids were considered to be the children of nymphs, who were the female nature spirits who were closely linked to Venus. Titian depicted every one with a precise eye for the enchanting freshness and comic gestures of small children.

Alte Pinakothek (Munich, Germany)
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Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - Portrait of the Physician Gian Giacomo Bartolotti da ParmaPortrait of the Physician Gian Giacomo Bartolotti da ParmaTiziano Vecellio (Titian)

Titian worked on this painting in the summer of 1576, when Venice was devastated by a terrible plague which was to kill his favourite son Orazio. The iconography derives from a Giulio Romano fresco of the same subject in the Palazzo Te in Mantua, but Titian accentuates the terrifying savagery of the...

Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna, Austria)