Bassano workshop The heyday of the Bassano workshop dates back to the 1570s. At this time, out of it came out a myriad of rural scenes for biblical and allegorical
In the late 1550’s, Bassano leaves the Mannerist experiences and returns to the Renaissance, broad and expressive, manner of writing. Judging by the works of the early 1560s, the return
In the small space of the picture are inscribed the figures of the apostles and Christ. Poses, gestures, expressions of people speak of the strong excitement of the apostles. Bassano
This work, commissioned by the Church of San Girolamo in Bassano, is the most revealing for Jacopo da Ponte in the early 1540s. At first glance, it may seem that
Jacopo da Ponte, nicknamed for the city, in which, with the exception of his young years, when he studied in Venice, spent his whole life, was nevertheless popular in Serenissima.
The portrait presented here refers to the late period of Bassano’s work. Until the 1570s he turned to the genre of the portrait extremely rarely, and generally treated him more
Later, Bassano’s canvas, painted in bright colors, is distinguished by an accentuated play of light. A wide palette of cool, glowing tones creates the effect of a light-filled space.
Rural scenes – this is perhaps the most original part of the creative heritage of Bassano. They are undoubtedly connected with the pastoral tendency “that began in the Venetian school
The execution of this work is so realistic that some researchers proposed to redirect its authorship to one of the masters of the XVII century. But the realism of this
Peak “manneristic searches of Bassano most modern art historians consider the canvas John the Baptist in the desert,” 1558. Thus, Dzampetti, a prominent researcher of Bassano’s creativity, saw in him
Apparently, during the life of the artist, this picture enjoyed almost the most popularity, than his rural scenes, – we have reached a huge number of repetitions of this composition.
In Flight to Egypt “the mannerist motifs sound, perhaps even more distinctly, than the Madonna and the Child and John the Baptist.” Particularly in Parmigian’s way, the images of the
The works of Jacopo Bassano, whose painting belongs to the Venetian school, are colorful, multi-figured and filled with movement. In them there are features of Mannerism and noticeably the baroque
Rest on the way to Egypt is accepted to date the beginning of the second half of the 1540s. This picture is distinguished by the nobility and exquisite simplicity of