Painting by Paolo Veronese “Feast of Simon the Pharisee.” The size of the picture is 540 x 830 cm, canvas, oil. The mature period of Veronese is also characterized by a gradual change in its picturesque system. His compositions become, as a rule, more populous.
The complex and rich in plastic and picturesque effects of the movement of a large mass of people – the crowd – is perceived as a single living entity. A complex symphony of colors, their full throbbing interweaving movement creates a different sound than the sound of the colorful surface of the picture in the era of the High Renaissance.