Allegory of prudence by Titian Vecellio

“Allegory of prudence” was written in oil in 1565-1570. The authorship is attributed to the Italian painter Titian. At work, there are three heads of animals looking in different directions,

Read more

Venus, tied Amur’s eyes by Titian Vecellio

In the late period of creativity Titian was captured by the creation of dramatically filled pictures on Christian subjects, but antiquity still attracted him. The artist shared the belief of

Read more

Crowning with thorns by Titian Vecellio

After Christ was condemned to the crucifixion, he was given to the soldiers for dishonor. “When they had divided him, they put a purple robe upon him, and plaited the

Read more

The Trinity in Glory by Titian Vecellio

The Emperor Charles V described the painting in addition to his desire, in which he ordered that the main throne be adorned with a picture depicting the Last Judgment. She

Read more

Hunting Diana by Titian Vecellio

The picture is not finished. It is assumed that she was to enter the cycle dedicated to Diana and commissioned by Titian Philip II in 1556. Apparently, the picture was

Read more

Rural concert by Titian Vecellio

This work is one of the mysteries of European painting: despite its indisputable quality and epochal importance, opinions differ regarding its creator and the theme itself. It is an outstanding

Read more