Painting by Paolo Veronese “Mars and Neptune”. The size of the picture is 250 x 180 cm, canvas, oil. Compositional structure of the picture is typical for Veronese – the
This canvas Veronese created for the main altar of the church of San Sebastiano by order of Elizabeth Soranzo. The Madonna and the Child sit on the clouds as if
Painting by Paolo Veronese “Lucretia”. The size of the painting is 109 x 91 cm, canvas, oil. In this later work, devoted to the history of the death of a
Veronese often wrote New Testament meals, especially attracted to his most notable of them – the Last Supper. In the early works of the artist, the Savior’s meals turned into
Painting by Paolo Veronese “The Temptation of Saint Anthony”. The size of the painting is 198 x 151 cm, canvas, oil. Many artists from the Renaissance addressed a well-known biblical
In Babylon there lived a very rich man, Joachim, and he had a beautiful young wife, Susanna. Various distinguished and well-to-do townspeople visited Joachim to talk and hear advice. Once.
A brilliant representative of the Venetian school of painting in the Renaissance, whose art completed her “golden age” on a high note, Paolo Cagliari, called Veronese, as an artist formed
Creative destiny of Veronese was formed as it is possible more successfully. He was not yet thirty years old when he achieved official recognition and honorary government orders. Sensitively catching
This picture, along with three other works of Paolo, hanging on the opposite wall in the gallery building of Dresden, is one series. All four works were written in 1571
Painting by Paolo Veronese “The Resurrection of Christ” is written on the basis of a well-known biblical story. The size of the painting is 136 x 104 cm, canvas, oil.
Once in Egypt, the new Pharaoh came to the throne to be afraid of the growing influence of the Israelis who lived well in Egypt and they became more and
Painting by Paolo Veronese “Portrait of Daniel Barbaro”. The size of the picture is 140 x 107 cm, canvas, oil. In the late 1550’s Veronese creates and easel paintings, refers
At the end of the XVI century, at the courts of European monarchs, cloths of a secular nature began to be in great demand. While Veronese did not become an
“Annunciation” was written for Scuola Dei Mercanti, whose building is still today near the church of the Madonna del Orto. Originally the canvas was the central part of the triptych,