Publisher description for Titian : essays / by Charles Hope ... [et al.] ; catalogue edited by David Jaff‚e ; with contributions from Nicholas Penny, Caroline Campbell, Amanda Bradley.
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In this gorgeously illustrated book, renowned Titian scholars examine some of the celebrated artist’s masterpieces and discuss his life and times, portraits, replicas, and technique. The reproductions and text provide new evidence of Titian’s genius as a stylistic innovator.“A gem of a catalog. Interestingly written, well-documented and beautifully illustrated essays update the scholarship on particular aspects of the life and work of Titian. . . . Highly recommended.”—ChoiceCharles Hope is director of the Warburg Institute and professor at the University of London
Jennifer Fletcher was most recently senior lecturer at the Courtauld Institute
Jill Dunkerton is restorer in the conservation department at the National Gallery, London
Miguel Falomir is head curator of Italian Renaissance painting at the Prado, Madrid
is senior curator at the National Gallery, London
Nicholas Penny is senior curator of sculpture at the National Gallery of Art, Washington
Caroline Campbell is assistant curator of Renaissance paintings at the National Gallery, London
Amanda Bradley is supervisor and guest lecturer in the Department of History of Art, University of Cambridge.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Titian, ca, 1488-1576 Exhibitions, Titian, ca, 1488-1576 Criticism and interpretation