Titian

生於 1488. 卒於 1576.
Interested in selling a work by Titian?
Start Selling

Works by Titian at Sotheby's

Past Lots

Titian 生平

Born Tiziano Vecellio sometime between 1488 and 1490, Titian was a leading figure in Italian Renaissance painting, the most important member of the Venetian school and one of the most versatile artists of his period, producing portraits, landscaped backgrounds, mythological and religious subjects with incredible facility and bravura. His unprecedented use of color, subtlety of tone and loose brushwork influenced countless artists and earned him such patrons as Pope Paul III, King Philip II of Spain and the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.

Apprenticed to Giovanni Bellini and Giogione as a teenager, Titian was recognized as a master in 1516, when he realized The Assumption of the Virginfor the high altar of the Basilica dei Frari in Venice, where it is still in place. In its brilliant combination of several scenes taking place on different levels – heaven and earth, the infinite and the temporal – the work caused a sensation. During this period, the artist also painted half-length figures of young women; large mythological scenes such as Bacchus and Ariadne (1520–23); and small Madonnas set in beautiful landscapes, such as The Madonna of the Rabbit (1530).

Starting with The Death of St Peter Martyr (1529), the artist combined violence and landscape, creating a sense of drama that heralded the Baroque. During the next two decades, his portraits of princes, men of the church and artists radiated with their subjects’ interior life, while his 1548 portrait of Charles V established a new genre: the grand equestrian portrait. From 1550 until his death of the plague, Titian was largely in the employ of Philip II, for whom he created masterful mythological paintings such as Danaë(1553) and The Rape of Europa(1562).

收起
展開

Museums with Works by Titian

Close
藝術家形象: Credit: Georgios Kollidas / Alamy Stock Photo
敬請留意,本文所載指數表現和實際報酬率無法保證未來拍賣價格。此外,我們無法保證非特定藝術品收藏或股票能夠產生收益回報。蘇富比並非財務顧問,我們的業務亦非推薦藝術品作為投資之用。在預測未來藝術市場走向方面,我們沒有任何相對優勢。投資決定應建基於風險承擔取向與投資期限,如有需要,亦應向有註冊認可的財務顧問尋求意見。此資訊以「現況」(AS IS)提供,不代表亦不保證(明示或默示的)準確性、商售性、某特定用途的適用性、任何其他性質的陳述或保證或資訊中提供的任何明確的觀點。