Lives of Titian
Titian’s name is synonymous with the Renaissance, and as one of the most successful artists of the time, he’s researched deeply in this book by iconic art historian Giorgio Vasari.
Explained through insightful passages and full-colour pages of his work, you see just why the Italian painter had a lasting influence on Western art.
With further accounts from the likes of Aretino and Borghini, this book shows just why his contemporaries called him "The Sun Amidst Small Stars".
|Author||Giorgio Vasari, Sperone Speroni, Pietro Aretino, Ludovico Dolce, Raffaele Borghini, Francesco Prisicianese|
|Dimensions||11 x 17.9 cm Pocketbook|
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