Titian
Titian became an artist's apprentice in Venice as a teenager.Titian is considered one of the greatest painters of the Italian Renaissance. Titian trained under two other seminal Venetian artists, Giovanni Bellini and Giorgione. Titian is known above all for his remarkable use of color; his painterly approach was highly influential well into the seventeenth century. Titian contributed to all of the major areas of Renaissance art, painting altarpieces, portraits, mythologies, and pastoral landscapes with figures. Titian's first major public commission inTitian achieved international fame through his numerous portraits, including those of Emperor Charles V, who wished to be painted by no other artist, and Pope Paul III. Titian's portraits are remarkable for the way in which they seem to express a psychological dimension while also suggesting something of the sitter's status and importance. Venice, the Assumption of the Virgin for the high altar of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari (1516–18)
Painted in the year 1532
Titian used Oil on canvas for this art work
The kneeling woman has often been identified as Saint Catherine but she is shown without her usual attribute of the wheel on which she was tortured.
Titian set many of his religious subjects in a pastoral landscape.
Titian initially painted a figure at the left offering flowers to the Virgin. The artist later painted over this figure with a thicket and a finch, a symbol of Christ’s Passion
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The woman in blue is virgin
Angel seems to be looking at the herd of sheep

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