El Greco
EAN13
9782072877094
ISBN
978-2-07-287709-4
Éditeur
Gallimard
Date de publication
Collection
CARNET D'EXPO
Nombre de pages
52
Dimensions
17 x 12 x 1 cm
Poids
182 g
Langue
anglais
Langue d'origine
français
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The Iast great master of the Renaissance and the first major painter of the Spanish Golden Age, Doménikos TheotokópouIos (1541-1614),known as El Greco, hoIds a unique place in the history of art. Rediscovered by the avant-garde artists of the early twentieth century, his work is still interpreted through the lens of modemity. Born in Crete and trained in the Byzantine tradition of icon painting, El Greco continued his apprenticeship in ltaly, studying Venetian aesthetics and Roman Mannerism. He moved to Spain in the 1570s, bringing with him Titian's color, Tintoretto's daring and Michelangelo's sculptural power. He deployed his impressive range of talents in Toledo, where he created altarpieces and secular paintings, imposing an innovative artistic approach while constantly exploring new ground, in the process developing a profoundly personal visual language.
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