Vittore Carpaccio

Vittore Carpaccio - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Vittore Carpaccio (Venice ~ 1460 - ~ 1526), ??whose real name was Scarpazza, is a narrative Italian painter of the Venetian school, emulating Gentile Bellini and Lazzaro Bastiani, influenced by Flemish painting Vittore. Carpaccio was one of the first to use the presence of architecture, Vedute (cityscapes), foreshadowing a gender. He will picture the Venetian reality in an invariably serious and naive and sometimes picturesque way, alongside the pictorial mode of his time. He was his whole life to the service of Scuole (schools), charitable brotherhoods that employed artists whose patrons were illustrious Venetian families, which explains the prominent presence of their emblems in his works.

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Vittore Carpaccio

Hunting on the Lagoon

€37.00
1490-1495, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA
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Vittore Carpaccio

Portrait of a Knight

€37.00
1510, Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Madrid, Spain
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