A speciality of the Venetian school arising from the characteristics we have described is its portraiture.
We have to divide the history of the Venetian school into three parts.
As for the partridge, this is frequently introduced into sacred pictures, especially those of the Venetian school.
One of those who entered so closely into the spirit of the Venetian school that he may almost be included within it, is Savoldo.
In its historical development the Venetian school may be divided, like other schools, into three main periods.
The whole Venetian school, indeed, does not deal with what we understand as bright colour.
The chief merit of such improvement, or rather perfection of the art, was due to the Venetian school.
If his work has a careless and unfinished air, he has most of the Venetian school to support him.
We do not meet with any of that noble architecture in his paintings, that adds so much dignity to those of the Venetian school.
In this rudely-drawn picture the future glory of the Venetian school, its gorgeous color, is plainly indicated.