[jawr-joh-nee; Italian jawr-jaw-ne]
- Giorgione de CastelfrancoGiorgio Barbarelli, 1478?–1511, Italian painter.
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Rubens, Giorgione, Klee and Corot have painted it; Jean Cocteau has turned it into film.Ann Wroe’s ‘Orpheus’: Why the Mythological Muse Haunts Us
May 31, 2012
Moore is delighted with a Titian and Giorgione at the Fitzwilliam.Letters of Edward FitzGerald
The official catalogue of 1903 persists in ascribing it to Giorgione.The Story of Paris
Giorgione would have set them, wild and fragrant, among their leaves, in her hand.On the Old Road Vol. 1 (of 2)
We cannot realise what they meant at that period—these new ideas of Giorgione.
In the work of Giorgione the Renaissance finds its most genuine expression.
- Il. original name Giorgio Barbarelli. ?1478–1511, Italian painter of the Venetian school, who introduced a new unity between figures and landscape
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