OTHER WORDS FROM TitianTi·tian·esque, adjective
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For Sadeler had already created a hugely successful series of twelve emperors, mostly copied from Titian’s paintings in the Camerino dei Cesari, But he did not stop there.There’s No Definitive List of Roman Empresses. Their Individual Stories Still Matter|Mary Beard|October 12, 2021|Time
She owned original artworks by Rembrandt, Velazquez and Titian.
Hall suggests that Titian possibly used self-portraits to manipulate how old the public thought he was.
The Daily Pic: At the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin, Titian asks 'What's the rush?'
The Daily Pic hits 100K fans, and they get a gift of this Titian miracle.
The Daily Pic: In 1510, Titian was already seeing hell as a factory.
After that the Titian Foreign Office took a hand, and the poor girl's troubles began.The Colonel of the Red Huzzars|John Reed Scott
It is in the work of his fellow-pupil and Titian that the great Venetian treasure of the Uffizi lies.
I say nothing of Titian here: preferring to speak of him in dealing with his more various and numerous work in the Pitti Palace.
In another portrait of about the same time, the Young Englishman , we have Titian at his best.
Vandyke, Reynolds, Titian—he deemed these the great triumvirate of portraiture.Art in England|Dutton Cook
British Dictionary definitions for Titian
Derived forms of TitianTitianesque, adjective
Cultural definitions for Titian
A sixteenth-century Italian painter known for his portraits and for his innovative use of color.