OTHER WORDS FROM TitianTi·tian·esque, adjective
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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.