Related formsTi·tian·esque, adjective
Examples from the Web for titian
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.
The door at the top of the steps opened and Titian ran lightly down.Unfinished Portraits|Jennette Lee
He further calls the hue, "a roseate smile," and is reminded of Titian's pencil.
Michael Angelo and Titian were eighty-nine and ninety-nine respectively.Rambles in Womanland|Max O'Rell
There remains to be considered the splendid ever-living work of Titian.Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa|Edward Hutton
He sat51 to Titian several times; two of the portraits are to be seen in Naples and there are others to be seen elsewhere.Titian|Samuel Levy Bensusan
British Dictionary definitions for titian
Derived FormsTitianesque, adjective
Culture definitions for titian
A sixteenth-century Italian painter known for his portraits and for his innovative use of color.