Titian : Love, desire, death /

This book presents a detailed study of the complete series and is lavishly illustrated with details of these emotionally charged paintings. The book explores Titian's creative process, technique, his use of literary and visual sources and his artistic legacy as well as his correspondence with P...

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Author / Creator: Wivel, Matthias, 1975- (Author)
Other Authors / Creators:Titian, approximately 1488-1576, artist.
Brown, Beverly Louise, 1948- contributor.
Corsato, Carlo, contributor.
Dalla Costa, Thomas, contributor.
Dunkerton, Jill, contributor.
González Mozo, Ana, contributor.
Hills, Paul, contributor.
Packer, Lelia, contributor.
Pocobene, Gianfranco, 1957- contributor.
Portús Pérez, Javier, contributor.
Silver, Nathaniel E., contributor.
Spring, Marika, contributor.
Weston-Lewis, Aidan, contributor.
Stephenson, Johanna, editor.
Lupi, Livia, translator.
Suffield, Laura, translator.
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:National Gallery (Great Britain), host institution.
Scottish National Gallery, host institution.
Museo del Prado, host institution.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, host institution.
Format: Book
Imprint: London : National Gallery Company, 2020.
Other uniform title:Titian, women, myth and power.
Mythological passions, from Titian to Velázquez.
Table of Contents:
  • Divine and fatal: an account of Titian's Poesie / Matthias Wivel
  • Titian's transformations: colour and emotion in the Poesie / Paul Hills
  • Acquiring knowledge from ancient things: the literary and visual sources of Titian's Poesie / Beverly Louise Brown
  • Modes of painting: Titian's technique in the Poesie / Jill Dunkerton, Ana González Mozo, Gianfranco Pocobene, and Marika Spring
  • The artistic legacy of Titan's Poesie / Javier Portús
  • Catalogue. Cat. 1: Danaë, Wellington Collection, Apsley House, London / Matthias Wivel
  • Cat. 2: Venus and Adonis, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid / Matthias Wivel
  • Cat. 3: Perseus and Andromeda, The Wallace Collection, London / Lelia Packer
  • Cat. 4: Diana and Acteaeon, The National Gallery, London, and National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh / Matthias Wivel
  • Cat. 6: The rape of Europa, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston / Nathaniel Silver
  • Cat. 7: The death of Actaeon, The National Gallery, London / Matthias Wivel
  • The Poesie in correspondence / Thomas Dalla Costa
  • Selected correspondence
  • The Milan incident / Carlo Corsato.