Tiziano (Tiziano Vecellio, 1490, Pieve di Cadore - 1576, Venezia), “Autoritratto” / “Self-Portrait”, ca. 1566, Olio su tela / Oil on canvas, 86 x 69 cm, Museo del Prado, Madrid
Titien. Portrait d'une jeune femme (v. 1536).
"The Death of Actaeon" is an unfinished work (note the missing bow string) by Titian, which was probably painted mostly in the mid-1560's. The painting is inspired by the Greek legend of Actaeon, who was turned into a stag by Artemis and was torn apart by his own hounds. (Let this be a lesson to peeping toms everywhere. If the object of your ardor just happens to be a rather feisty & independent goddess, make sure you leave the dogs at home. ~KC~)
Titian, the renaissance master from Venice.
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