Minneapolis Institute Of Arts Exhibit: Titian & The Golden Age of Venetian Painting

March 17, 2011
Titian & The Golden Age of Venetian Painting

Titian is one of my favorite paintings from one of my favorite periods of art, the Italian Renaissance. The exhibition comes courtesy of the Masterpieces collection from the National Galleries of Scotland. I’ve already got my tickets. The exhibition runs now through May 1.

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Critics Don’t Like Renior’s Later Works

August 11, 2010

Pierre Auguste Renoir created some 4000 pictures in his lifetime. Martha Teichner looks at the controversy about his late work and how, even though his hands were completely crippled by arthritis, he kept painting until the day he died.

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