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The Flight into Egypt, c.1508 by Titian

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Painting Title:

The Flight into Egypt, c.1508


Artist:

Tiziano Vecellio Titian (c.1485-1576)


Location:

The State Hermitage Museum St. Petersburg Russia


SKU:

TTV-9492

Original Size:

206 x 336 cm

Medium:

This painting reproduction will be completely painted by hand with oil paints on a blank linen canvas.



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Topic: The Flight into Egypt, c.1508 by Titian
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Entered the Hermitage between 1763 and 1774; from the second half of the 19th century was in the Gatchina Palace; returned to the Hermitage in 1924.
E. Liphart, in 1915, ascribed the picture to Paris Bordone, but later supported the authorship of Titian. According to the Hermitage catalogue of 1958, it was painted by the artist jointly with his brother Francesco Vecellio in the early 1500s.
T. Fomichova, however, believes the canvas to be an independent work of Titian's which shows the influence of Carpaccio and Giorgione.

X-ray photographs reveal that the figure of St. Joseph was originally painted nearer to the center of the canvas, where we now see the *****. From this fact draws the conclusion that Titian did not use models even in his early works, and built up his compositions directly on canvas. Vasari mentions a Flight into Egypt by Titian which in 1541 hung in the home of Andrea Loredano. In the seventeenth century C. Ridolfi saw it in the collection of the Calergi-Grimanis, descendants of Loredano.
24th May 2015 11:07pm

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