The Immaculate Conception, c.1767/69 | Tiepolo | Painting Reproduction
The Immaculate Conception, c.1767/69 | Tiepolo | Painting Reproduction
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The Immaculate Conception, c.1767/69 Oil Painting Reproduction
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696-1770)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 281 x 155 cm
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SKU: TGB-16742
Painting Size: $825.00
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+ 4cm (1.6") Borders for Stretching
Creation time: 6-7 weeks
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Giambattista Tiepolo - The Immaculate Conception

On March 31, 1762, Tiepolo left for Madrid with his sons Domenico and Lorenzo, on the invitation of Charles III, to fresco the throne room. This demanding commission was successfully carried out and the Venetian was asked to decorate other halls. Then there seems to have been a halt in Tiepolo's production in 1765-66, and in 1767 the painter asked the court for more work. Despite the obvious hostility of the King's Confessor, Padre de Electa, and the manifest rivalry of other painters - among them Mengs - he obtained an order to execute seven large canvases for the church of S. Pascual de Aranjuez.

The Immaculate Conception belongs to this series, which is religious not only in iconographic theme but also in interior motivation. The subject was not new to Tiepolo. He took up again the iconography of the altarpiece now in the museum of Vicenza: a representation of the Virgin as a celestial being crushing underfoot a serpent that is attacking the earth, while angels adore her. A stylistic comparison throws light on the evolution of Tiepolo's style in the last years of his career.

In the Vicenza altarpiece, datable about 1735, the Virgin is solidly constructed, following a module of Piazzetta's. Her white garment seems to emit flashes, and the violence of the light and shade also throws the soft limbs of the cupids into strong relief. In the Madrid picture, all violence is gone. Light emanates without combustion and discreet little angels lean adoringly from the soft cloud. The ascending motion of the Virgin is accentuated, and around her the mantle swells and palpitates, like a sail filling with wind. A very fine sketch for the painting is in London, in the collection of Lord Kinnaird.
18th November 2015 2:56pm

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