The Triumph of Venus, c.1726/65 Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696-1770)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 86 x 62 cm

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We create our paintings with museum quality and covering the highest academic standards. Once we get your order, it will be entirely hand-painted with oil on canvas. All the materials we use are the highest level, being totally artist graded painting materials and linen canvas.

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18th November 2015 3:13pm
Giambattista Tiepolo - The Triumph of Venus

We do not know whether this splendid sketch served for the execution of a ceiling for the 'Court of Muscovy' on which Tiepolo worked in the autumn of 1761, a year before his departure for Spain. Stylistically it is close to the sketches for the Madrid ceilings, which are now in the museums of Cambridge and Boston.

If our sensibility occasionally finds it difficult to enjoy the spectacular ability of Tiepolo in his grand fresco compositions, and if this awkward feeling is complicated by thoughts on the character of the painter, who was devoted to the exaltation of unstable powers and discredited myths, our reservations fall away before the felicity of his sketches. The ability of the Venetian tradition to achieve with colour and light a semblance of reality and absolute creations of the imagination found its last incarnations in the magisterial quality of Tiepolo's forms and in the lyricism of Guardi's vedute. Venus goes by lounging in a carriage drawn by doves and escorted by cupids. Mercury, sketched in a few rapid strokes, descends from on high, while Minerva and Saturn below, seen against a white wall which accentuates the perspective, observe the procession. The most enchanting passage is that of the Three Graces who, from their throne of white clouds, offer their rosy nudity to our view. Here again is the miracle of a light that does not destroy but exalts form, that does not imitate reality but transfigures it. A fine engraving of the composition was executed by Tiepolo's son Lorenzo.