Joseph and the Wife of Potiphar, c.1552/55 Jacopo Robusti Tintoretto (c.1518-1594)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 54 x 117 cm

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12th November 2015 12:58pm
Jacopo Tintoretto - Joseph and Potiphar's Wife

This painting is one of the smaller parts of the frieze that decorated the ceiling of a Venetian palace, from which it was bought with the other six canvases in the same series by Velazquez, who had been sent by Philip IV to Italy to acquire pictures for the Royal Collection. The Spanish master must have been particularly pleased by the richness and luminosity of the work and the immediacy with which the brush translates the mental image of the artist on to the canvas.

The composition is felicitous - asymmetrical, mobile and constructed around two divergent lines created by the velvet curtain and the figure of Joseph, who pulls violently away from the beautiful reclining nude. The perspective construction, by which the composition is seen from a very low viewpoint, creates a slight feeling of vertigo. It is this idea of space that typifies Tintoretto's creative character.

If it is Mannerism, in particular through his relationship to Giulio Romano in Mantua, that gives the Venetian painter the means for these flights of imagination, we also must recognize that Tintoretto makes use of it admirably. He rendered his own spiritual anxiety as well as that of his time. To return to an analysis of the colour, whose quality is so high in this moment of contact with Veronese, one is struck by the nude Potiphar's wife, defined by a sinuous but tense line, which emanates an extraordinary luminosity counterpointed by the dark green of the alcove and the silken materials that are traversed by shining flickers.

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