Bacchanal on Andros, c.1523/26 Tiziano Vecellio Titian (c.1485-1576)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 175 x 193 cm
Bacchanal on Andros, c.1523/26 | Titian | Painting Reproduction

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1st November 2015 2:24pm
Titian - Bacchanal (The Andrians)

In surviving correspondence between Titian and Alfonso d'Este can be found the dates of this masterpiece as well as the part played by the patron, who suggested for the iconography a literary text, the Imagines of Philostratus, which was fashionable at the court, and which Isabella d'Este had had translated.

The picture describes a feast of the inhabitants of Andros, who by the grace of Dionysus, seen arriving on the ship with the white sails, are drinking at a stream of wine and praising its sweetness and strength. The figure of the sleeping nude is an intrusion of an episode of the sleeping Ariadne, abandoned by Theseus at Naxos, whom Dionysus will take with him (the subject of the Bacchanal in London).

With the Worship of Venus, the three paintings form a triptych in which the pagan myth is interpreted with felicity and at the same time with extraordinary control. The study of icono-graphic details in the text or of formal derivations (from antique statuary for the Ariadne and from Michelangelo's cartoon of the Battle of Cascina for the crouching male figure) cannot overwhelm the magnificent composition of figures linked by persuasive rhythms (closed groupings alternating with dynamic lines) and by brilliant colour harmonies. Going beyond the phase of classicism that was called Apollonian, Titian set out to recover its Dionysiac power.