Venus and Adonis, c.1580 | Veronese | Painting Reproduction
Venus and Adonis, c.1580 | Veronese | Painting Reproduction
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Venus and Adonis, c.1580 Oil Painting Reproduction
Paolo Cagliari Veronese (c.1528-1588)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 162 x 191 cm
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Oil Painting Reproduction

SKU: VPC-16741
Painting Size: $1030.00
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+ 4cm (1.6") Borders for Stretching
Creation time: 6-7 weeks
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Paolo Veronese - Venus and Adonis.

Certainly a genius in painting, Paolo Veronese maintained from the beginning to the end of his career a number of constant factors. As interpreter of certain aspirations of the culture of his time, he risked alienation from the deepest and most uneasy currents of 16th-century spirituality, pursuing his own ideal of formal perfection, which in the end is an escape. The last of Paolo's production (1570-88), however, is touched by a breath of pathos and reflects the need for meditation, which is evident not only in his choice of themes but in the evolution of his style.

But noble images were also produced in this period, such as the allegorical fables painted for Rudolph II and this idyll of Venus and Adonis. "The two protagonists are lost in the same enchantment as Tasso's Rinaldo and Amida," as R. Pallucchini says. And this is true especially for the enchanted atmosphere in which the artist immersed his figures: the diaphanously luminous Venus, Adonis relaxed in sleep, Cupid holding back the impatient dog. There is not, however, as in Tasso's poetry, a dramatic motive to Paolo Veronese's escapism. To appreciate this it is enough to compare the thematic development of Titian's Venus and Adonis, with its presentiment of death, and the somewhat fatuous gesture of Venus waving her fan and watching over her sleeping lover in Paolo's version. Certainly his classical inclinations, after the dissipation of his energies as a colourist in such canvases as the Marriage of St. Catherine and the Rape of Europa in the Palazzo Ducale, here again recover their beautiful equilibrium.
16th November 2015 9:24pm

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