On a Day Like Today, Italian painter Tintoretto, was born

A priest watches the Tintoretto oil painting 'The Worship of the Magi' that was given to the Portuguese benedictine Singeverga Monastery by a citizen of Lisbon in 2003, in Santo Tirso, Portugal. EPA/ESTELA SILVA © 2007

A priest watches the Tintoretto oil painting 'The Worship of the Magi' that was given to the Portuguese benedictine Singeverga Monastery by a citizen of Lisbon in 2003, in Santo Tirso, Portugal. EPA/ESTELA SILVA © 2007

历史上的今天,意大利画家丁托列托诞生

1518929.- 丁托列托(Tintoretto,1518年9月29日 – 1594年5月31日),原名Jacopo Comin,是一名威尼斯画家,文艺复兴的重要人物。他对绘画出众的激情被誉为“Il Furioso”(意大利语,激情)。他的作品充满饱满有力的笔触、戏剧性的人物神态与风格主义透视的大胆运用,同时也保留了典型的威尼斯画派对色彩与明暗的把握。丁托列托的昵称来自于画家的出身,意大利语意为“染匠的儿子”,同时也暗喻其作品中常见的明亮色彩。

图中:一名神父正在欣赏丁托列托的油画《仰拜圣子》,2003年葡萄牙Santo Tirso ,一位里斯本市民将这幅杰作捐赠给了葡萄牙Singeverga本笃修道院。

EPA/ESTELA SILVA © 2007.

 

On a Day Like Today, Italian painter Tintoretto, was born

September 29, 1518.- Tintoretto (September 29, 1518 – May 31, 1594), real name Jacopo Comin, was a Venetian painter and a notable exponent of the Renaissance school. For his phenomenal energy in painting he was termed Il Furioso. His work is characterized by its muscular figures, dramatic gestures and bold use of perspective in the Mannerist style, while maintaining color and light typical of the Venetian School. In this image: A priest watches the Tintoretto oil painting ‘The Worship of the Magi’ that was given to the Portuguese benedictine Singeverga Monastery by a citizen of Lisbon in 2003, in Santo Tirso, Portugal. EPA/ESTELA SILVA © 2007.

囧:学意大利语的时候还专门用他的名字来练大舌音,特别顺口~~

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