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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo – Three Winged Female Figures

Fine Art Reproductions of 17th c. Ink and Wash Drawings

Three Winged Female Figures

The Venetian Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696–1770) was arguably the greatest painter of eighteenth-century Europe and the outstanding first master of the Grand Manner. His art celebrates the imagination by transposing the world of ancient history and myth, the scriptures, and sacred legends into a grandiose, even theatrical language. His art, with its genial departures from convention and its brilliant use of costumed splendor, celebrates the notion of artistic caprice (capriccio) and fantasy (fantasia).

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Specifications

Size

11" (approximate height), 8" (approximate height)

Era

17th Century

Location

Italy

Medium

Chalk, Ink Wash

Product Type

Instant Download

Series

Ink and Wash Drawings

Subject / Movement

Mythology

Number of Pieces

Set of 8, Sold Individually

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