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Miracle of St. Mark: The Discovery of the Saint’s Body, 1562-1566

Oil on canvas
155 9/10 × 157 1/2 in
396 × 400 cm
location
Milan
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Jacopo Tintoretto
Italian, 1518–1594
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Jacopo Robusti obtained his more familiar nickname Tintoretto (or “little dyer”) after his father’s …

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Jacopo Robusti obtained his more familiar nickname Tintoretto (or “little dyer”) after his father’s profession. He was one of the most prolific artists in Venice during the High Renaissance, specializing in large-scale religious narrative scenes, altarpieces, mythological subjects, and portraits. His style was …

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Jacopo Tintoretto
Italian, 1518–1594
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Jacopo Robusti obtained his more familiar nickname Tintoretto (or “little dyer”) after his father’s …

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Jacopo Robusti obtained his more familiar nickname Tintoretto (or “little dyer”) after his father’s profession. He was one of the most prolific artists in Venice during the High Renaissance, specializing in large-scale religious narrative scenes, altarpieces, mythological subjects, and portraits. His style was …

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Miracle of St. Mark: The Discovery of the Saint’s Body, 1562-1566

Oil on canvas
155 9/10 × 157 1/2 in
396 × 400 cm
location
Milan
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