Titian

Standard Name: Titian

Connections

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Leisure and Society Iris Murdoch
The painter Marie-Louise von Motesiczky did a portrait of IM in 1964, commissioned by St Anne's College . Years later Tom Phillips painted her for the National Portrait Gallery , posed in front of Titian
Leisure and Society Elinor Glyn
The other women in these tableaux vivants (all titled except one) were Lady Mary Sackville , the Baroness d'Erlanger , Lady St Oswald , and Winifred Curzon (sister-in-law of EG 's future lover). They enacted...
Leisure and Society Lucy Hutchinson
LH 's husband expended the enormous sum of two thousand pounds on some of the choycest peices of painting
Hutchinson, Lucy. Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson. Sutherland, JamesEditor , Oxford University Press, 1973.
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from the dispersed royal collection (including two Titians of which the more expensive cost six...
Publishing Elizabeth Rigby
ER published Five Great Painters: essays on Leonardo da Vinci , Michelangelo , Titian , Raphael , and Albrecht Dürer reprinted from the Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews.
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Features Catherine Gore
Meanwhile members of the social and genealogical elite whose estates happen to lie near Birmingham or Manchester do not recognise the newer aristocracy, and think themselves contaminated by any contact with it. On the last...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Mary Lamb
Her poems here include The Sister's Expostulation on the Brother's Learning Latin and the Brother's Reply, a Dialogue Between a Mother and Child, and poems about paintings by Leonardo da Vinci and Titian .
Burton, Sarah. A Double Life: A Biography of Charles and Mary Lamb. Viking, 2003.
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Prance, Claude Annett. Companion to Charles Lamb: A Guide to People and Places, 1760-1847. Mansell, 1983.
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Timeline

October 1510
Giorgione , painter of the Venetian school, died in Venice of the plague, still in his thirties.
27 August 1576
Titian died in Venice after living around ninety years; he was the most prominent of the painters later called the Venetian school.
1824
The House of Commons voted to spend £60,000 to acquire the John Julius Angerstein art collection: this constituted the birth of the National Gallery .