The master as monument: Titian and his images

Nichols, T. (2013) The master as monument: Titian and his images. Artibus et Historiae, 67(XXXIV), pp. 219-238.

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Offers a discussion of Titian's self-portraiture and also of other portraits of him by sixteenth and seventeenth-century Venetian artists. Argues that Titian presented himself as a courtly aristocrat, an identity very far from the traditional one for painters in Venice. Other painters picture him as a father figure and as the embodiment of Venetian tradition.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Nichols, Dr Tom
Authors: Nichols, T.
Subjects:N Fine Arts > ND Painting
College/School:College of Arts > School of Culture and Creative Arts > History of Art
Journal Name:Artibus et Historiae
Publisher:Institute for Art Historical Research, Cracow

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