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澳大利亚Case study范文:Case study of Titian

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Biography传记 提香韦切利奥1482年生于意大利威尼斯。提香9岁时去威尼斯学习绘画,1510年后独立工作(西奥多,1955年)。当他年轻的时候,他与乔治密切合作。提香在乔尔乔内死后成为威尼斯学
Biography传记
提香·韦切利奥1482年生于意大利威尼斯。提香9岁时去威尼斯学习绘画,1510年后独立工作(西奥多,1955年)。当他年轻的时候,他与乔治密切合作。提香在乔尔乔内死后成为威尼斯学派的领袖。提香在文艺复兴时期的绘画领域已经有60多年的历史,他的作品遍布世界各地,以绚丽的色彩和有氧的造型创造了新的艺术风格,他可以与米开朗基罗、拉斐尔和其他艺术家竞争(Hale,2012年)。他的作品对欧洲艺术的影响是极其深远的。他的作品丰富多彩,使他在文艺复兴时期的艺术家中独树一帜。提香于1516年被威尼斯政府任命为官方画家,1530年被德国皇帝查理五世接受。此后,他一直为哈布斯堡王朝作画,并被授予伯爵称号。从1545年到1546年,他游览了罗马,会见了米开朗基罗,并获得罗马荣誉公民称号。从1548年到1551年,他在德国奥格斯堡工作了两次。在他的一生中,他的主要活动场所始终是威尼斯(Kaminski,1998年)。他的作品色彩绚丽,最能体现威尼斯市民阶层的生活理想和文艺复兴的人文主义,以及现实主义时代的精神。1576年,威尼斯的流行病夺去了50万人的生命,不幸的是,提香是传染性的,在照顾生病的儿子时结束了他的生命(Marion,2007年)。他死后,威尼斯政府将他安葬在教堂里,并用他的名画装饰。提香的长期艺术生涯和丰富的创作实践,也为16世纪威尼斯画派的发展提供了最有力的推动力。几乎所有威尼斯画家都受到提香的直接或间接影响和教育。到16世纪末,佛罗伦萨和罗马的文艺复兴艺术已经衰落,威尼斯学派继续繁荣,其中包括提香艺术的优点。
Titian Vecellio was born in Venice, Italy, in 1482. Titian went to Venice to study painting at the age of 9 and worked independently after 1510 (Theodore, 1955). When he was young, he worked closely with Giorgione. Titian became the leader of the Venetian School after Giorgione’s death. Titian spent more than 60 years in the area of painting in Renaissance, his works can be found in various countries and has set new artistic styles with brilliant colors and aerobic shapes, he can compete with Michelangelo, Raphael and other artists (Hale, 2012). The influence of his works on European art is extremely far-reaching. The richness of his works makes him unique among Renaissance artists. Titian was appointed as the official painter by the Venice government in 1516 and was received by the Emperor Charles V of Germany in 1530. Since then, he has been painting for the Habsburg dynasty and was awarded the title of Earl. From 1545 to 1546, he toured Rome and met with Michelangelo and won the title of honorary citizen of Rome. From 1548 to 1551 he worked twice in Augsburg, Germany. Throughout his life, the main venue for his activities was always Venice (Kaminski, 1998). His works with brilliant colors also best reflected the life ideals of the civic class in Venice and the humanism of the Renaissance, as well as the spirit of the era of realism. In 1576, the epidemic in Venice claimed the lives of 500,000 people, Titian had unfortunately been contagious and ended his life while nursing his sick son (Marion, 2007). After his death, the Venetian government buried him in a grand ceremonial ceremony in the church decorated with his famous paintings. Titian’s long-term artistic career and rich creative practices also provided the most powerful impetus for the development of the Venetian painting school in the 16th century. Almost all Venetian painters were directly or indirectly influenced and taught by Titian. By the late 16th century, Renaissance art in Florence and Rome had declined, and the Venetian school continued to prosper, including the merit of Titian art.
 Image 1
Visual Analysis
Sacred and Profane Love
Created: 1514
Dimensions: 118cm*279cm
Media: Oil on Canvas
Periods: High Renaissance
Location: Borghese Gallery, Rome, Italy
"Sacred and Profane Love" is a work of Titian in his early period, it was painted in around 1515, it typically shows Titian's style of painting, compared with other Venetian artists, Titian's painting history focuses more on the characters themselves (Theodore, 1955). The portrayal of characters occupies the focus of the picture, thus ignoring the plot of the story. This work is his early representative work and reflects his style to a large extent. The focus of Titian's performance in his work is not on the identity of the two, but on the physical beauty of the characters. The naked woman on the right, with stretched body, graceful body, plump bodybuilding shows serenity and tranquility. Compared to Giorgione’s Venus, this female figure seems to have stronger vitality and human atmosphere, and this work is full of more worldly pleasures, splendid passions and imagination.
On the side of the central stone pool, the naked goddess: Venus is talking to a gorgeously dressed woman. The two women who symbolize heaven and earth seem to be talking. This dressed woman is the goddess Medea in Greek mythology. They respectively represent those in heaven and earth, and behind them there is a little love god playing with water. All of these seem to be carried out in a picturesque landscape, with a smooth screen layout, delicate portrayal, and a beautiful and quiet mood. This method of expression is commonplace in the fine art works of the Italian Summer Art Festival. In this narrow and quiet picture, it is filled with an ancient idyllic sentiment. The little angel who symbolizes the love of God is actually a naughty child, he happily plays with the water in the pool and conveys the flavor of life of the human world. 
In the Venetian paintings, landscape is very much noticed by painters (Kaminski, 1998). Painters often use more to depict the beautiful scenery of Italy as the background of a picture. The background of this painting is a typical Italian landscape. Crossing the near little trees, it can see the castle on the far left and the tip of the medieval church on the side of the river on the right. The layout of the screen is smooth, the mood is quiet and natural, giving people visual and spiritual comfort. This kind of processing precisely reflects the profound and meticulousness of the painter, and contains a wealth of space for thinking and imagination. The entire work is full of ancient pastoral style, with a strong lyric poetic mood, it is a more vivid display of Titian's originality. Titian affirms the beauty of life here and uses symbolic techniques to express the artist's own praise and yearning for human happiness and heavenly paradise. Many of the painting's methods of coloring and composition were learned from his brother-in-law and teacher painter: Giorgione. At the time, the painters still could not live without myth or religious themes, but Titian tried to get rid of them and try not to illustrate the myth. The Venus image here is just a symbol of the beauty of life.
"Sacred and Profane Love" is the work of Titian at the age of 25. Titian's superb use of color skills is reflected in this picture incisively and vividly. Medea dressed with white blue dress, coupled with bright red sleeves, avoids the dullness of the colors, making the character seem very charming. Dazzling, warm brown dresses set off Aphrodite’s beige arm, making the picture balanced and stable. The tone of the entire picture is soft and strong. The characters in the painting interact with the surrounding trees, the sunset and the colored clouds, which together achieve the true and imaginary artistic effects. This painting embodies the exquisite technique of Titian as an important member of the Venetian school. In the history of painting, it is said that the color used is the color of "Titian." In the Venice school of painting, Titian had the strongest influence on the younger generation. All the outstanding painters are influenced by Titian in a certain degree. Venetian school advocates color, and Titian's color expressiveness has reached the top of this school. Judging from the Venetian view, everything in nature is not divided by lines. Everything is blended together in fog. This is the characteristic of Venice's scenery.
Meaning and Purpose 
Titian's early creative activities began in the early 16th century (Marion, 2007). Titian's early creations were not concerned with specific storyline, and focused on the performance of people's abundance and health, and gave people an aesthetically pleasing experience. This is a common feature of the great masters, especially the Venetian school in the Venetian renaissance era, Titian exerted this artistic characteristic to the extreme, that is, to arouse people's lofty sentiments through showing the beauty of human body and the beauty of the nature. It fully embodies the realistic style of humanism in the renaissance movement. Viewing the painting "Sacred and Profane Love" does not requires understanding of the story, but lies in understanding of the harmonious and elegant beauty it embodies. It gives people a sense of comfort in spirit and vision, and it also expresses the author's tribute to a better life. Titian fully demonstrated the beauty of human body and the beauty of the nature in his works. This is a significant step forward in breaking through the shackles of asceticism in medieval churches and making art oriented to real life.
Image 2
The Bacchanal of the Andrians


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