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The Venetian Alternative Prof. Bergstein Fall 2013. View of Venice. Petrarch, 1304-1374. Mediterranean Sea Venetian trade-routes Green = to Venice Red = from Venice. Venetian treasures, S. Marco. Roman ruins.

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The Venetian Alternative Prof. Bergstein

Fall 2013


View of Venice

Petrarch, 1304-1374


Mediterranean Sea Venetian trade-routes

Green = to Venice

Red = from Venice


Venetian treasures, S. Marco

Roman ruins


Chalice of the Patriarchs Byzantine, Constantinople = Istanbul Treasury, San Marco


Basilica of Saint Mark = San Marco 828-14th century AD


San Marco in “acqua alta” = high water


“Lotto” Carpet, Western Anatolia, 16th century


Lorenzo Lotto, 1547, Family of Giovanni della Volta


Venetian Painting ca. 1410

Italian Brocade ca. 1400

Textiles

Japanese Textile, Nara


Islamic Carpet

Carpet from a Synagogue 15th century


Persian (Iranian) Carpet


Syrian Bowl Venice, Treasury of San Marco


Mosque Lamp

Glass

Venice

Treasury


Venetian Glass

15-16th centuries


Venetian Mirrors

18th century


Giorgione, “Sleeping Venus” 1509-10 Dresden, Museum of Paintings

Girolamo Marcello, married 1510


Giorgione, “Sleeping Venus” 1509-10

Girolamo Marcello, married 1510


Titian, “Venus” of Urbino, 1538 Florence, Uffizi


Urbino


Titian, “Venus” of Urbino, 1538 Florence, Uffizi


Detail, “Venus” of Urbino


Giorgione, ca. 1509-10 Titian, 1538


Titian, Rape of Europa, 1562, Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

mimesis >>> mimetic brushstrokes


Titian, Self-portrait Titian, Portrait of Pietro Aretino


“Titian --- where are you now?”


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