Andrea Schiavone. Pittura, incisione, disegno nella Venezia del Cinquecento

By Art History

This volume in the series dedicated to Fondazione Cini conference proceedings brings together papers discussed during the international conference on “Andrea Schiavone.
Painting, Engraving and Disegno in 16th-century Venice”, held at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini and in the monumental rooms of the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice in
spring 2016. Staged during the exhibition “Renaissance Splendours in Venice. Schiavone between Parmigianino, Tintoretto and Titian” (Venice, Museo Correr), the conference shed
light on some new aspects of the production of the great master originally from Dalmatia and explored his intellectual and artistic complexity from the perspective of his critical profile,
as well as his unique role as a catalyst on the highly varied Venetian art scene at the height of the Cinquecento