Hand painted oil reproduction of Titian's Venus of Urbino
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Titian's Venus of Urbino once graced the bedroom of a Renaissance cardinal. The Della Rovere patron who ordered this commission anxiously awaited its completion, describing in correspondence Titian's Venus of Urbino not as Venus, but simply as a nude woman. The woman appears to be a courtesan, staring boldly at the viewer, unconcerned with her nudity. Frederick Hartt describes Titian's Venus of Urbino painting as being the "closest he [Titian] ever came to Central Italian Mannerism" with his use of ornamentalism, concern with flat areas, textures, patterns, and subdued colors.
Original: 1538, Oil on canvas, 119 x 165 cm, Uffizi, Florence
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