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Sebastiano del Piombo: A Venetian in Rome

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During his lifetime, painter Sebastiano del Piombo (ca. 1485-1547) was considered, along with Giorgione, the great hope of the Venetian School. Sebastiano later became Raphael's biggest competitor in Rome--he was, in fact, the only Renaissance artist capable of painting in the style of both the Venetian and the Central Italian Schools, taking cues from Giorgione, Da Vinci ...more
Hardcover, 95 pages
Published August 1st 2008 by Hatje Cantz Publishers
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I wanted to know more about this guy, because he was a link between Giorgione and Michelangelo. I was curious about the nature of his relationship and cooperation with both masters. Of course, he's a master in his own right, but I've never really warmed up to his work. I only really like his passionate depictions of Jesus.

This book hasn't changed my opinion. It's part of a series called Art to Read. (Well, I think it's a series, so far I haven't seen any other volumes.) The idea behind it seems
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