THE GREAT PAINTER OF THE RENAISSNACE
- He was the son of Gregorio Vecelli and his wife Lucia.
- Titian joined Giorgione as an assistant.
- Titian became an artist's apprentice in Venice as a teenager. He worked with Sebastiano Zuccato, Giovanni Bellini and Giorgione before branching out on his own.
- Holy Roman Emperor
Pope Paul III also hired Titian to paint portraits of himself and his grandsons. Titian died on August 27, 1576.
- His subsequent work in Frai church
- One of the earliest known works of Titian, Christ Carrying the Cross in the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, depicting the Ecce Homo scene, was long regarded as the work of Giorgione
- Titian became one of Venice's leading artists around 1518 with the completion of "Assumption of the Virgin."
- He was soon creating for works for leading members of royalty, including King Philip II of Spain and Charles V.
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