Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In 1772, Tiepolo's son was sufficiently respected to be painter to Doge Giovanni II Cornaro, in charge of the decoration of Palazzo Mocenigo in the sestiere of San Polo, Venice. Il volume è un utile strumento per coloro che vogliono scoprire la personalità di questi due grandi artisti, padre e figlio, che, pur lavorando fianco a fianco per decenni, hanno dato vita a due stili personali completamente diversi. Tiepolo, Giovanni Domenico, -- 1726?-1804. He also painted two other ceilings in the palace, and carried out many private commissions in Spain. Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (August 30, 1727 – March 3, 1804) was an Italian painter and printmaker in etching. book. Please enter your name. (not yet rated) Successful from the beginning of his career, he has been described by Michael Levey as "the greatest decorative painter of eighteenth-century Europe, as well as its most able craftsman. Copyright © 2001-2020 OCLC. Giambattista Tiepolo. Text in Italian, English, French and German. (completed 1726–1728). Start by marking “Gianbattista e Giandomenico Tiepolo. Lo storico Fernando Rigon accompagna il lettore alla scoperta degli splendidi affreschi di Giambattista e Giandomenico Tiepolo a Villa Valmarana ai Nani presso Vicenza. He frescoed the Kaisersaal salon in collaboration with his sons Giandomenico and Lorenzo and was then invited to deliver a design for the grandiose entrance staircase (Treppenhaus) designed by Balthasar Neumann. Subjects include mysterious Eastern figures, and, in some of the later prints, scenes of necromancy. [8] He probably left Lazzarini's studio in 1717, the year he was received into the Fraglia or guild of painters. He painted canvases for churches such as that of Verolanuova (1735–1740), for the Scuola dei Carmini (1740–1747), and the Chiesa degli Scalzi (1743–1744; now destroyed) in Cannaregio, a ceiling for the Palazzi Archinto and Casati-Dugnani in Milan (1731), the Colleoni Chapel in Bergamo (1732–1733), a ceiling for the Gesuati (Santa Maria del Rosario) in Venice of St. Dominic Instituting the Rosary (1737–1739), Palazzo Clerici, Milan (1740), decorations for Villa Cordellina at Montecchio Maggiore (1743–1744) and for the ballroom of the Palazzo Labia in Venice (now a television studio), showing the Story of Cleopatra (1745–1750). That year, at the behest of Prince Bishop Karl Philip von Greiffenklau, he traveled to Würzburg where he arrived in November 1750. "Tiepolo" redirects here. Villa Valmarana ai Nani. In some celebrated frescoes at the Palazzo Labia, he depicted two scenes from the life of Cleopatra: Meeting of Anthony and Cleopatra[1] and Banquet of Cleopatra,[2] as well as, in a central ceiling fresco, the Triumph of Bellerophon over Time. Two of his sons, Domenico and Lorenzo, painted with him as his assistants and later achieved some independent recognition, in particular Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo. Learn more ››. Giambattista e Giandomenico Tiepolo : Villa Valmarana ai Nani\" ; Villa Valmarana ai Nani (Vicenza, Italy)\" ; Mural painting and decoration, Italian--Italy--Vicenza\" ; Mural painting and decoration, Italian\" ; Export to EndNote / Reference Manager(non-Latin). Mural painting and decoration, Italian -- Italy -- Vicenza. [5] His earliest known works are depictions of the apostles, painted in spandrels as part of the decoration of the church of the Ospedoletto in Venice in 1715–6. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. "[1], Born in Venice, he was the youngest of six children of Domenico and Orsetta Tiepolo. He was the son of artist Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and elder brother of Lorenzo Baldissera Tiepolo. [13] The 23 Scherzi were etched over more than ten years and privately circulated, only being commercially published after Tiepolo's death, with numbers and titles added by his son, Giandomenico. The subject field is required. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. 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