Son of a “Tintor”, a humble cloth dyer, Jacopo Robusti is known as Il Tintoretto, was one of the most productive artists of Venice, making some of the largest canvases known to these days. His style was fast, bold, energetic, with flashes of light and dancing figures in a dream-like background. He transfigured painting into something oneiric, magical but at the same time direct and spontaneous. We’ll’ enter the Palazzo Ducale or Doges Palace in Venice, and the Scola Grande di San Rocco to admire his artworks right in the places where they were originally meant to be, giving us the unique possibility to experience his art exactly how he designed it.
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