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Tintoretto – ANALYZED PAINTING

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Welcome back and thanks for joining in on this first look at Tintoretto’s analyzed painting called “The Deliverance of Arsenoe.”. Born in Venice, his real name is Jacopo Comin, but since his father Giovanni was a dyer (or tintore) he gave his son the nickname “Tintoretto” which means “little dyer.” He showed artistic promise at a very young age, so let’s take a look at this piece and see which techniques the master used to design it.

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