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  1. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian pronunciation: [dʒoˈvanni batˈtista ˈtjɛːpolo]; March 5, 1696 – March 27, 1770), also known as Gianbattista or Giambattista Tiepolo, was an Italian painter and printmaker from the Republic of Venice. He was prolific, and worked not only in Italy, but also in Germany and Spain.

  2. 10/05/2022 · Giambattista Tiepolo, The Banquet of Cleopatra, 1743-44, oil on canvas, 250.3 x 357.0 cm, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. If you are referring to the actual artwork and you are not including the image in your document, you only need to provide a detailed in text citation.

  3. Giovanni Battista Piranesi, detto anche Giambattista (Mogliano Veneto, 4 ottobre 1720 – Roma, 9 novembre 1778), è stato un incisore, architetto e teorico dell'architettura italiano.

  4. Scipione e lo schiavo del Tiepolo a Palazzo Dugnani Il palazzo dispone esternamente di due fronti distinti, uno rivolto verso la sede stradale dove viene dato ampio risalto alla torretta belvedere di forma ottagonale dotata di lanterna, e l'altro, porticato, affacciato sul parco e composto da un corpo centrale che appare arretrato rispetto ai corpi laterali più sporgenti.

  5. Giambattista Tiepolo né en 1696, contemporain de Canaletto, les œuvres qui ont fait sa réputation sont les grands cycles de fresques qu'il a peints à Venise et dans sa région. Il fut le mari de Maria Cecilia Guardi, sœur des peintres vénitiens Francesco Guardi et Gianantonio Guardi.

  6. Chronos (grec ancien : Χρόνος) est la personnification du temps qui apparait principalement dans les traditions orphiques qui le considèrent comme le fils de Gaïa et d'Hydros (Eaux primordiales).

  7. Biography. Gaulli was born in Genoa, where his parents died from the plague of 1654.He initially apprenticed with Luciano Borzone. In the mid-17th century, Gaulli's Genoa was a cosmopolitan Italian artistic center open to both commercial and artistic enterprises from north European countries, including countries with non-Catholic populations such as England and the Dutch provinces.