|Titian: Diana and Actaeon|
with pictorial hints about events (e.g St Francis pointing to stigmata as found on Christ body, the cutting of tree=the future cross of Christ);
Paris Bordone's Venetian women at their Toilette;
Painting of an Unidentified Young Female as St Agatha
by Cariani also known as Giovanni Busi;
Tintoretto's Christ Carried to the Tomb-depicting the sorrow of Mary.
Veronese's Venus, Cupid and Mars, a somewhat darker toned oil.
and Jacopo Bassano's Adoration of the Magi, quite a favorite theme for
Bassano. All exhibit luminous colors, and fairly true perspective. And the beauty of the (at times nude) human body comes through in most paintings with a clarity and naturalness that's simply etheral.
And that leads me to the next stop. More bodies.
Another timed entry, this one to Helmut Newton's photographs.
What will people not do to present "art" of their own making? And what will critics not write about it in mystical sentences? But at least it was a somewhat fascinating experience..especially to a doll collector!