1. Italian painter of the Venetian school (1518-1594)
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How To Use Tintoretto In A Sentence

  • Tintoretto," answered Jim, still on the subject of his yellowish pup. Bruvver Jim's Baby
  • Jacopo Comin is known as Tintoretto, and Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi is best known as Boticelli. EzineArticles
  • Carraccio sarcastically said of Tintoret -- _Ho veduto il Tintoretto hora eguale a Titiano, hora minore del Tintoretto_ -- "I have seen Tintoret now equal to Titian, and now less than Tintoret. Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)
  • 'The head of a Venetian boy, such as Tintoretto met daily among the fisher-folk of Venice,' Knights of Art; stories of the Italian painters
  • This is the Cannaregio sestiere (district), haunted by former residents such as Marco Polo, Wagner, Tintoretto and Titian. Venice Crossings: A Traghetto Tour Reveals the City's Other Side
  • His sometimes student and later rival Jacopo Robusti (circa 1518-94) was called Tintoretto because his father was a fabric dyer, or "tintore. The Daily News Tribune Homepage RSS
  • Guillermo Solana, chief curator of the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum, right, during the presentation of the show titled Tintoretto-Paradise WN.com - Articles related to Socially responsible art? It doesn't have to send you to sleep
  • Speaking of art -- and since this blog is sleeping -- Ansa has reported on a great art exhibit in Venice -- Self portaits of artist such as Tintoretto, Rafaello, Boldini, Chagall and many more. Livio De Marchi
  • Now Madrid's Prado Museum is making up for lost time; though "Tintoretto" (through May 13) has left the master's massive religious narratives bolted to their Venetian walls, it brings together 49 other paintings in the first comprehensive show of his work in Spain, and the first significant exhibition outside Venice since 1937. The View From Venice
  • Tintoretto directs the viewer's main attention to what, to all intents and purposes, is an attribute of Saint George.
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