Venetian painter in Verona
Paolo Veronese (Verona, 1528 - Venice, April 19, 1588), was an Italian Renaissance painter of the Venetian Republic.
His training took place in Verona, but of great importance for the influence they had on his art and his career were the youthful experiences at the Gonzaga court. Later he moved to Venice, where he became known as "The Veronese", and where from 1556 resided almost permanently until his death, with remarkable successes from the beginning of its lagoon stay.
In the painting by Veronese, in fact, the design will always be, a central value, and so is the treatment of the net and vibrant color, with backgrounds well-defined and characterized, so different from the tonal painting, I decided to iridescence. Another feature is the wonderful relationship with architecture with a fantastic and immanent view from above downwards.
His paintings are found in all the most important museums in the world, as well as in Italy and in the churches of Venice, which museum Metropolitan (New York), National Gallery (London), Hermitage (St. Petersburg), Museum of Charles V (Alahmbra , Cordoba), Louvre (Paris).
It 's my favorite artist ever