This is the first exhibition since 1956 to focus on the draughtsmanship of the Renaissance master Jacopo Tintoretto. With more than 70 drawings and a small number of paintings by Tintoretto, his contemporaries (such as Titian and Veronese) and those he influenced, the exhibition explores the Renaissance master’s position within a broader Venetian School of drawing, defined – in contradistinction to the formalised approach taken in central Italy – by its freedom and experimentation. Finally, works by a younger generation of artists, including the artist’s son Domenico, reveal the enduring legacy of Tintoretto’s style. Find out more about ‘Drawing in Tintoretto’s Venice’ from the Morgan’s website.
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