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Giovanni Battista's Triumph Canvas is an exceptional piece of digitally printed canvas that is bound to leave everyone stunned. A replica of the fresco "The Triumph of Virtue and Intelligence on Error" by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, inside villa Cordellina Lombardi in Vicenza, this canvas is going to elevate your decor.
The ceiling in reality is a huge fresco, while this canvas just includes the detailed version. Created by one of the important people of the 18th-century Venetian school Italian painters and paintmakers, Battista painted in the Rococo style. As you can observe from the canvas, details such as asymmetrical values, use of pastel colors, elaborate ornamentation are all a part of this canvas.
If you want to purchase a set of canvases to create a cohesive look, opt for the Wonders of Renaissance Canvas! This set of two canvases will bring together your decor wonderfully! The second canvas of this gorgeous set is the replica of the ceiling of Palazzo Pepoli in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. We're calling it the Palazzo Pepoli Detailed Ceiling Canvas, check it out too!
The rebirth of European art, culture, politics, and economics happened during the famous Renaissance period. It is said that the period occurred between the 14th and 17th centuries and promoted the rediscovery of classical philosophy, literature, and art. The art form was based on intellectual discipline.
The few characteristics that one can use to identify Renaissance are by looking for fresco cycles, the composition of figures, creation of altarpieces, use of light and shadow, creating with a linear perspective, and realism. Renaissance changed the world of art, architecture, music, and literature as we know it today.
Note: The color of the actual product may slightly vary from the images shown as the images are shot in different lighting.
The Gift Box that the Artment sends consists of Giovanni Battista's Triumph Canvas and the Wonders of Renaissance Canvas (Set of Two) with a triple layering of bubble wrap and safely packed in a box.
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