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Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints. Veronese. 1564-1565. Oil on canvas.  420 x 230 cm. San Sebastiano. Venice.

VERONESE, Paolo (b. Verona, d. Venezia) Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints Oil on canvas, 420 x 230 cm San Sebastiano, Venice

VÉRONÈSE - FRESCOES AT VILLA BARBARO, MASER (1560-1561) - Sala a Crociera: Muse with Tambourine (north wall of the eastern transept).

VÉRONÈSE - FRESCOES AT VILLA BARBARO, MASER (1560-1561) - Sala a Crociera: Muse with Tambourine (north wall of the eastern transept).

Paolo Veronese - Saturn (Time) and Historia, 1560-61, Fresco, Villa Barbaro, Maser

Paolo Veronese - Saturn (Time) and Historia, Fresco, Villa Barbaro, Maser

Paolo Veronese, The Wedding at Cana, 1559, detail

Paolo Veronese ~ (detail) The Wedding at Cana

St Nicholas Named Bishop of Myra - Paolo Veronese.  1580-82.  Oil on canvas.  198 x 198 cm.  Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice, Italy.

St Nicholas Named Bishop of Myra Oil on canvas, diameter 198 cm Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice

Paolo Veronese

Paolo Veronese (Paolo Caliari) ((Italian, Enthroned Madonna and Child, with the Infant St John the Baptist and Saints

Paolo VERONESE | Annunciazione (1558). Olio su tela, 340 cm. x 455 cm. Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice.

Annunciation 1558 Oil on canvas, 340 x 455 cm Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice

The Myth of Arachne ||  Il Mito di Aracne | L'antro della magia  http://antrodellamagia.forumfree.it/?t=72998280

Arachne in Greek mythology was a weaver who challenged Athena and was consequently transformed into a spider. There are three versions of the myth. // Nella mitologia greca Aracne era una tessitrice che sfidò Atena e fu da lei trasformata in un ragno.

Under Her Starry Mantle: Rosary Reflection ~ The Nativity

Paolo Veronese Adoration of the Shepherds 1558 Oil on canvas, 350 x 290 cm Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice

Mounted Prints of Allegory of Love, IV ('Happy Union') by National Gallery (800mm x 1000mm) | Shop | Surface View

Allegory of Love, IV ('Happy Union') Mounted Print by Paolo Veronese

Veronese: Magnificence in Renaissance Venice - Happy Union, Paolo Veronese, about 1575 © The National Gallery, London

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