The National Gallery (London) is performing until the 15th June 2014 an exhibition of 50 works of Paolo Caliari (1528–1588) of Verona (hence ‘Veronese’), one of the most renowned artists working in Venice in the 16th century and one of the leading artists in Europe.
Veronese paintings have long influenced Rubens, Tiepolo, Watteau, Van Dyck or Delacroix and the opulence and the treatment of the color are part of his magnetism.
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By Paolo Veronese
"The wedding at Canaa"