Tintoretto’s innovations cross Atlantic for major U.S. show

Exhibition co-curator Robert Echols, left, gestures at the massive oil sketch "Paradise" (circa 1583) believed to have been painted entirely by Jacopo Tintoretto as a model for the final picture of the same name covering the wall behind the doge's throne in Venice's Hall of the Great Council of the Palazzo Ducale. AFP / Olivia Hampton

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on March 25, 2019, on page 12.




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