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Description of the painting Jacopo Tintoretto "Paradise"


Work "Paradise" is the largest canvas in the world. It is impossible to assume that such a large-scale plan of the artist could be embodied in a smaller size.

Tintoretto portrayed real people and angels on the canvas. The foreground of the picture is people, and the angels are in the sunshine. A radiant center scatters the sun's rays around, forming a golden glow.

Numerous studies of this work prove the similarity of the plot with "Divine Comedy." It is likely that the artist was inspired to create exactly Dante. Many characters look holistically and form a single picture, which is quite difficult to do on such a scale.

The work displays about five hundred images, each character is individual, plays a role in the composition and is endowed with its own character.

It took about ten years to paint, and not only Tintoretto, but also many of his students worked on it. In the picture, the characters are systematized, each person is in his place. The picture is more striking in scale than in an unusual and unpredictable plot.

There are several works of this picture that are considered unfinished, but most critics are unanimous in the opinion of the unique originality of these unfinished works, because the original of this epic is too perfect and that’s minus the work. "Paradise" is a symbol of the fall of an era of patrician Venice. This work shows the diversity of the world, people and their characters.

The artist visually reflected the fullness of life with its fall, the presence of material and spiritual. It is the interweaving of being and spiritual fulfillment that Tintoretto demonstrated clearly.

The contemplator himself will find for himself his hidden meaning in this work, this picture can be considered endlessly and discover new philosophical ideas laid down by the author.





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