Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo

1727 - 1804
Giovanni Domenico was born in Venice, the eldest surviving son of G. B. Tiepolo, whose assistant he became. He worked in Venice, Würzburg and Vicenza. In 1762 he accompanied his father to Madrid, and on his death in 1770 returned to Venice.

Although overshadowed by his father, Giovanni Domenico was a significant painter in his own right. His work is more down to earth and less allegorical than his father's.

Related paintings

The Lamentation at the Foot of the Cross
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
1755-60
The Lamentation at the Foot of the Cross
The Lamentation at the Foot of the Cross
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
probably 1750-60
The Lamentation at the Foot of the Cross
The Marriage of Frederick Barbarossa
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
about 1752-3
The Marriage of Frederick Barbarossa
Two Sketches depicting the Trojan Horse
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
about 1760
Two Sketches depicting the Trojan Horse
 
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