Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo

Italian , 1727 - 1804

Painter, printmaker and draftsman, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo was born in 1727. Although quite successful as a painter and engraver, some of his most provocative works were drawings. Training in the studio of his father, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, the younger Tiepolo was independently producing works for his own commissions at the age of twenty.

Tiepolo’s subjects both secular and religious, showed that he had a more straightforward approach to composition than his father. It seems that Tiepolo stopped working for a period of about fifteen years, after which he drew and painted in a completely altered manner. During the 1790s, he painted frescoes in his Ventian family villa and produced a series of over 100 drawings as “Entertainments for the Children”.
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Valor, Fame and Prudence - The Glorification of the Francesco Barbaro Family

1749-1750

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

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The Holy Family Under a Palm Tree, plate six from The Flight into Egypt

1753

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

$5,500 - $12,000

Dwarves and dogs I

1774 c.

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

Price upon request

Dwarves and dogs II

1774 c.

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

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Head of an Old Man with open Book

before 1774

Jan Johnson Old Master and Modern Prints, Inc.

$2,200 - $5,500

The Holy Family on the Bank of a River

Pia Gallo

Price upon request