Pastoral Concert

Pastoral Concert
Pastoral-Concert-by-Titian
Artist Titian or Giorgione
Year c. 1509
Medium Oil on canvas
Location Musée du Louvre, Paris
Dimensions 41 in × 54 in
105 cm × 137 cm
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Rape of Europa
Sacred and Profane Love
Pastoral Concert
The Assumption of the Virgin
Christ Carrying the Cross
The Flaying of Marsyas
Allegory of Prudence
The Worship of Venus
Self-Portrait
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The Pastoral Concert created by Titian in 1509 was originally thought to be the work of an artist named Giorgione. It’s oil on canvas and is currently located in the Musee du Louvre in Paris, France.

Background

It is unknown whether or not artist Giorgione was involved with this painting. It could be the work of only Titian, but it could also be the work of both of them. The robust figures are what make most art critics assume it’s the work of Titian.

Appearance

This painting is 41 by 54 inches and features several people on a lawn. Three of the people shows are naked while the others are dressed in costumes from the time period. The background features beautiful and plush green trees along with a shepherd.

Meaning

Some critics think that The Pastoral Concert is a fantasy painting featuring men who dream about naked women. Others think it symbolizes different types of emotional poetry.

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