Paintings by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (March 5, 1696 – March 27, 1770), a.k.a. Giambattista Tiepolo or Gianbattist, was an Italian printmaker and painter who resided in the Republic of Venice. He also worked in Spain and Germany and was a very prolific artist.

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo’s paintings in chronological order:

Paintings by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

The Repudiation of Hagar, 1719 Nude study in an academy, c.1720 The Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew, 1722
The Rape of Europa, c.1722 The Force of Eloquence, Bellerophon and Pegasus, c.1723 Annunciation, 1725
Apollo and Marsyas, c.1725 Alexander the Great and Campaspe in the Studio of Apelles, c.1726 Rachel Hiding the Idols, 1728
The appearance of the angel before Sarah, 1728 The appearance of the angels to Abraham, 1728 The Judgment of Solomon, 1728
Hagar in the Wilderness, 1729 Jacob”s Dream, 1729 The Prophet Isaiah, 1729
The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1729 Abraham and the Three Angels, c.1730 Eteokles and Polyneikes, 1730
Hannibal looks at the head of Hasdrubal, c.1730 Scipio and a Slave, 1731 Hagar Assisted by the Angel, c.1732
Nativity, 1732 The Education of the Virgin, 1732 John the Baptist Preaching, 1733
The Beheading of John the Baptist, 1733 The Triumph of Zephyr and Flora, 1735 Jupiter and Danae, c.1736
The Holy Family Appearing in a Vision to St Gaetano, 1736 Carrying the Cross, c.1738 Pope St Clement Adoring the Trinity, 1738
King David Playing the Harp, 1739 The Glory of St Dominic, 1739 The Institution of the Rosary, 1739
The Virgin Appearing to St Dominic, 1739 The Virgin Appearing to Dominican Saints, c.1740 The Virgin Appearing to St Philip Neri, 1740
The Virgin with Six Saints, 1740 The Gathering of Manna, 1742 The Sacrifice of Melchizedek, 1742
Allegory of Strength and Wisdom, 1743 Fortitude and Justice, 1743 Maecenas Presenting the Liberal Arts to Emperor Augustus, 1743
Prudence, Sincerity and Temperance, 1743 The Banquet of Cleopatra, 1744 The Triumph of Flora, 1744
The Discovery of the True Cross and St. Helena, c.1745 Worshippers, 1745 Bellerophon on Pegasus, 1747
The Banquet of Cleopatra, 1747 The Last Supper, 1747 The Meeting of Anthony, 1747
Last Communion of St Lucy, 1748 Apparition of the Virgin to St Simon Stock, 1749 Apparition of the Virgin to St Simon Stock, 1749
Christ on the Road to Calvary, 1749 Meeting of Marc Anthony and Cleopatra, 1749 Christ on the Mount of Olives and the angel with the cup of suffering, c.1750
Crown of Thorns, c.1750 Crucifixion, c.1750 Neptune Offering Gifts to Venice, 1750
Portrait of the Procurator Dolfin, c.1750 St James the Greater Conquering the Moors, 1750 The Martyrdom of St Agatha, 1750
The reception of Henry III, 1750 The Triumph of Fortitude and Sapiency, c.1750 The Investiture of Herold as Duke of Franconia, 1751
The Marriage of online casino the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa to Beatrice of Burgundy, 1751 Allegory of the Planets and Continents, 1752 Adoration of the Magi, 1753
Apollo and the Continents, 1753 Apollo leads Frederick Barbarossa Beatrix of Burgundy, 1573 Europa, 1753
Rinaldo and Armida, 1753 The Death of Hyacinthus, c.1753 A Seated Man and a Girl with a Pitcher, c.1755
Rinaldo and Armida are surprised by Ubaldo and Carlo, 1755 Rinaldo observed by Carlo and Ubaldo, 1755 The Theological Virtues, c.1755
Achilles consoled by his mother, Thetis, 1757 Angelica and Medorus accompanied by two peasants, 1757 Angelica Carving Medoro”s Name on a Tree, 1757
Angelica, accompanied by a shepherd who cares Medorus with herbs, 1757 Apollo and Diana, 1757 Detail of Agamemnon, from Minerva Restraining Achilles from Killing Agamemnon, 1757
Detail of Dido, from Aeneid Presents Cupid, Disguised as Ascanius, to Dido, 1757 Eurybates and Talthybios Lead Briseis to Agamemmon, 1757 Head of a Philosopher, 1757
Mercury, from Mercury Exhorting Aeneas to Leave Carthage, 1757 Rinaldo Abandoning Armida, 1757 The Sacrifice of Iphigenia, 1757
Venus asks Vulcan to forge an armor for Aeneas, 1757 Venus”s Farewell to Aeneas, from the Room of the Aeneid in the Palazzina, 1757 Allegory of Merit Accompanied by Nobility and Virtue, 1758
An Allegory with Venus and Time, 1758 Saint Thecla Liberating the City of Este from the Plague, 1759 St. Anne”s Vision, 1759
Girl with a Mandolin, c.1760 Madonna of the Goldfinch, c.1760 Rinaldo and Armida, 1760
Rinaldo”s Departure from Armida, 1760 The Death of Sophonisba, 1760 Venetian Promenade, c.1760
Venus and Vulcan, 1760 The Apotheosis of the Pisani Family, 1762 The Apotheosis of the Spanish Monarchy, 1766
Venus and Vulcan, 1766 The Immaculate Conception, 1768 Abraham and the Three Angels
Nativity of Jesus Allegorical female figure with a club Olymp
Queen Zenobia before Emperor Aurelianus Sacrifice of Iphigenia Temptations of St Anthony
The Apotheosis of Saint Roch The Flight to Egypt The Madonna of Carmel and the Souls of the Purgatory

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