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Vittore Carpaccio Vittore Carpaccio was born around the year 1460 near Venice Italy They didnt keep birth records then so this date is an estimate Vittore knew from a very young age that he wanted to be a painter when he was older He couldnt pay attention in school because he was always drawing or sketching on his papers As a young man Carpaccio was greatly influenced by two Venetian painters These two painters were Gentile Bellini and Giovanni Bellini Carpaccio was influenced greatly by these artists but he also admired the work of other artists of the Venitian art period Carpaccio used four cycles of paintings each of these cycles was used to tell a story However only the first two of these cycles have become well known Carpaccio did the first of these cycles between 1490 and 1495 This cycle consisted of nine large paintings One of these paintings named The Legend of Saint Ursula is considered by most people to be his finest work Especially original is the painting Dream of Saint Ursula Vittore completed the second cycle of his paintings between the years 1502 and 1507 This cycle also consists of nine scenes These scenes are mainly from the lives of Saint George and Saint Jerome The two best known paintings of this cycle are titled Saint George Slaying the Dragon and Saint Jerome in His Study Even tough Carpaccio was greatly influenced by other artists of his time he still had a style that was different than everyone else He seemed to use the colors black red and brown more than other colors He also put exotic animals or objects from faraway lands in many of his paintings He also was very good with architecture and knew how to paint buildings so they looked real Some of Vittores other widely known paintings include A Saint Reading and Virgin and Child Even though he isnt as famous as
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