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Paolo Veronese worked on the masterpiece for five years. A canvas with rounded edges adorns the Doge's Palace in Italy. Historians have not been able to establish the exact date for the writing of The Triumph of Mordecai; presumably, the picture was completed in the mid-80s of the 16th century.
The composition is pompous and magnificent. The plot is based on the coronation of Venice by a heavenly angel. Two main details deserve attention - the image of the Angel himself, depicted very unusual (we see only his back and bare feet), and tonality. The rich color palette of the Venetian painter amazes with the play of colors, saturation and a combination of shades.
In the center of the composition are balustrades and columns. In the middle of the canvas we see a space resembling a terrace. On it are men, women and children. Almost all the characters look up, trying to see what is happening behind the clouds. Some of those gathered are trying to climb higher, climbing the tall ornate columns. At the very bottom of the picture, brave knights on horseback who came to see firsthand the coronation ceremony.
Above the terrace and a crowd of gathered people you can see a bright blue sky. Grayish architectural elements contrast with the blueness of the sky. The main action takes place at the top of the picture, where the role of the third tier is played by clouds. Heroes are richly dressed, some are completely naked. Paolo Veronese attaches great importance to detail. Each line of the naked body is masterfully drawn.
The painter masterfully conveyed the feelings and emotions of all the characters. Unusual color solutions allow you to put the canvas Veronese on a par with the works of the great Titian. The artist's work has become a source of inspiration for the impressionists.
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