Veronese, Paolo (15281588)

Veronese, Paolo, painter of the Venetian school, born at Verona, whence his name; studied under an uncle, painted his “Temptation of St. Anthony” for Mantua Cathedral, and settled in Venice in 1555, where he soon earned distinction and formed one of a trio along with Titian and Tintoretto; the subjects he treated were mostly scriptural, the most celebrated being the “Marriage Feast at Cana of Galilee,” now in the Louvre (15281588).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Verona * Veronica, St.
Verdun
Verestchagin
Vergil, Polydore
Verigniaud
Verlaine, Paul
Vermont
Verne, Jules
Vernet, Claude
Vernon, Di
Verona
Veronese, Paolo
Veronica, St.
Versailles
Vertumnus
Vespasian, Titus Flavius Vespasianus
Vespucci, Amerigo
Vesta
Vestal Virgins
Vesuvius
Veturia
Via Dolorosa

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