Scuola Grande di San Rocco
Image View Description:

Interior: View of Lower Hall from Center

Date:
1515-1560
Location:
Venice (Italy)
Work Type:
architecture
Work Type 2:
painting
Material / Technique:
brick, marble, wood
Material / Technique 2:
oil on canvas
Culture:
Italian
Culture 2:
Venetian
Creator:
Bono, Bartolomeo
Creator Variant Name:
Bon, Bartolomeo; Buon, Bartolomeo, the elder
Creator Nationality:
Venetian
Creator Dates:
ca. 1400-ca. 1464
Creator Role:
architect
Creator 2:
Abbondi, Antonio di Pietro
Creator 2 Variant Name:
Lo Scarpagnino
Creator 2 Nationality:
Venetian
Creator 2 Dates:
ca. 1465-1549
Creator 2 Role:
architect
Creator 3:
Tintoretto, Jacopo
Creator 3 Nationality:
Venetian
Creator 3 Dates:
1519-1594
Creator 3 Role:
painter
Creator 4:
Tintoretto, Domenico
Creator 4 Variant Name:
Robusti, Domenico
Creator 4 Nationality:
Venetian
Creator 4 Dates:
1560-1635
Creator 4 Role:
painter
Subject:
Life of Mary
Photographer:
Cassy Juhl
Notes:

Chapter House begun by Bon and completed by Scarpagnino. Paintings by Tintoretto and workshop (1576-1581) in upper and lower halls, and the albergo.Lower entrance hall is characteristic of Venetian scuole. The paintings by Jacopo Tintoretto and Domenico Tintoretto were completed between 1564 and 1588. They depict events from the New Testament, specifically the Life of Mary.

Image Source:
Photography by the Media Center for Art History, Department of Art History and Archaeology, © The Trustees of Columbia University
Record ID:
ven_scuola_grande_san_rocco_entrance_2