Which Italian painter is considered the main exponent of the High Renaissance in Venice?

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Which Italian painter is considered the main exponent of the High Renaissance in Venice?

Titian

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Titian (Tiziano Vecellio, ca. 1488-1576) was an Italian painter and the main exponent of the High Renaissance in Venice. His use of light and color are central to his work. He often painted religious, mythological and historical motifs, and portraits. He brought innovations to each of these fields that were decisive in the continuing evolution of art. Well-known works of his include "The Assumption of the Virgin", "Venus of Urbino" and "Danäe"

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