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Date : Pre 2006

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Jacopo Bassano - The Flight into Egypt
An Old Master
Old Man - close-upHe was born around 1510 in the town of Bassano del Grappa, located about 65 km from the city of Venice. His father, Francesco il Vecchio, was a locally successful painter who had established a family workshop which primarily produced religious works in the local style. During his early youth Bassano was an apprentice in his father's workshop. He eventually made his way to Venice in the 1530s, during which he studied under Bonifazio de Pitati (also known as Bonifazio Veronese) and was exposed to such famous artists as Titian and il Pordenone.
The Donkey - close-upHis father, Francesco il Vecchio, was a locally successful painter who had established a family workshop which primarily produced religious works in the local style. During his early youth Bassano was an apprentice in his father's workshop.
Mother and Child - close-upDuring his early youth Bassano was an apprentice in his father's workshop. He eventually made his way to Venice in the 1530s, during which he studied under Bonifazio de Pitati (also known as Bonifazio Veronese) and was exposed to such famous artists as Titian and il Pordenone.

Jacopo Bassano's popular realism was underpinned by his exceptional use of light and characterized by the lifelike quality of the people and details, especially the animals, in his pictures.



Information

A further stage in the use of a css image map.

Just hover your mouse over the painting to reveal three areas of interest. Then hover over each area to reveal an enlarged detail with text.

This method could be used on an educational site to give information and enhanced details of images in general.

The idea is based on my previous image maps but takes it a step further in functionality.

Works in IE5.5 and almost works in IE5.01


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