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List of works by Titian

Titian paintings on display in the Museo del Prado (from left to right: Danaë and the Shower of Gold, The Worship of Venus, The Bacchanal of the Andrians, and Venus and Adonis)

This list of works by Titian contains representative portraits and mythological and religious works from a large oeuvre that spanned 70 years. (Titian left relatively few drawings.) Painting titles and dates often vary by source.

Contents

  • List of works by year 1
  • References 2

List of works by year

Image Title Date Dimensions Collection
Christ Carrying the Cross 1505 68.2 × 88.3 cm [1]
Portrait of a Man (A Man with a Quilted Sleeve) c. 1508–1510 81.2 × 66.3 cm National Gallery (London)
Portrait of a Lady (La Schiavona) c. 1509–1510 117 × 97 cm National Gallery (London)
Pastoral Concert c. 1510 118 × 138 cm Louvre, Paris. Also attributed to Giorgione.
St. Mark Enthroned 1510/11 218 × 149 cm Santa Maria della Salute (Venice)
The Jealous Husband 1511 340 × 207 cm Scuola di Sant'Antonio, Padua
Miracle of the Irascible Son 1511 340 × 207 cm Scuola di Sant'Antonio, Padua
Miracle of the Newborn Infant 1511 340 × 355 cm Scuola di Sant'Antonio, Padua
Noli me tangere c. 1511–1515 109 × 91 cm National Gallery (London)
Woman with a Mirror c. 1511–1515 96 × 76 cm Louvre (Paris)
The Three Ages of Man c. 1512 106 × 182 cm National Gallery of Scotland (Edinburgh)
Madonna and Child ("The Gypsy Madonna") c. 1512 65.8 × 83.8 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Balbi Holy Conversation (Madonna and Child with Sts. Catherine and Dominic and a Donor c. 1512-1514 130 × 185 cm Fondazione Magnani-Rocca, Traversetolo
Flora c. 1515 79 × 63 cm Uffizi (Florence)
Salome c. 1515 90 × 72 cm Doria Pamphilj Gallery (Rome)
Kirschenmadonna c. 1515 81 × 99.5 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Vanity c. 1515 97 × 81 cm Alte Pinakothek (Munich)
Violante c. 1515–1516 64.5 × 51 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Sacred and Profane Love c. 1515–1516 118 × 279 cm Rome)
The Tribute Money c. 1516 75 × 56 cm Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden
Assumption of the Virgin c. 1516–1518 690 × 360 cm Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari (Venice)
The Bacchanal of the Andrians c. 1518–1519 175 × 193 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
The Worship of Venus 1518–1520 172 × 175 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Malchiostro Annunciation c. 1520 210 × 176 cm Duomo, Treviso
Portrait of Vincenzo Mosti c. 1520 85 × 67 cm Galleria Palatina, Florence
Gozzi Altarpiece 1520 312 × 215 cm Pinacoteca civica Francesco Podesti, Ancona
Averoldi Polyptych c. 1520–1522 278 × 292 cm Church of Santi Nazaro e Celso (Brescia)
Venus Anadyomene c. 1520 73.6 × 58.4 cm National Gallery of Scotland (Edinburgh)
Center panel of the Altarpiece of the Resurrection (the Averoldi Polyptych) c. 1520–1522 278 × 122 cm Santi Nazaro e Celso (Brescia)
Bacchus and Ariadne c. 1522–1523 175 × 190 cm National Gallery (London)
Man with a Glove c. 1520–1523 100 × 89 cm Louvre (Paris)
The Entombment c. 1523–1525 148 × 225 cm Louvre (Paris)
Pesaro Madonna c. 1519–1526 478 × 268 cm Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari (Venice)
Portrait of Federico II Gonzaga c. 1525–1528 125 × 99 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Madonna and Child with St. Catherine and a Rabbit 1530 71 × 85 cm Louvre (Paris)
Portrait of Giacomo Dolfin c. 1531–1532 101 × 88 cm Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist and Saint Catherine (The Aldobrandini Madonna) c. 1532 100.6 × 142.2 cm National Gallery (London)
Portrait of Charles V with a Dog c. 1532–1533 192 × 111 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
The Penitent Magdalene c. 1531–1533 85 × 68 cm Palazzo Pitti (Florence)
The Presentation of the Virgin at the Temple c. 1534–1538 345 x 775 cm Gallerie dell'Accademia (Venice)
Portrait of Isabella d'Este c. 1534–1536 102 × 64 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Girl in a Fur c. 1535 95 × 63 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
The Supper at Emmaus c. 1535–1540 169 × 244 cm Louvre (Paris)
La Bella 1536 100 × 75 cm Palazzo Pitti (Florence)
Portrait Of A Young Woman With Feather Hat c. 1536 97 × 75 cm Hermitage Museum (Saint Petersburg)
Portrait of Francesco Maria I della Rovere, Duke of Urbino c. 1536–1538 114.3 × 100 cm Uffizi (Florence)
Portrait of Eleonora Gonzaga 1538 114 × 102.2 cm Uffizi (Florence)
Venus of Urbino 1538 119 × 165 cm Uffizi (Florence)
Portrait of Cardinal Pietro Bembo 1540 94.3 × 76.5 cm National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.)
Portrait of Doge Andrea Gritti 1540 133.3 × 103.2 cm National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.)
Alfonso d'Avalos Addressing his Troops c. 1540–1541 223 × 165 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Portrait of Clarissa Strozzi 1542 115 × 98 cm Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
The Crowning with Thorns c. 1542–1544 303 × 180 cm Louvre (Paris)
Portrait of a Young Englishman c. 1540–1545 111 × 93 cm Palazzo Pitti (Florence)
Portrait of Ranuccio Farnese 1542 89.7 × 73.6 cm National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.)
Portrait of Pope Paul III 1543 108 × 80 cm Museo di Capodimonte (Naples)
Ecce Homo 1543 242 × 361 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Cain Slaying Abel 1543–44 292.1 × 280.0 cm Santa Maria della Salute (Venice)
David and Goliath 1543–44 292.1 × 281.9 cm Santa Maria della Salute (Venice)
Portrait of Pietro Aretino c. 1545 98 × 78 cm Palazzo Pitti (Florence)
Pope Paul III and his Grandsons 1546 210 × 174 cm Museo di Capodimonte (Naples)
Danaë (one of at least four versions) 1546 120 × 172 cm Museo di Capodimonte (Naples)
Portrait of the Vendramin Family 1547 206 × 301 cm National Gallery (London)
Equestrian Portrait of Charles V 1548 332 × 279 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Portrait of Charles V Seated 1548 205 × 122 cm Alte Pinakothek (Munich)
Portrait of Isabella of Portugal 1548 117 × 93 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Venus and Music 1548 148 × 217 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid) Johann Friedrich (Sachsen).jpg
Portrait of Johann Friedrich von Sachsen defeated by Charles V 1548 129 × 93 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
The Punishment of Tythus 1549 253 × 217 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Sisyphus 1549 237 × 216 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Saint John the Almoner c. 1549 229 × 156 cm San Giovanni Elemosinario (Venice)
The Fall of Man c. 1550 240 × 186 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Mater Dolorosa 1550 68 × 61 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Portrait of Johann Friedrich von Sachsen 1550 103.5 × 83 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Venus and the Organ Player c. 1550 115 × 280 cm Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
Knight of Malta with a watch c. 1550 122 × 101 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Saint Jerome in Penitence 1550–1560 255 × 125 cm Pinacoteca di Brera (Milan)
Portrait of Phillip II in Armour 1551 193 × 111 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Portrait of Cardinal Cristoforo Madruzzo 1552 230 x 131 cm São Paulo Museum of Art (São Paulo)
The Holy Trinity (La Gloria) 1551–1554 346 × 240 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Venus and Adonis 1553–1554 186 × 207 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Mater Dolorosa with Open Hands 1554 68 × 53 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Danaë and the Shower of Gold 1554 128 × 178 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Perseus and Andromeda c. 1554–1556 179 × 197 cm The Wallace Collection (London)
Portrait of Queen Christina of Denmark c. 1555–1556 112 × 83 cm National Museum of Serbia (Belgrade)
Venus with a Mirror c. 1555 124.5 × 105.5 cm National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.)
Diana and Actaeon 1556–1559 190.3 × 207 cm National Gallery (London)/ National Gallery of Scotland (Edinburgh)
Crucifixion 1558 371 × 197 cm Church of San Domenico, Ancona
The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence 1559 500 × 280 cm I Gesuiti (Venice)
Diana and Callisto 1559 187 × 205 cm National Gallery of Scotland (Edinburgh)
The Entombment 1559 137 × 175 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
The Rape of Europa 1559–1562 185 × 205 cm Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston)
Annunciation 1559–1564 410 × 240 cm San Salvador (Venice)
The Death of Actaeon c. 1559–1575 178.4 × 198.1 cm National Gallery (London)
Salome c. 1560 87 × 80 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Venus and Adonis c. 1560 187 × 184 cm Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica (Rome)
Madonna and Child with Saints Luke and Catherine of Alexandria c. 1560 127.8 × 169.7 cm (Bought by a private bidder on 28 January 2011)
Self-portrait c. 1560–1562 96 × 72 cm Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
The Tribute Money c. 1560–1568 112.2 x 103.2 cm National Gallery (London)
The Penitent Magdalene c. 1565 118 × 97 cm Hermitage Museum (Saint Petersburg)
Allegory of Prudence c. 1565–1570 76.2 × 68.6 cm National Gallery (London)
The Entombment 1566 130 × 168 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Self-portrait c. 1567 86 × 65 cm Museo del Prado (Madrid)
Portrait of Jacopo Strada c. 1567–1568 125 × 95 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Tarquinius and Lucretia c. 1570 193 × 143  cm Musée des beaux-arts (Bordeaux)
Punishment of Marsyas c. 1570-1576 212 × 207 cm National Museum, Kroměříž, Czech Republic
Nymph and Shepherd c. 1570–1576 149.7 × 187 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna)
Pietà c. 1570–1576 351 × 389 cm Accademia (Venice)
Christ Crowned with Thorns c. 1570–1576 280 × 181 cm Alte Pinakothek (Munich)

References

  1. ^ "Christ carries the Cross". Gallery. Scuola Grande Arciconfraternita San Rocco. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
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