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Join us for an introduction to Vittore Carpaccio: Master Storyteller of Renaissance Venice, presented by Gretchen Hirschauer, exhibition co-curator and the National Gallery's curator of Italian and Spanish paintings.
About Vittore Carpaccio
A leading figure in the art of Renaissance Venice, Vittore Carpaccio (c. 1460/1466–1525/1526) is best known for his large, spectacular narrative paintings that brought sacred history to life. Although for centuries he has been loved and celebrated in his native city for his observant eye, fertile imagination, and storytelling prowess, this exhibition marks the first retrospective of the artist ever held outside Italy.