The vision of St Augustine

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  • The vision of St Augustine, interior with the saint seated at a desk, a sculpture in a niche beyond. Carpaccio was born in Venice, the son of Piero Scarpazza, a leather merchant. The family background was Istrian which may explain his special association with the Dalmatian School in Venice. However, few details of his life are known. His principal works were executed between 1490 and 1519, ranking him among the early masters of the Venetian Renaissance.

  • Artist: Vittore Carpaccio (1460/66-1525/6), The vision of St Augustine, c. 1501-8. The Trustees of the British Museum

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