Excerpt from The Later Work of Titian
National Gallery in the somewhat earlier Madonna del Coniglio, and the gigantic St. Peter Martyr, or, indeed, in a score of other genuine productions, that the depth, the vigour, the authority of Titian himself are here to be recognised. The weak treatment of the great Titianesque tree in the foreground, with its too summarily indicated foliage - to select only one detail that comes naturally to hand - would in itself suﬂice to bring such an attribution into question.
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