According to the essay "According to the research findings" findings, at the young age of 12, he was sent to apprentice as an artist under Gentille Bellini and later Giovanni Bellini who were the masters of art at that time. After Giovanni’s death, he ascended to be the king of painting in Italy, accumulating crowns amounting to 20 and being exempted from paying taxes for his unique talent. He was the undisputed master of painting in the Venetian painting school for 60 years. His final 26 years were spent for service to Phillip II where he was a portrait artist, and where his unique attribute of keeping paintings for long periods and retouching them from time to time was discovered. He died of fever in 1576 during the Venice plague. Some of the most famous paintings he did include The Assumption of the Virgin and The Venus of Urbino wherein this discussion will evaluate both. The Venus of Urbino painting is oil on canvas measuring 119.2 by 165.5 centimeters on a landscape plan. It is estimated to have been done around 1538 as a gift from the Duke of Urbino Guidobaldo to his wife. According to “Venus of Urbino by Titan” (2013), it represented eroticism, motherhood, and fidelity. The painting is that of a young maiden in her nude lying on her back facing the foreground. She lies on a maroon bed with dark patterns covered in a white sheet. On her right palm, she clutches a bouquet and her face is calm with bright eyes. Her golden hair, plaited at the ends straddles over her right should and her breasts point upwards and outwards from each other.