Rubens, Giorgione, Klee and Corot have painted it; Jean Cocteau has turned it into film.
The former writers declare that it, "perhaps more than any other, approximates to the true style of Giorgione."
The official catalogue of 1903 persists in ascribing it to Giorgione.
He was, above all, in love with the manner of the dead Giorgione, and it was upon this master that he aspired to form his style.
Giorgione would have set them, wild and fragrant, among their leaves, in her hand.
Inferior replica by Giorgione of the Beaumont picture in London.
Giorgione seems to have reached the topmost height of art at that period.
What Bellini owed to Giorgione is still a matter for speculation.
When in the Bohn Collection, this picture was ascribed to Giorgione.
Giorgione's work was mostly in fresco, so but little of it has survived.