Portrait of a Woman
Not much is known about Veneto's life other than a few sparse notes. One of the important notes we do know is that he studied under Gentile Bellini, the son of Jacopo Bellini (though how much of his style he adopted is questionable). Nonetheless, the artistic community is intensely interested in his portraits, which have a soft symbolism that has translated well through the years. I especially love his Portrait of a Woman, which has a very strange, beautiful look to it.
Portrait of a Man
Woman Playing a Lute
Portrait of a Bearded Gentleman
Portrait of a Gentleman