The corpus of etchings left by Lorenzo Tiepolo (Venice, 1736 – Humera, 1776) is small; only eleven prints are known to us. However, it was in this medium that the artist showed his individuality, differentiating himself from his father and brother. Based solely on reproductions of Giambattista’s paintings, these etchings show the mastery the younger Tiepolo had achieved in the use of chiaroscuro to render the chromatic effects in his father’s works. The plate that has come down to us, as part of the Correr collection, is the Miracle of St. Anthony of Padua, reproducing a work that Giambattista painted (in collaboration with Giandomenico) for the parish church of Mirano.
- Giambattista Tiepolo: The Scherzi di Fantasia
- Giandomenico Tiepolo: Plates inspired by the works of Giambattista
- Giandomenico Tiepolo: the cycle for the Oratory of the Crucifixion in the church of San Polo
- Giandomenico Tiepolo: Book of Heads n° 60
- Lorenzo Tiepolo
- Four Plates of Paintings by Giandomenico Tiepolo
- The Technique of Etching