Those of an artistic disposition will have realised that our company is named after Titian, the sixteenth-century Venetian painter.
Titian was admired by his contemporaries for his technical skills – particularly for his audacity in upsetting the established rules of composition. He also achieved considerable commercial success during his own lifetime.
If your search engine transported you here when you were looking for Titian’s work, our apologies. We hope you enjoyed reading about the mysterious world of software engineering.
Here’s a consolation prize:
Titian’s Madonna with Saints and Members of the Pesaro Family, 1519-26.
Altar-painting: oil on canvas, 478 x 266 cm.
Church of Sta Maria dei Frari, Venice.
More Titians can be found in the National Gallery, London.