Recognized as one of the great artists of the Italian Renaissance, Tintoretto profoundly changed the artistic landscape of his era. An eccentric and indomitable artist, he left behind a massive body of work. With fast brushstrokes and daring compositions, his paintings captured the complexities and challenges of this new modern age. “Tintoretto. The Man Who Killed Painting” tells the story of his daring life, from the young artist who invented his own innovative style, to his rivalry with Titian, Raphael and Michelangelo, to his death. His biography is interwoven with the history of Venice, a maritime republic and the gateway to Europe.