Tarots of the Renaissance

The Tarots of the Renaissance cards are in an Italian Renaissance style, and was painted in what looks like watercolours. This Tarot deck is an interesting visual interpretation of a previous era.

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Created by Giorgio Trevisan
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Lo Scarabeo



Card Images from the Tarots of the Renaissance

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Tarots of the Renaissance review by Cerulean

I just heard that in 2006 there will be a new miniature version of a personal favorite of mine. The artwork is Giorgio Trevisan's "Tarots of the Renaissance." A more apt name might be "Tarots of A Renaissance Faire" for its quaint charm. I see costumes of swirling cloaks, long robes, aprons and sashes. The people are swashbucklers, maids, ladies, artisans, knights, jugglers, and merchants. I enjoy the feeling of enchanted castles, farms, villages and seashores. The people depicted are all ages, shapes and sizes.

This deck reminds me of Western European historical fantasy and children's tales. I found an Italian children's book illustrated by Trevisan with beautiful costumes and classic portraits. I found it charming to see that the Trevisan paintings seemed familiar. The Rena... read more reviews or write a review.


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Name: Tarots of the Renaissance
Creators: Giorgio Trevisan
Publisher: Lo Scarabeo
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 78
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