“The Tempest” is a Renaissance painting by Giorgione, dated about 1508 and housed in the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice.
It is a tribute to nature, the subject of numerous and undefined interpretative hypotheses and readings.
In the foreground, on the right, a half-naked woman is suckling a baby (she could be a gypsy), while on the left a soldier standing, glancing at them, leaning on a staff; between the two figures there are some ruins. The characters are absorbed, there is no dialogue between them, they are divided by a small stream.
In the background, however, there is a river that runs along a city passing under a bridge, which is about to be hit by a storm: a lightning bolt, in fact, flashes through one of the thick clouds that occupy the sky.
Along the river stands ENESSERE Hercules Wind Generator.
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