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Giuseppe Angeli

Italy (1712 -  1798 ) Wikipedia® : Giuseppe Angeli
ANGELI Giuseppe A Young Boy Holding A Mallard Drake

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Dec 9, 2004
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Giuseppe Angeli - Joseph And  His Brothers

Giuseppe Angeli - Joseph And His Brothers

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Lot number: 9
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Giuseppe (1712) Angeli (1712 - 1798) Lot 9: Giuseppe Angeli (Venedig 1712 - Venedig 1798). Joseph and his Brothers. Description: Oil/canvas, 112 x 150 cm, rest., relined. - An almost identical version of the painting at hand had been bought by the Metropolitan Museum in New York in 1929. - Joseph, one of twelve sons of the Old Testament father Jacob, was hated by his brothers for his superiority. They seized an opportunity to throw him in a dry well and sold him to passing slave traders. Those brought Joseph to Egypt were he developed into the most important minister of the Pharaoh and much later saved his brothers from a famine. - Expertise: Enrico Lucchese, with confirmation of authenticity. - Italian history painter. A. was since 1731 pupil in the workshop of G. B. Piazzetta the head o which he was since 1745. Following the manner of his master he added an easiness in form and colour that led to rococo. Mus.: Florence (Uffizi), St. Petersburg (Hermitage), Paris (Louvre) a. others. Lit.: AKL, Thieme-Becker, Bénézit a. others. Ref Fin29319
Giuseppe Angeli - Joseph And His Brothers

Giuseppe Angeli - Joseph And His Brothers

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Lot number: 237
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Giuseppe Angeli (Venice 1709–1798) Joseph and his brothers, oil on canvas, 113x151cm, framed We are grateful to Bernard Aikema for confirming the attribution after examination of the present painting in the original and for his help in cataloguing this lot. We are also grateful to Enrico Lucchese for independently confirming the attribution (written communication). The present painting is clearly influenced by the Venetian master Giovanni Battista Piazzetta, and it is characterised by its pictorial quality. The composition depicts the Old Testament episode of the Selling of Joseph by his Brothers (Gen. 37: 23–28) in an impressive, frieze-like setting. The picture\’s stylistic features are also reminiscent of Domenico Maggiotto (1713–1794) who was also one of Piazzetta\’s main pupils, and together with Angeli, was a painter of success in the chiaroscuro manner that is typical for Piazetta\’s school of painting. The present painting relates to a composition by Giuseppe Angeli, formerly in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and now in a private collection in Piedmont, which is slightly bigger and was first published in 1931 by Rodolfo Pallucchini as Maggiotto. Maggiotto was specialised in genre-like themes. Indeed, the scene in the lower right corner, showing the financial transaction of Joseph\’s sale to the Ismaelites, is very Maggiotto-like. However, the same Pallucchini - the doyen of Venetian Settecento studies - changed his mind in 1970, attributing the picture formerly in the Metropolitan Museum to Angeli instead. This attribution for the Metropolitan painting was later maintained by Terisio Pignatti, in the catalogue of the 1983 exhibition on Piazzetta (Giambattista Piazzetta. Il suo tempo, la sua scuola, Venice, Musei Civici) and by Mariana Mollenhauer de Hanstein in her 1986 monograph on this painter, pointing to the \‘powder-like\’ quality of the picture\’s chromatic values, which are indeed rather typical for Angeli, and dating it to circa 1750. Specialist: Mark Mac Donnell
Giuseppe Angeli - Moses And The Serpent Of Brass

Giuseppe Angeli - Moses And The Serpent Of Brass

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Lot number: 330
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Giuseppe Angeli (Venice 1712–1798) Moses and the serpent of brass, oil on canvas, 205 x 310 cm, framed We are grateful to Bernard Aikema for confirming the attribution of the present painting on the basis of high resolution photographs. We are also grateful to Mauro Lucco for independently confirming the attribution after examination of the present painting in the original. This canvas represents the celebrated Biblical episode (Numbers 21:4-9) during which the Israelites, on their journey towards the Promised Land, called upon Moses to help free them from the plague of serpents sent by God to punish them. The patriarch, following divine guidance, therefore attached a serpent he made of bronze to a pole, at the sight of which all the people that had been bitten would be healed. Stylistically the present painting is extremely similar to a canvas that represents another episode of the Israelites journey towards the Promised Land: the Gathering of Manna which is conserved in the presbytery of the Venetian church of San Stae, which also houses the Sacrifice of Melchizedek: both these paintings were executed by Angeli during the final phase of his career, around 1770. Giuseppe Angeli was a significant figure in eighteenth century Venice. He trained in the studio of Giambattista Piazzetta and in 1756 he became a member and teacher of the Accademia di Pittura di Venezia; in 1772 he was elected president of this academy. He was celebrated as a painter of both sacred and genre subjects and his paintings are conserved in many Venetian churches as well as in the Scuola Grande di San Rocco for which he worked for many years. Specialist: Mark Mac Donnell
Giuseppe Angeli - A Young Boy Holding A Mallard Drake

Giuseppe Angeli - A Young Boy Holding A Mallard Drake

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Lot number: 210
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the composition derives from a painting formerly in the collection of arturo spender, venice, which was included by pallucchini in his 1934 monograph on giovanni battista piazzetta (see r. pallucchini,
giovanni battista piazzetta
, bologna 1937, pp. 30-31, 98, reproduced fig. 30), but which was re-attributed in the same year by göring (see m. göring,
Giuseppe Angeli - A Young Boy Holding A Mallard Drake

Giuseppe Angeli - A Young Boy Holding A Mallard Drake

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Lot number: 327
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the composition derives from a painting formerly in the collection of arturo spender, venice, which was included by pallucchini in his 1934 monograph on giovanni battista piazzetta (see r. pallucchini,
giovanni battista piazzetta
, bologna 1937, pp. 30-31, 98, reproduced fig. 30), but which was re-attributed in the same year by göring (see m. göring,
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