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Girolamo Campagna

Italy (Verona 1550 -  Venezia 1625 ) Wikipedia® : Girolamo Campagna
CAMPAGNA Girolamo   Venus And Cupid

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May 20, 2017
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Girolamo Campagna -   Venus And Cupid

Girolamo Campagna - Venus And Cupid

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Lot number: 1262
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Lot 1262: A bronze model of Venus and Cupid from the workshop of Girolamo Campagna Description: A depiction of the goddess designed for a frontal viewpoint. She is shown standing in contrapposto with her head raised and turned to the left, accompanied by the nude figure of Cupid. Dimensions: Height 35 cm (without basel) Artist or Maker: Girolamo Campagna, studio of Medium: Cast in the round, chased, and with old patina Provenance: Private collection, Rome.
Girolamo Campagna -  Apollon

Girolamo Campagna - Apollon

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Lot number: 30
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Italie, Venise, vers 1600, entourage de Girolamo Campagna (1549-1625) Apollon

AN ITALIAN, VENICE, CIRCA 1600, BRONZE FIGURE OF APOLLO, CIRCLE OF GIROLAMO CAMPAGNA

en bronze à patine brune; sur un socle en plexiglas

Haut. 28 cm; height 11 in.
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Saleroom Notice
Literature V. Krahn,
Bronzetti Veneziani.

Die venezianischen Kleinbronzen der Renaissance aus dem Bode-Museum Berlin
, 2003, pp. 144-147, n° 36.
Un modèle comparable est conservé au Bode Museum, à Berlin (cf. V. Krahn,
op. cit
., n° 36); un autre a été vendu par Sotheby's à Paris, le 20 avril 2012, lot 20. 
Girolamo Campagna - Allegorical Figures Of War And Peace

Girolamo Campagna - Allegorical Figures Of War And Peace

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Lot number: 139
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A PAIR OF ITALIAN BRONZE ALLEGORICAL FIGURES OF WAR AND PEACE, PROBABLY AFTER A MODEL BY GIROLAMO CAMPAGNA (1549–1625)
17TH CENTURY, VENICE
upon later faux marble paneled carved wood socles.
heights overall 30 3/8 in.; 28 1/2 in.
77.2 cm; 72.5 cm
J. Pierpoint Morgan
Acquired by Duveen
W. K. Vanderbilt
Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., New York, 1944
The model of Minerva (War) has been variously attributed to the Venetian Renaissance sculptors Alessandro Vittoria and Tiziano Aspetti (Planiscig, op. cit., figs. 520 -521 and 622); other casts include one in The Robert Lehman Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A pair identical to the Caramoor bronzes of Minerva and Ceres (Peace), mounted on andiron bases, were formerly in the J. Pierpont Morgan collection, there ascribed to Vittoria. Another pair is in the Museo Civico, Padua tentatively ascribed to Vittoria.
Scholten (op. cit.) notes that while the model of Minerva in the Lehman collection was probably inspired by Vittoria, highlighting the all\’\’\’\’antica treatment of the armor and the Baroque sense of movement, the details in her face and the waving drapery closely resemble a Mercury in Berlin which has been recently ascribed to another major Venetian sculptor, Girolamo Campagna (1549 – after 1617).
RELATED LITERATURE
Leo Planiscig, Venezianische Bildhauer der Renaissance, Vienna, 1921, p. 49, figs. 520 and 521
Giovanni Mariacher, Bronzetti Veneti del Rinascimento, Vicenza, 1971, p. 40, fig. 168
Davide Banzato and Franca Pellegrini, Bronzi e placchette dei Musei Civici di Padova, Padova, 1989, nos. 58 and 59, pp. 81-83
Frist Scholten, The Robert Lehman Collection, European Sculpture and Metalwork, vo. XII, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2011, pp. 56-58
Girolamo Campagna - Seated Woman Allegorical Of Chastity

Girolamo Campagna - Seated Woman Allegorical Of Chastity

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Lot number: 58
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VENETIAN, 16TH CENTURY (1550-c.1625) - A BRONZE SEATED WOMAN ALLEGORICAL OF CHASTITY -
Mis: base: 4cm.., 1½
the clothed seated virgin embracing a unicorn on her lap, symbolic of chastity, modelled on circular stepped base with two filled fixing holes (2)

CATALOGUE NOTE
The composition of this charming small bronze closely resembles Domenichino's fresco in the Palazzo Farnese of the gentle virgin taming a unicorn. Indeed the motif was the impresa of the Farnese family. The unusual shape and old fixing holes suggest this bronze might have been a finial or lid, perhaps for an inkstand, as seen for example in the seated Clio inkstand in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (see J.Warren, Renaissance Master Bronzes from the Ashmolean, Katz Gallery 1999, no.38).
Girolamo Campagna -  Junon

Girolamo Campagna - Junon

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Lot number: 180
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