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Consalvo Carelli

Italy (Arenella 1818 -  Napoli 1900 )
CARELLI Consalvo View Of The Vesuvius

Auctionata /Mar 1, 2016
5,000.00
Not Sold

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Carelli Gonsalvo

 

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Consalvo Carelli - View Of The Vesuvius

Consalvo Carelli - View Of The Vesuvius

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Lot number: 64
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Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900), View of the Vesuvius, Oil,19th C. Oil on paper, laid down on canvas Italy, 19th century Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900) - Italian landscape painter, draftsman, and writer on art Signed lower left ‘C. Carelli’’’’’’’’ Dimensions: 27.5 x 39 cm Good Condition Atmospheric coastline of Sorrento at the Gulf of Naples with views of the Mount Vesuvius Object checked by Art Loss Register In this evocative landscape painting Carelli focused on the representation of the natural forces that are expressed by the gathering dark clouds and lashing sea that cause the ships to stagger. Condition: The painting is in good condition. Scattered small retouching visible under UV. On the left outer edge small loss of material caused by the framing, otherwise overall of very good impression. Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900) Consalvo Carelli was born in Arenella near Naples in 1818. He received his artistic training by his father and the painter William Leighton. In 1830 he made his debut on the Espositione di Belle Arti in Naples and became a member of the artist group Posilippo, who studied the landscape from nature. Travels took him to Rome and Paris, where he studied the paintings of the French Academy artists linking his work to the classical ruin landscapes of the 17th century. In addition, he worked for the royal court in Versailles and later at the royal court of Margherita de Savoyen. He received numerous commissions from the aristocracy and worked for the Russian Tsar. In 1855 he returned to Naples and became a member of the Accademia di San Luca in 1874.
Consalvo Carelli - View Of Naples As Seen From Posillipo With The Palazzo Donn’’’’anna

Consalvo Carelli - View Of Naples As Seen From Posillipo With The Palazzo Donn’’’’anna

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Lot number: 1101
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Consalvo Carelli (Arenealla 1818–1900 Naples)View of Naples as seen from Posillipo with the Palazzo Donn’’’’Anna,the Castel dell’’’’Ovo and Vesuvius, on the reverse labelled ‘GiorgioSommer & fils, Naples’’’’, signed, inscribed C. Carelli Naples,oil on panel, 24.5 x 40 cm, framed, (GG) Provenance:Italian private Collection.
Consalvo Carelli - View Of The Vesuvius

Consalvo Carelli - View Of The Vesuvius

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Lot number: 14
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Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900), View of the Vesuvius, Oil,19th C. Oil on paper, laid down on canvas Italy, 19th century Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900) - Italian landscape painter, draftsman, and writer on art Signed lower left ‘C. Carelli’’’’ Dimensions: 27.5 x 39 cm Broad gold frame: 42.5 x 54 cm Good Condition Atmospheric coastline of Sorrento at the Gulf of Naples with views of the Mount Vesuvius Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 8,000 € This object is sold through the Berlin office
Consalvo Carelli - View Of The Vesuvius

Consalvo Carelli - View Of The Vesuvius

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Lot number: 19
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In this evocative landscape painting Carelli focused on the representation of the natural forces that are expressed by the gathering dark clouds and lashing sea that cause the ships to stagger. Condition: The painting is in good condition. Scattered small retouching visible under UV. On the left outer edge small loss of material caused by the framing, otherwise overall of very good impression. Consalvo Carelli was born in Arenella near Naples in 1818. He received his artistic training by his father and the painter William Leighton. In 1830 he made his debut on the Espositione di Belle Arti in Naples and became a member of the artist group Posilippo, who studied the landscape from nature. Travels took him to Rome and Paris, where he studied the paintings of the French Academy artists linking his work to the classical ruin landscapes of the 17th century. In addition, he worked for the royal court in Versailles and later at the royal court of Margherita de Savoyen. He received numerous commissions from the aristocracy and worked for the Russian Tsar. In 1855 he returned to Naples and became a member of the Accademia di San Luca in 1874. Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900), View of the Vesuvius, Oil,19th C. Oil on paper, laid down on canvas Italy, 19th century Consalvo Carelli (1818-1900) - Italian landscape painter, draftsman, and writer on art Signed lower left ‘C. Carelli’’’’ Dimensions: 27.5 x 39 cm Broad gold frame: 42.5 x 54 cm Good Condition Atmospheric coastline of Sorrento at the Gulf of Naples with views of the Mount Vesuvius
Consalvo Carelli - The Lago D’’’’averno

Consalvo Carelli - The Lago D’’’’averno

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Lot number: 1137
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Fullsize picture Consalvo Carelli (Arenealla 1818–1900 Naples) The Lago d’’’’Averno, Pozzuoli, signed, inscribed Conzalvo Carelli Napoli, oil on canvas, 83 x 114 cm, framed, (GG) Provenance: Acquired by the grandfather of the current owner in the early 20th century; thence by descent to the present owner; European private collection. Specialist: Gendebien Gautier
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