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Vincenzo Chilone

(1758 -  1839 )
CHILONE Vincenzo View Of The Bacino Di San Marco From The Loggia Of The Palazzo Ducale

Palais Dorotheum
Oct 17, 2017
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Vincenzo Chilone - Venice, A View Of The Palazzo Ducale Looking South East Toward San Giorgio Maggiore

Vincenzo Chilone - Venice, A View Of The Palazzo Ducale Looking South East Toward San Giorgio Maggiore

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Lot number: 10
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Vincenzo Chilone (1758 - 1839) Lot 10: VINCENZO CHILONE | Venice, a view of the Palazzo Ducale looking South East toward San Giorgio Maggiore Description: oil on canvas; signed lower left: ' chilone F.' Dimensions: canvas: 19 1/8 by 15 3/8 in.; 48.7 by 39 cm. Condition Report: The canvas had been wax relined and surface has been slightly pressed as a result. Overall there is good retention of the paint surface with very nice detail in the architecture and figures. Craquelure pattern in sky. Examination under UV light reveals some retouching in sky at upper right and upper left. Also,some retouching in sky along right side which seems to be a result of pressure from the stretcher bar. The architecture, foreground and figures look good. Painting is clean and is presentable as is and there is no need for further work. Offered in a carved and gilt wood frame. The lot is sold in the condition it is in at the time of sale. The condition report is provided to assist you with assessing the condition of the lot and is for guidance only. Any reference to condition in the condition report for the lot does not amount to a full description of condition. The images of the lot form part of the condition report for the lot provided by Sotheby's. Certain images of the lot provided online may not accurately reflect the actual condition of the lot. In particular, the online images may represent colours and shades which are different to the lot's actual colour and shades. The condition report for the lot may make reference to particular imperfections of the lot but you should note that the lot may have other faults not expressly referred to in the condition report for the lot or shown in the online images of the lot. The condition report may not refer to all faults, restoration, alteration or adaptation because Sotheby's is not a professional conservator or restorer but rather the condition report is a statement of opinion genuinely held by Sotheby's. For that reason, Sotheby's condition report is not an alternative to taking your own professional advice regarding the condition of the lot. Provenance: Anonymous sale, London, Sotheby's, 26 April 2001, lot 117.
Vincenzo Chilone - View Of The Bacino Di San Marco From The Loggia Of The Palazzo Ducale

Vincenzo Chilone - View Of The Bacino Di San Marco From The Loggia Of The Palazzo Ducale

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Lot number: 380
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Vincenzo Chilone (Venice 1758–1835) View of the Bacino di San Marco from the Loggia of the Palazzo Ducale, Venice, signed lower left: Chilone F. , oil on canvas, 37.5 x 57 cm, framed Provenance: sale, Semenzato, Venice, 12 December 1993, lot 13; Private collection, Italy; where acquired by the present owner Exhibited: Brescia, Palazzo Martinengo, Lo splendore di Venezia, 23 January – 12 June 2016, no. 37 The present painting is one of Chilone\’s late works and it is characterized by the originality of the chosen compositional location, as well as by the use of colour. The loggia of the Ducal Palace is depicted on a Summer\’s day and in the distance is the island of San Giorgio, part of the Giudecca, the Church of the Zitelle and the Punta della Dogana. Figures are portrayed: on the left, three gentlemen and on the right side of the painting a lady and a young girl are listening to the explanations of a young man flanked by a dog. The present painting was executed by Chilone following his return to Venice in the first half of the nineteenth century, after a period spent in nearby Udine. In the last phase of his career Chilone focused almost exclusively on the creation of small and mid-sized paintings, all depicting Venetian landscapes and views. Specialist: Mark Mac Donnell
Vincenzo Chilone - Venise, Le Bucentaure Près Du Palazzo Ducale

Vincenzo Chilone - Venise, Le Bucentaure Près Du Palazzo Ducale

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Lot number: 29
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Clocks and Barometers +44 20 7293 5538 jonathan.hills@sothebys.com Vincenzo Chilone VENISE 1758 - 1839
VENISE, LE BUCENTAURE PRÈS DU PALAZZO DUCALE
VINCENZO CHILONE ; VENICE, THE BUCINTORO NEAR THE PALAZZO DUCALE ; SIGNED LOWER LEFT ON THE GONDOLA ; OIL ON CANVAS
Signée en bas à gauche sur la gondole VINCENZO CHILONE F.
Huile sur toile
Vincenzo Chilone - The Grand Canal At San Vio

Vincenzo Chilone - The Grand Canal At San Vio

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Lot number: 366
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Vincenzo Chilone
(Venice 1758–1835)

The Grand Canal at San Vio, Venice

oil on canvas, 76 x 109.5 cm, framed

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Private European collection

We are grateful to Dario Succi for suggesting the attribution.

Vincenzo Chilone was one of the last representatives of the glorious period of eighteenth-century Venetian vedute following of Antonio Canal, il Canaletto. He studied at the Accademia delle Belle Arti of his city, to which he donated – upon being nominated a painter of the academy in 1824 – an Architectural view with the entrance to a Venetian palace, which is clearly influenced by Canaletto, and is characterised by careful brushwork with accents of a delicate refinement (Venice, Museo d\’\’\’\’ arte moderna, inv. no. 443).

One of Chilone\’\’\’\’s most famous pictures shows The ceremony for the re-positioning of the horses on St Mark\’\’\’\’s Basilica, which took place in 1815 and was commissioned by the Accademia delle Belle Arti of Venice. The painter recorded the return of the celebrated four statues to the basilica, from which they had been removed by Napoleon\’\’\’\’s troops (see the reproduction in Luigi Salerno, \“I pittori di vedute in Italia\”, Rome 1991, p. 367). Another of Chilone\’\’\’\’s canvases, one of considerable size (105 x 135 cm), is conserved in the Museo Correr and shows a broad view of Saint Mark\’\’\’\’ s Basin, and clearly draws its inspiration from models by Canaletto (T. Pignatti, \“Il Museo Correr di Venezia – Dipinti del XVII e XVIII secolo\”, Vicenza 1960, p. 69).

The present painting shows the last stretch of the Grand Canal with the facade of palazzo Barbarigo and the basilica of the Salute on the right, and palazzo Corner della Ca\’\’\’\’ Grande on the left together with numerous other palazzos as far as the Basin of Saint Mark and the Riva degli Schiavoni in the distant background.

This painting, which from an iconographic point of view recalls Canaletto\’\’\’\’s famous view in the Gemaeldegalerie of Dresden, dates from the central part of the artist\’\’\’\’s career and can be dated to between the end of the eighteenth and start of the nineteenth century, after the period in which he painted a cycle of frescoes with Venetian views in Palazzo Morcotti in Udine, dated 1792 (R. Pallucchini, \“La pittura veneziana del Settecento\”, Venice-Rome 1960, fig. 607). The present canvas documents the style of Vincenzo Chilone at a crucial moment of his artistic development and the candid adhesion to a light, luminous manner of painting based on the models of Canaletto, whose influence is quite evident not only in the iconographic format, but also in the precise rendition of architectural elements and of the numerous boats, in the luminosity permeating the composition and in the little figures created confidently as little patches of bright colour.
Vincenzo Chilone - View Of The Rialto Bridge, Venice; And Procession In Front Of Santa Maria Della Salute, Venice The First

Vincenzo Chilone - View Of The Rialto Bridge, Venice; And Procession In Front Of Santa Maria Della Salute, Venice The First

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Lot number: 244
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Vincenzo Chilone (Venice 1758-1839) View of the Rialto Bridge, Venice; and Procession in front of Santa Maria della Salute, Venice the first oil on canvas, the second oil on canvas laid down on board the first, 23 5/8 x 31¼ in. (60 x 79.5 cm.); the second, 23¼ x 31 in. (58.8 x 78.6 cm.) a pair (2)

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