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Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo

(1481 -  1559 )
da GAROFALO Benvenuto Tisi The Virgin Mary Flanked By Two Angels

Galerie Koller
Mar 31, 2017
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Tisi Benvenuto

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - The Madonna And Child, Painted By Saint Luke, In A Landscape

Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - The Madonna And Child, Painted By Saint Luke, In A Landscape

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Lot number: 189
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Benvenuto Tisi, il Garofalo (Ferrara 1481-1559) The Madonna and Child, painted by Saint Luke, in a landscape oil on panel 15 ¾ x 12 5/8 in. (40.5 x 32.3 cm.) Provenance Edward Law, 1st Earl of Ellenborough (1790-1871), Southam Delabere and by descent. with Colnaghi, by March 1948. William Merton, by 1955.
Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - Madonna And Child Enthroned

Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - Madonna And Child Enthroned

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Lot number: 6
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Lot 6: AFTER BENVENUTO TISI, CALLED IL GAROFALO | Madonna and Child enthroned Description: oil on panel A later copy after the central figures in Garofalo's canvas altarpiece of 1517/18 now housed in the National Gallery, London.1 The original painting depicts the Madonna and Child flanked by two pairs of saints, Saint Guglielmo d'Aquitania, Saint Chiara, Saint Anthony of Padua and Saint Francis, and originally served as the altarpiece in the Chiesa di San Guglielmo in Garofalo's home town of Ferrara. San Gugliemo was one of the largest monasteries in Ferrara but was abandoned following the Napoleonic occupation of the town during the late 1790s. The monastery was later turned into barracks and stables but was eventually almost entirely demolished in the bombings of 1944. 1. See A.M. Fioravanti Baraldi, 'Il Garofalo, Benvenuto Tisi', Rimini 1993, p. 132, cat. no. 62, reproduced. Dimensions: Unframed: 120 x 94.5 cm.; 47 1/4 x 37 1/4 in. Framed: 128 x 102 cm.; 50 3/8 x 40 1/8 in.
Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - The Virgin Mary Flanked By Two Angels

Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - The Virgin Mary Flanked By Two Angels

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Lot number: 3421
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GAROFALO, BENVENUTO TISI (1481 Ferrara 1559) The Virgin Mary flanked by two angels. Pen and brush in brown, heightened in white. Inscribed on lower left margin in brown pen: B.V.D.Garofali. 23.5 x 18.7 cm. Provenance: - Collection of Nicolas Lanier (1588-1666), London, Lugt 2885. - Collection of Max and Maurice Rosenheim (1911 and 1922), Lugt 396a. --------------- GAROFALO, BENVENUTO TISI (1481 Ferrara 1559) Die Jungfrau Maria von zwei Engeln gerahmt. Feder und Pinsel in Braun, weiss gehöht. Am unteren Rand links mit brauner Feder bezeichnet: B.V.D.Garofali. 23,5 x 18,7 cm. Provenienz: - Sammlung Nicolas Lanier (1588-1666), London, Lugt 2885. - Sammlung Max und Maurice Rosenheim (1911 u. 1922), Lugt 396a.
Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - The Circumcision

Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - The Circumcision

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Lot number: 195
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Probably Gavin Hamilton (1723-1798), Rome;

Probably John Fitzpatrick, 2

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Earl of Upper Ossory, Ampthill Park, Bedfordshire (1745-1818);

Sale, Christie\’\’s, London, 19 April 1819, lot 119 (bt. Emmerson, £65.2);

Richard von Kaufmann (1849-1908), Berlin;

His sale, Berlin, Cassirer, 4th December 1917, lot 35;

Anonymous sale, London, Sotheby's, 30 June 1971, lot 96.

Benvenuto Tisi called Garofalo

FERRARA 1481 - 1559

THE CIRCUMCISION

oil on panel

38.3 by 53.2 cm.; 15 1/8 by 21 in.
Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - Madonna And Child

Benvenuto Tisi Da Garofalo - Madonna And Child

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Lot number: 109
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Possibly King Wilhelm II of Württenberg (1848 - 1921), until 1919 (according to literature since A. Ugolini 1984 [see Literature]);

Morgan collection, Breadalbane;

By whom sold London, Christie's 27 March 1925, lot 58;

Where acquired by A.L. Nicholson (for 17gns);

F.W. Schumacher, Columbus, from 1931 to 1957;

By whom bequeathed to the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, in 1957 (inv. no. 31.289), deaccessioned in 2010 to aid the museum's acquisitions fund;

By whom sold, New York, Christie's 27January 2010, lot 167.

Columbus, Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Exhibition of Paintings from the Collection of Frederick W. Schumacher, January to February 1976, no. 250.

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Benvenuto Tisi called Garofalo

FERRARA 1481 - 1559

MADONNA AND CHILD BEFORE A CURTAIN, A MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPE BEYOND

oil on panel

29 5/8 by 22 1/4 in.; 75.3 by 56.4 cm

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The following condition report has been provided by Simon Parkes of Simon Parkes Art Conservation, Inc. 502 East 74th St. New York, NY 212-734-3920, simonparkes@msn.com, an independent restorer who is not an employee of Sotheby's. The restoration to this work on panel is attractive. The painting could be hung in its current condition. The panel is made from three or four pieces of wood joined vertically. There are no reinforcements on the reverse. There is a visible curve to the panel from left to right. The paint layer has become quite visibly disturbed through the center of the work. There is noticeable unevenness to the surface above the head of the Madonna, in her clothing and through the figure of Christ, which corresponds to restorations in these areas. The condition is good in the landscape in the upper left, and in much of the left side of the picture and the right side of the picture. However, restorations can be seen under ultraviolet light in the lower center running through the face of Christ, in his hips and in the Madonna's face, where paint losses have been retouched. The most extensive restorations are beneath the left arm of the Madonna and above her head.
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