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Leonardo De Mango

Italy (1843 -  1930 )
de MANGO Leonardo The Side Entrance Of Hagia Sophia

Palais Dorotheum
Apr 25, 2018
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Leonardo De Mango - Portrait Of A Libyan Man Unframed

Leonardo De Mango - Portrait Of A Libyan Man Unframed

Original 1905
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Lot number: 137
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Leonardo de Mango (Italian, born 1843) Portrait of a Libyan man signed, inscribed and dated 'Tripoli d' Africa. Giugno 1905/L. de Mango' (upper right) oil on canvas laid to board 54.5 x 42.5cm (21 1/2 x 16 3/4in). unframed Footnotes Provenance Anon. sale, Bonhams, London, 21 May 2008, lot 64. In Tripoli De Mango was the guest of the Italian consul-general, Cavaliere Medana.
Leonardo De Mango - The Side Entrance Of Hagia Sophia

Leonardo De Mango - The Side Entrance Of Hagia Sophia

Original 1901
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Lot number: 1209
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Leonardo De Mango (Bisceglie 1843–1930 Istanbul) The side entrance of Hagia Sophia, signed, dated L. de Mango 1901, oil on canvas, 45 x 32 cm, framed, (GG) Provenance: Private Collection, Italy. Compare: Exhibition catalogue, Dolmabahce Palace, Leonardo de Mango, An orientalist from Beyoglu, 23 November-15 January 2006, p. 151. We are grateful to Erol Makzume who confirmed the authenticity on the basis of a photograph. Specialist: Gautier Gendebien
Leonardo De Mango - A Friday At The Fountain Of The Sweet Waters, Constantinople

Leonardo De Mango - A Friday At The Fountain Of The Sweet Waters, Constantinople

Original 1918
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Lot number: 35
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Leonardo de Mango ITALIAN A FRIDAY AT THE FOUNTAIN OF THE SWEET WATERS, CONSTANTINOPLE 1843-1930 signed and dated 21 Agosto 1918 / L. de Mango lower right; titled Un Venerdì alle acque dolci d\’Asia / L. de Mango on a label on the reverse watercolour and gouache on paper 57.5 by 43cm., 22½ by 17in.
Leonardo De Mango - Along The Golden Horn

Leonardo De Mango - Along The Golden Horn

Original 1884
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Lot number: 230
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Leonardo De Mango
(Bisceglie 1843–1930 Istanbul)

Along the Golden Horn, Constantinople, signed, inscribed and dated L. De Mango, 1884, Galata, oil on canvas, laid down on board, 31 x 45.5 cm, framed, (GG)

We are grateful to Erol Makzume for confirming the authenticity of the painting on the basis of a photograph. Along the Golden Horn is a rich example of De Mango\’\’\’\’s scenes of daily life in Istanbul, painted when the artist was at the height of his career. After a trip to Syria in 1874, he settled in Beirut where he painted a large number of landscapes and seascapes. He ventured well beyond the beaten track, visiting countries such as Egypt, and Tripoli. He then moved to Istanbul in 1883 where he lived for almost 50 years. As did Fausto Zonaro, De Mango chose Istanbul as his home. He established a successful studio which became the place frequented by travellers looking for views of Istanbul. He was captivated by the culture and the daily activities of its people, such as street barbers, public scribes and fishermen. In the present lot, for example, he portrays a group of fishermen with a man standing under a large parasol, watching them. Next to him is another man, smoking the Nargile, a popular water pipe in Turkey. The architecture in the background can be identified as the Yeni Cami on the left and the Süleymaniye Mosque on the right, located on the Third Hill of the city. It was most probably painted near the Galata Tower, to the north of the Golden Horn. The artist paid little attention to the architecture; for him the most important aspect was the use of colour and the depiction of the everyday life of city folk. He was captivated by the local colour, the light of the sky and customs, as demonstrated in the present lot.
Leonardo De Mango - In Conversation

Leonardo De Mango - In Conversation

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Lot number: 1157
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Leonardo De Mango
(Bisceglie 1843–1930 Istanbul) In Conversation, signed, inscribed and dated De Mango, Cospoli, 1° Maggio 1924, oil on canvas, laid down on board, 42 x 30 cm, framed, (GG)

We are grateful to Erol Makzume for confirming the authenticity of the painting on bases of a photograph.
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