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Pietro Antonio De Pietri

(1663 -  1716 )
de PIETRI Pietro Antonio St. Francis Renouncing His Worldly Goods

Sotheby's
Jan 23, 2008
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Pietro Antonio De Pietri - Two Standing Men, A Woman Holding

Pietro Antonio De Pietri - Two Standing Men, A Woman Holding

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Pietro Antonio de' Pietri (Novara 1663-1716 Rome)

Two standing men, a woman holding a basket above her head behind (recto); An enlarged study of the same composition with Christ seated and raising his arm, a seated woman to the left (verso)

with inscription 'P. da Pietris' (verso)

black chalk, stumping

15½ x 11 in. (39.3 x 27.8 cm.)
Pietro Antonio De Pietri - The Annunciation To The Virgin

Pietro Antonio De Pietri - The Annunciation To The Virgin

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Lot number: 812
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Pietro da Pietri
(Rome 1663-c. 1708)

The Annunciation to the Virgin,

oil on canvas, 48 x 37 cm, framed

We are grateful to Professor Giancarlo Sestieri for the confirmation of authenticity.

The present painting is loosely connected to a composition by Carlo Maratta, Pietro da Pietri´s early works already show the influence of Carlo Maratta, such as four oval paintings in Santa Maria, Via Lata, and an altarpiece of the Madonna and Child with Saints. He became one of Maratta\’\’\’\’s pupils and also studied with Ghezzi.
Pietro Antonio De Pietri - The Birth Of The Virgin

Pietro Antonio De Pietri - The Birth Of The Virgin

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Lot number: 21
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Pietro Antonio de' Pietri (Novara 1663-1716 Rome) The Birth of the Virgin with number '50' traces of black chalk, red chalk, red wash, heightened with white,arched top, red chalk framing lines 10 x 6¾ in. (25.5 x 17.3 cm.)
I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to itsterms.
with Pandora Old Masters, New York, where acquired by thepresent owner, 1999.
Pietro de' Pietri was one of the most successful andaccomplished followers of Carlo Maratti and the present drawing isa clear example of how he drew inspiration from, and developed, thecompositions of his master. It is based on the print of the samesubject by Maratta (Bartsch 1), although de' Pietri expanded therectangular composition by including a group of putti within anarched top and by replacing the two standing female servants withthe figure of the startled Joachim. The sheet is a fine example ofde' Pietri's broad and painterly technique.
Pietro Antonio De Pietri - Saint Clement Giving The Veil To Flaviadomitilla

Pietro Antonio De Pietri - Saint Clement Giving The Veil To Flaviadomitilla

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Pietro Antonio de Pietri (Premia 1663-1716Rome)
Saint Clement giving the Veil to FlaviaDomitilla
inscribed 'Pietro de Pietri 6'
pen and brown ink over black chalk on paper
112 x 191 mm
PROVENANCE: Jonathan Richardson Junior (Frits Lugt 2170), with his mount andinscription: 'la Cresima a San Clemente' W. Sharp (Frits Lugt 2650) William Bates (Frits Lugt 2604) R.P. Goldschimdt (Frits Lugt 2926) Unidentified collector's mark Sale, Sotheby's, London, 8 July 1998, lot 44 For a discussion of the painting and related drawings see JohnGilmartin, 'The paintings commissioned by Pope Clement XI for theBasilica of San Clemente, Rome' Burlington Magazine, June 1974, pp.305-310.
Pietro Antonio De Pietri - St. Francis Renouncing His Worldly Goods

Pietro Antonio De Pietri - St. Francis Renouncing His Worldly Goods

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Lot number: 74
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Black chalk heightened with white, with touches of pen and brown
ink, on light brown paper
PROVENANCEWith Galerie Ratton et Ladrière, Paris; acquired in 1994
CATALOGUE NOTE
The fact that several versions of this composition are known
suggests the importance that it must have had for the artist. One
of these versions is a drawing at Windsor, very similar in size,
medium and composition, but in reverse to the present
work.1 Another, in the same medium and direction as the
Windsor version, but with some differences, is in the
Louvre.2 A freer pen and ink sketch for a very similar
composition was sold at Sotheby's in London (3 July 1995, lot 25).
Despite the existence of these and other versions of the
composition, no painting of the subject by Pietro de' Pietri
survives, nor is there any documentary evidence for his having
received such a commission.3
The church that is given such prominence in the background, and
is identified as 'S. Damiano e Maria,' perhaps an oblique reference
to the church before which Saint Francis was martyred, S. Maria
Maggiore, Assisi.
We are very grateful to Dr. Ursula Fischer Pace for her help in
the cataloguing of this drawing.
1. See A. Blunt and H.L. Cooke, The Roman Drawings...at Windsor
Castle, London 1960, p. 119, no. 1039, reproduced, as
Anonymous, Italian 17th Century, A Girl Taking a Vow of
Poverty. It came from an album of drawings by Pietro de'Pietri
and other pupils of Maratta
2. Inv. 12369, as Italian, 17th Century, A Scene from the
Life of St Francis, attributed to Pietro de'Pietri by Ursula
Fischer Pace in 1988
3. For further information on his various depictions of the
subject, see D. Graf, 'Neues zu Pietro Antonio de' Pietri,'
Römisches Jahrbuch der Bibliotheca Hertziana, vol. 33,
1999/2000, pp. 439-41
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