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Nicolò De Simone

Italy (Napoli 1636 -  1677 )
de SIMONE Nicolò Saint Lucy

Palais Dorotheum
Apr 25, 2017
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Nicolò De Simone - Saint Lucy

Nicolò De Simone - Saint Lucy

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Lot number: 333
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Niccolò de Simone (born in Liege?, active in Naples between 1636–1677) Saint Lucy, oil on canvas, 121.7 x 99.5 cm, framed We are grateful to Nicola Spinosa for suggesting the attribution of the present painting on the basis of photographs. The present painting is comparable to Niccolò de Simone’’’’’’’’s Allegory of Poetry, formerly in the De Giovanni Collection, Naples.
Nicolò De Simone - Moses Drives Water From The Stone

Nicolò De Simone - Moses Drives Water From The Stone

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Lot number: 3067
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SIMONE, NICOLO DE (before 1636 Naples after 1655) Moses drives water from the stone. Oil on copper. Verso portrait of a man engraved into the plate. 41 x 57 cm. Provenance: Swiss private collection. Our thanks to Prof. Nicola Spinosa who has confirmed the authenticity of this work on the basis of a photograph. --------------- SIMONE, NICOLO DE (vor 1636 Neapel nach 1655) Moses schlägt Wasser aus dem Stein. Öl auf Kupfer. Verso mit einem in der Kupferplatte gestochenem Porträt eines Mannes. 41 x 57 cm. Provenienz: Schweizer Privatsammlung. Prof. Nicola Spinosa bestätigt die Eigenhändigkeit anhand einer Fotografie, wofür wir ihm danken. Nicolo Simone war mit Andrea di Leone (1610-1685) in Neapel tätig und war stilistisch von Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (1609-1664) und Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665) beinflusst.
Nicolò De Simone - Saint Agnes

Nicolò De Simone - Saint Agnes

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Lot number: 167
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Niccolò de Simone (documented in Naples 1636-1677)
Saint Agnes
oil on canvas
44 x 36½ in. (111.8 x 92.8 cm.) including later additions of 4 in.(10.2 cm.) to the left, right and bottom edge
Literature
Philips family archives, memorandum book, Pictures and Ornamentsin the Library and Drawing Room, c. 1900, in the Library, as GuidoReni.
Lot Notes
We are grateful to Professor Nicola Spinosa for suggesting theattribution on the inspection of the original, noting that itrelates to ILa Poesia (signed; formerly private collection, Naples;see N. Spinosa, Pittura Napoletana del Seicento, Milano, 1984, fig.296).
Niccoló de Simone received a number of prestigious commissions insuch Neapolitan churches as i Santi Severino e Sossio, Santa Teresaagli Studi, and San Lorenzo Maggiore e San Potito. He worked fornumerous important patrons and collaborated with Viviano Codazzi,adding figures to the latter's architectural capricci (cf. A.Brejon de Lavergnée in Civilt del Seicento a Napoli, exh. cat.,Naples, 1984, pp. 131, 254-6; I. Creazzo, 'Alcuni inediti di Niccolde Simone e altre precisazioni sul pittore', in Scritti di storiadell'arte in onore di Raffaello Causa, Naples, 1988, pp. 223-32; R.Lattuada, 'Un inedito di Niccol de Simone alla Galleria DoriaPamphilij', in Bollettino d'Arte del Ministero per i Beni Culturalie Ambientali, nos. 96-7, pp. 133-4).
John Burton Philips made the Grand Tour in the 1840s, shortly aftercompleting the construction of Heath House, returning with this andother works of art acquired on his travels through Italy.
John Burton Philips and his wife Joanna moved into Heath house,North Staffordshire, in 1840, which they had rebuilt over theprevious four years. At the end of 1840 they embarked upon a tourof the Continent spending the next winter in Rome, only returningto England in June 1843. On this tour the Philipses acquired anumber of pictures, including copies of some of the great picturesthey had seen, and several sculptures, to complement their existingcollection of mostly contemporary British art, which included worksby Frederick Lee, William Collins, Sir Augustus Callcott andWilliam Clarkson Stanfield. According to a memorandum bookpreserved in the family archives this picture was acquired fromCount Palatiano in 1842.
Nicolò De Simone - Saint Agatha

Nicolò De Simone - Saint Agatha

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Lot number: 196
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niccolò de simone (also known by his flemish name, nicola lo zet) received a number of prestigious commissions in such neapolitan churches as i santi severino e sossio, santa teresa agli studi, and san lorenzo maggiore e san potito. he worked for numerous important patrons and collaborated with viviano codazzi, adding figures to the latter's architectural capricci (cf. a. brejon de lavergnée in civiltà del seicento a napoli, exh. cat., naples, 1984, pp. 131, 254-6; i. creazzo, 'alcuni inediti di niccolò de simone e altre precisazioni sul pittore', in scritti di storia dell'arte in onore di raffaello causa, naples, 1988, pp. 223-32; r. lattuada, 'un inedito di niccolò de simone alla galleria doria pamphilij', in bollettino d'arte del ministero per i beni culturali e ambientali, nos. 96-7, pp. 133-4). the present picture can be compared with a number of half-length female saints by de simone that were clearly inspired by massimo stanzione's and bernardo cavallino's prototypes (cf. i. creazzo, op. cit., figs. 8-9, p. 229), however, here the artist exhibits a sensitivity and lightness of touch that is rarely seen in his oeuvre. the rich colours of the saint's flowing robes contrast with her blond hair and reveal de simone's acquaintance with the neo-venetian palette, somewhat close to van dyck's sicilian works, that was introduced to naples during the 1640s by ribera and his circle. we are grateful to dr. stefano causa and professor riccardo lattuada for proposing the attribution on the basis of photographs. they date the painting to around 1640.
Nicolò De Simone - The Creation Of The Golden Calf

Nicolò De Simone - The Creation Of The Golden Calf

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Lot number: 127
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Niccolò de Simone (active Naples 1st half 17th Century)
The Creation of the Golden Calf
oil on canvas
67¾ x 89½ in. (172.3 x 227.5 cm.)
Saleroom Notice
Please note that this lot bears signature "J. A Escalante" (lower right).
Lot Notes
We are grateful to Professor Riccardo Lattuada for the attribution, given on the basis of photographs; Professor Lattuada dates the picture to circa 1640. Documented as working in Naples in the first half of the seventeenth century, and probably still active after 1655, the artist is likely to have been a native of Liège, as suggested by a signature on a Bacchanal in a private collection, Genoa (see I. Creazzo, 'Alcuni inediti di Niccolò de Simone e altre precisazioini sul pittore', Studi di storia del'arte in onore di Raffaello Causa, Naples, Electa Napoli, 1988, pp. 223-32). The subject is taken from Exodus, XXXII: 1-5, during Moses' absence when receiving the tablets of the Ten Commandments: 'And when the people saw that Moses delayed to come down the mount, the people gathered themselves together unto Aaron, and said unto him, Up, make us gods, which shall go before us ...And Aaron said unto them, Break off the golden earrings, which are in the ears of your wives, sons, and daughters, and bring them unto me. And all the people brake off the golden earrings ..., and brought them unto Aaron. And he received them ..., and fashioned it with a graving tool, after he had made it a molten calf: and they said, these be thy gods, O Israel, which brought thee up out of the land of Egypt.'
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