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Florentine School

Italy
FLORENTINE SCHOOL  The Annunciation

Christie's
Apr 27, 2017
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Variants on Artist's name :

Scuola Fiorentina

Ecole Florentine

Florence

 

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 Florentine School - Four Designs For Illustrations, With Cartouches At The Top And The Same View At The Bottom

Florentine School - Four Designs For Illustrations, With Cartouches At The Top And The Same View At The Bottom

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Lot number: 20
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Florentine School, second half of the 16th Century FOUR DESIGNS FOR ILLUSTRATIONS, WITH CARTOUCHES AT THE TOP AND THE SAME VIEW AT THE BOTTOM Quantity: 4 Pen and brown ink and wash, drawn on four pieces of paper, joined into two separate drawings a) 102 by 70 mm; b) 155 by 80 mm With H.M. Calmann, London; Lodewijk Houthakker (L.3893), on the bottom sheets P. Fuhring, Design into Art. Drawings for Architecture and Ornament. The Lodewijk Houthakker Collection, London 1989, pp. 342-343, nos. 528-529, reproduced figs. 528-529
 Florentine School -  David Mit Federbarett, Über Die Schulter Blickend

Florentine School - David Mit Federbarett, Über Die Schulter Blickend

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Lot number: 6037
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Description: 17. Jh. David mit Federbarett, über die Schulter blickend.Öl auf Leinwand. 50 x 39 cm. - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue. Artist or Maker: Florentinisch
 Florentine School - Étude Pour Un Évangéliste

Florentine School - Étude Pour Un Évangéliste

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Lot number: 35
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École florentine du XVIe siècle Étude pour un évangéliste Sanguine, traces de rehauts de blanc Annotations en haut à droite : "Gior… " Annoté sur le montage en bas à droite : "Andréa del Sarto" Au verso du montage a la plume : "n° 110" Collé sur les bords, taches et pliures 16th century Florentine school, Study for an evangelist, sanguine, white highlights traces, annotations upper right : \“Gior… \”, annotated on the mount lower right : \“Andrea del Sarto\”, at the back of the mount with pen : \“n° 110\” 31,5 x 23,5 cm - 12 3/8 X 9 1/4
 Florentine School - Portrait Of A Man

Florentine School - Portrait Of A Man

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Lot number: 195
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Florentine School, 16th century PORTRAIT OF A MAN oil on panel, the reverse with a wax seal of the Imperial Arms of Russia and another bearing the arms of an untitled noble family of Russia 56.8 x 43 cm.; 22 3/8  x 16 7/8  in. Provenance With Frederick Mont, New York; Sale, Vienna, Dorotheum, 17 September 1974, lot 132; Private collection, Vienna; Anonymous sale, Vienna, Dorotheum, 15 October 2013, lot 597, where purchased by the present owner. Literature J. P. Richter, 'The Mond Collection', London 1910, vol. III, p. 481; L. Mortari, Francesco Salviati, Rome 1992, p. 161, cat no. 187 (as doubtfully attributed to Salviati). Catalogue Note Mortari notes similarities between the sitter in the present painting and the sculptor or goldsmith represented in Salviati's portrait in the Patrizi Collection, Rome.1 The two sitters are indeed alike in their physiognomy and in the details of the attire, for example the soft cap and collar, and the cut of his overcoat. 1. Mortari 1992, p. 150, cat. no. 127, reproduced.
 Florentine School -  The Annunciation

Florentine School - The Annunciation

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Lot number: 4
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Florentine School, 16th Century The Annunciation oil and tempera on panel, unframed 10 ¾ x 7 ¼ in. (27.1 x 18.5 cm.) Although the author of this stunning panel has yet to be identified, its quality is unmistakable. In the center of the composition, the Virgin Mary kneels before a lectern, folding her hands and reading an open book in an act of piety. The softness of her facial features and the masterful rendering of the three-quarter profile – which suggests that the artist was aware of Leonardo da Vinci’’’’’’’’s profile studies of the 1470s and 1480s – lend an air of grace and elegance to the Virgin, who dominates the compact, indoor setting. In addition to the beautiful details of the nearly-drained hourglass, open cupboard, and painstakingly described book in which individual lines of text are visible, the scene is decorated with an elegantly decorated pilaster, coffered ceiling, and a view past a drawn curtain into a darkened room beyond. At left, a small glimpse of a treetop and blue sky appear above the stone wall outside the Virgin’’’’’’’’s room: rays of sunlight to stream in and bathe the scene, creating cast shadows along the back wall and behind the open cupboard door.   Compositional and stylistic evidence suggests this panel is the work of a highly skilled artist working in the last decade of the 15th century. While an identification has not yet been possible, it seems likely that the painter belonged to the rich artistic milieu around Ferrara at the turn of the 15th century. There are, for example, certain similarities to the works of Niccolò Pisano, Gian Francesco Maineri, and Lorenzo Costa, all of whom were active in Ferrara and Bologna in this period and share with the present work a connection to the innovations of their predecessor Ercole de’’’’’’’’Roberti. However, the sweetness of the Virgin’’’’’’’’s face and the sweeping folds of the drapery suggest the present artist’’’’’’’’s awareness also of Tuscan models and, as mentioned above, of the innovations of Leonardo Da Vinci.
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