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Rutilio Manetti

Italy (Siena 1571 -  1639 )
MANETTI  Rutilio Saint Catherine Of Siena

Sotheby's
Jan 30, 2014
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Rutilio Manetti - Saint Catherine Of Siena

Rutilio Manetti - Saint Catherine Of Siena

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Lot number: 255
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With Agnew and Sons Ltd., London (according to a label on the reverse).

255

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF DENYS SUTTON

Rutilio Manetti

SIENA 1571-1639

SAINT CATHERINE OF SIENA

oil on canvas

30 5/8 by 24 3/4 in.; 77.7 by 62.9 cm.

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Rutilio Manetti - The Ecstacy Of The Magdalene

Rutilio Manetti - The Ecstacy Of The Magdalene

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Lot number: 167
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Sale, Milan, Finarte, 16 May 2001, lot 142;

Private collection, Milan.

Montale, Villa Castello La Smilea, Nella Luce di Caravaggio, \\“dipingere di maniera, e con l\\’\\’esempi avanti del naturale\\”, 30 November - 11 December 2011, no. 18.

167

PROPERTY FROM A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTION

Rutilio Manetti

SIENA 1571-1639

THE ECSTACY OF THE MAGDALENE

oil on canvas

139 by 158 cm.; 54 3/4 by 62 1/8 in.

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Rutilio Manetti - Job Reproached By His Wife

Rutilio Manetti - Job Reproached By His Wife

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Lot number: 599
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Rutilio Manetti
(Siena 1571–1639)

Job reproached by his wife

monogrammed on the right of the jug: RM

oil on canvas, 142 x 99.5 cm, framed

Provenance:

European private collection

Literature:

M. Ciampolini, Pittori senesi del Seicento, Siena 2010, vol. 1, p. 310 (as workshop of Rutilio Manetti)

We are grateful to Professor Sergio Benedetti for confirming the attribution of the present painting on the basis of a digital photograph.

According to Benedetti the present painting should be dated to Manetti\’\’\’\’s late period, around 1630. Stylistic comparisons can be made with a number of works executed by the artist between the late 1620\’\’\’\’s and early 1630s, for example Lot and his Daughters in the Galleria Nazionale d\’\’\’\’Arte Antica in Rome, and the painting of the same subject in the Museo de Bellas Artes Valencia (see Rutilio Manetti, exhibition catalogue, ed. by A. Bagnoli, Firenze 1978, pp. 113-114, no. 46-47, reproduced).

Rutilio Manetti was trained in Siena, in the studio of Francesco Vanni and Ventura Salimbeni, and his earliest paintings are strongly influenced by the late Mannerism of his masters. Although the painter is not documented in Rome, it is generally assumed that he was there at some time between 1616 and 1621, as his works by the early 1620\’\’\’\’s clearly display the influence of Roman and Bolognese painting and, in particular, that of Guercino, Caravaggio and his followers active in Rome in the second decade of 17th century.
Rutilio Manetti - The Martyrdom Of Saint Bartholomew

Rutilio Manetti - The Martyrdom Of Saint Bartholomew

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Lot number: 149
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Rutilio Manetti (Siena 1571-1639)
The Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew
oil on canvas
91 x 61 3/8 in. (231.1 x 156 cm.)
The Sienese artist Rutilio Manetti was trained by the lateMannerist painters Francesco Vanni and Ventura Salimbeni. In theearly decades of his career Manetti produced frescoes in churchesand other public buildings in his native city, many of which showthe influence of Federico Barocci, whom he also admired. Manettibecame aware of the important developments in Bologna and Rome inthe earliest years of the 17th century and by 1620 began toincorporate these new ideas into his own work. Dramatic chiaroscuroand daring compositional devices were derived from the work ofCaravaggio and his close Roman followers, Orazio Gentileschi, Ceccodel Caravaggio and Bartolomeo Manfredi, and would remaincharacteristics of Manetti's work for the remainder of hiscareer. This Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew shows Manetti after thisartistic transformation. The composition reflects his knowledge ofCaravaggio's masterpieces, The Martyrdom of Saint Peter (Rome,Santa Maria del Popolo) and The Conversion of Saint Paul (Rome,Cerasi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo). He may also have known theancient sculpture, The Flaying of Marsyas (Florence, Uffizi) whoseoutstretched torso, arms and legs are repeated in the presentcomposition to heighten the emotional drama at this excruciatingmoment in the life of this saint, thus enforcing its CounterReformation message. The present painting is a new addition to Manetti's work and isdated by Maurizio Marini to circa 1625-1630 (in correspondence witha previous owner, 18 February 2008), based on stylistic affinitieswith The Deposition with Saint Francis (Siena, Chigi Saracinicollection) and The Ecstasy of San Jerome (signed and dated 1628;Siena, Monti dei Paschi).
Rutilio Manetti - The Finding Of Moses

Rutilio Manetti - The Finding Of Moses

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Lot number: 188
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Rutilio Manetti (Siena 1571-1639)
The Finding of Moses
oil on canvas
28¼ x 42 in. (71.8 x 106.7 cm.)
Pre-Lot Text
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
Lot Notes
We are grateful to Dr. Francesca Baldassari for suggesting theattribution having seen the painting first hand.
An alternative attribution to Giovanni Francesco Guerrieri may beconsidered.
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