Bartolome Esteban Murillo

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MURILLO Bartolome Esteban The Madonna And Child

Duke & Son /Sep 29, 2011
5,731.97 - 11,463.95
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Bartolome Esteban Murillo - Ecce Homo; Mater Dolorosa

Bartolome Esteban Murillo - Ecce Homo; Mater Dolorosa

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Lot number: 9
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In the collection of the Dukes of Frías, Madrid; By family descent until sold in 2000; Acquired by the present owner in around 2003. 9 PROPERTY FROM A SPANISH COLLECTION Bartolomé Esteban Murillo SEVILLE 1618 - 1682 ECCE HOMO; MATER DOLOROSA Quantity: 2 a pair, both oil on canvas, in painted ovals each: 67 by 50.5 cm.; 26 3/8 by 19 7/8 in. Estimate 200,000 - 300,000 GBP Print The following condition report is provided by Sarah Walden who is an external specialist and not an employee of Sotheby's: These two paintings have had quite recent linings and stretchers. The surface is finely preserved with a faint texture from the minute old craquelure. The fairly recent restoration has left a veil of old varnish. Mater Dolorosa. Any retouching is mainly along the edges, particularly along and near the base edge, with some at the lower left edge near the corner. There are only a few small touches in the face and scattered minute touches in the veil, especially lower down. A cluster of little touches can be seen under ultra violet light above the head in the background, where rather more old varnish has been left perhaps over a rather thinner area. Films of fine glazing heighten the poignancy of the shadows in the face and these remain beautifully preserved. Ecce Homo. Here also the main retouching to be found under ultra violet light is along the base edge and nearby where there is one evident accidental damage not far from the lower right corner. There is some other retouching at the top edge and near the top left corner. Within the figure there are minute touches in the open glazing of the face, and three brief retouchings in the body: one on the shoulder, another nearby on the upper arm and one other on the chest. However the surrounding paint is beautifully intact and strong, overlaid by highly diluted veils of glazing, giving a particular vaporous effect. This report was not done under laboratory conditions.
Bartolome Esteban Murillo - Johannes Döparen

Bartolome Esteban Murillo - Johannes Döparen

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Lot number: 1541
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Bartolomé Esteban Murillo Spanien 1618‑1682. Efter, 1600-tal. Johannes döparen. Olja på duk, 109 x 85. Follower of. 17th century. Oil on canvas, 109 x 85 cm. / 15.000 - 20.000:- / / € 1.700 - 2.200 / Dra musen över bilden för att se större, ladda ner eller lägga bud. Klicka på 'Lägg bud' för att spara objektet i 'Mina objekt', där Ni nu eller senare kan lägga bud.
Bartolome Esteban Murillo - Madonna And Child

Bartolome Esteban Murillo - Madonna And Child

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Lot number: 235
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P. Fossi (late 19th/early 20th Century Italian) copy after Murillo (1618-1682) - Oil painting - "Madonna and Child", canvas 27.5ins x 20ins, in bold fretted, carved and gilded Florentine frame Note : Inscribed to reverse of canvas "Madonna Murillo, Galleria Pitti, Firenze, copied by P. (?) Fossi". The stretcher is inscribed "
Bartolome Esteban Murillo - The Madonna And Child

Bartolome Esteban Murillo - The Madonna And Child

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Lot number: 178
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ASCRIBED TO BARTOLOME ESTEBAN MURILLO (1618-1682) The Madonna and Child, oil on canvas, 40.5" x 30.25", in a magnificent baroque giltwood frame carved with rocaille work, acanthus scrolls and flowers, and with a panel inscribed "Murillo". See illustration Provenance: Probably acquired by Richardson Browne Esq in the early 19th century (later the family name changed to Knox-Browne). Acquired at the auction of the contents of Aughentaine Castle, Co. Fermanagh, in 1955 by a member of the vendor's family and thence by descent. Private Collection, West Dorset. Exhibited: "Pictures from Ulster Houses", May 10th, 1961 - July 15th, 1961, no. 154 as "Spanish School, late 17th century" Estimate: 5000-10000
Bartolome Esteban Murillo - The Madonna And Child Signed 'bartolome Murillo

Bartolome Esteban Murillo - The Madonna And Child Signed 'bartolome Murillo

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Lot number: 34
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Lot Description Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (Seville 1618-1682) The Madonna and Child signed 'Bartolome Murillo f. t .' (in the lowerborder) traces of black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash, pen and brownink border lines, unframed 6 5/8 x 5 5/8 in. (16.8 x 14.2 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to itsterms. View ConditionReport Provenance Franz Koenigs, Haarlem, and by descent to Mrs C. van der Waals-Koenigs, and thence by descent in the family;Sotheby's, New York, 23 January 2001, lot 1. Literature A. Hyatt Mayor, 'Review: Jonathan Brown, Murillo and HisDrawings', Master Drawings, Summer 1977, p. 185. D.A. Iñiquez, 'Exposición de Dibujos de Murillo en Princeton',Archivo Español de Arte, 1977, p. 338 (as studio of Murillo). P. Cherry, 'Murillo's Drawing Academy', in S.L. Stratton-Pruitt,Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617-1682): Paintings from AmericanCollections, exhib. cat., Fort Worth and Los Angeles, 2002, p. 194,note 81. Exhibited Princeton, Art Museum, Murillo and His Drawings, catalogue byJonathan Brown, 1976-7, no. 75. View Lot Notes › Only around a hundred drawings by Murillo are now known,although he certainly executed many more. Most of the survivingsheets are compositional studies in pen, ink and wash. In thepresent drawing, Murillo first drew the figures in pen and thenenlivened them with fluid touches of wash, which gives it the feelof a monochromatic painting. The technique allows the drawing to bedated to the 1670s, yet in its composition Murillo returned to amotif he had previously used in a painting of the Madonna and Childin the 1650s (Pasadena, Norton Simon Museum; Fig. 1), itselfheavily influenced by Raphael's Madonna della Sedia (Florence,Palazzo Pitti).
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