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Polidoro Da Lanciano

Italy (1515 -  1565 )
POLIDORO DA LANCIANO A Bacchanal

Palais Dorotheum
Mar 28, 2018
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Variants on Artist's name :

Lanciano Da Polidoro

Renzi De Polidoro Da Lanciano

 

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 Polidoro Da Lanciano - A Bacchanal

Polidoro Da Lanciano - A Bacchanal

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Lot number: 40
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Nicolas Beatrizet (France 1515-1565) A bacchanal, c. 1553, after Michelangelo, engraving, inscribed "NB Lotar. F. / Inv. Michang. Bonaroti." in the plate, on laid paper, with watermark "Large shield with Latin cross and figure",28,4 x 40,2 cm, trimmed along platemarks, Bartsch 40, mounted, unframed, (Sch) Provenance: Private collection, Austria. Specialist: Mag. Astrid-Christina Schierz
 Polidoro Da Lanciano - Christ And The Adulteress

Polidoro Da Lanciano - Christ And The Adulteress

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Lot number: 296
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Polidoro da Lanciano (Lanciano circa 1515–1565 Venice) Christ and the Adulteress, oil on canvas, 101.5 x 155 cm, framed Provenance: Mariano Patrizi Montoro, Rome, 1654; Costanzo Patrizi, Rome, 1689–1739; Francesco Patrizi Naro, Rome, 1814; thence by descent, until 2011; sale, Dorotheum, Vienna, 13 April 2011, lot 488; where purchased by the present owner Documentation: Roman State Archives, 30 Notai capitolini uff. 10, notaio L. Michelangelus, vol. 212, inventory of the paintings of Mariano Patrizi (1654): ‘Un altro con un Christo e l’’’’’’’’Adultera Legata le mani con cornice tocca d’’’’’’’’oro’’’’’’’’; Vatican Secret Archives, Patrizi Montoro archive, B 69, inventory of the paintings of Costanzo Patrizi (1689): ‘Un altro con un Christo e l’’’’’’’’Adultera Legata le mane con cornice tocca d’’’’’’’’oro M. P.’’’’’’’’; Vatican Secret Archives, Patrizi Montoro archive, B 86, inventory of the fideicommissum of Costanzo Patrizi (1739): ‘Un quadro in misura d’’’’’’’’Imperatore per traverso rappresentante l’’’’’’’’Adultera pittura ordinaria con cornice fondo negro filettato d’’’’’’’’oro’’’’’’’’, 4’’’’’’’’; Vatican Secret Archives, Patrizi Montoro archive, B 436, general inventory of the paintings of Francesco Patrizi Naro (1814): ‘Un quadro per traverso rappresentante la Donna Adultera di autore incerto, franchi 321’’’’’’’’ Literature: A. M. Pedrocchi, Le stanze del tesoriere. La quadreria Patrizi: cultura senese nella storia del collezionismo romano del Seicento, Milan 2000, n. 128, p. 258 (as Polidoro da Lanciano and workshop); V. Mancini, Polidoro da Lanciano, Lanciano 2001, p. 143 (as a seventeenth century copy) The present painting was documented as early as 1654 in the inventory of the Patrizi Collection: ‘quadro con un Christo e l’’’’’’’’Adultera legata le mani con cornice tocca d’’’’’’’’oro.’’’’’’’’ In addition to this, it is listed in several inventories, compiled in 1689, 1739, and 1814. The collection was initiated in the early seventeenth century by Costanzo Patrizi (1590–1624), Treasurer of Pope Paul V Borghese. The collection’’’’’’’’s expansion took place under Marchese Mariano Patrizi (1599–1654), in whose posthumous inventory the present painting is mentioned for the first time. The painting belongs to a group of iconographically related works, which suggests the existence of a prototype, probably an invention by Titian. Following debates about their attributions, the versions in the Szépmüvészeti Múzeum in Budapest (Inv. 51808, 163 x 202 cm) and in the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo in Brescia (on deposit from the church of Sant’’’’’’’’Afra, 146 x 196 cm), have unanimously been attributed to Polidoro da Lanciano and are regarded as the best of the paintings in terms of quality (for a summary of the discussion see V. Mancini, Polidoro da Lanciano, Lanciano 2001, pp. 135–136, pp. 140–141). These attributions are based on an earlier proposal made by Bernard Berenson (see B. Berenson, The Italian Painters of the Renaissance: with Indices of Their Works, New York 1894, p. 117). In Budapest there is a further variant of the present theme (Inv. 1054, 104 x 136 cm) that was made at some point between the two versions mentioned above. A later version is preserved in London (Walpole Gallery). Ballarin believes that the second picture in Budapest (Inv. 1054) relies on a lost composition by Polidoro, whereas Mancini has tentatively identified it as an autograph work due to its deplorable condition (op. cit. Mancini, 2001, p. 143). In his monograph on Polidoro, Mancini classifies the present painting with its Patrizi provenance as one of the seventeenth-century copies after the Budapest painting, he does this without having seen the original work. The high quality of the present painting, however, has prompted Paul Joannides, after examining both compositions, to consider the Patrizi painting as the original autograph version on which the Budapest painting is based (written communication, January 2011). An old copy of the present composition is documented through a reproduction in the Fototeca Fiocco in the Fondazione Cini, Venice, without indicating the provenance. Specialist:
 Polidoro Da Lanciano - The Madonna And Child With The Young Saint John The Baptist

Polidoro Da Lanciano - The Madonna And Child With The Young Saint John The Baptist

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Lot number: 114
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Polidoro da Lanciano (Lanciano c. 1515-1565 Venice) The Madonna and Child with the young Saint John the Baptist oil on panel, octagonal 15½ x 20 in. (39.3 X 50.8 cm.)
Duke of Hamilton, Hamilton Palace; Christie's on the premises, 19 June-9 July 1882 (=5th day), lot 360, as Titian (27 gns. to the following). Cyril Flower (1843-1907), 1st Baron Battersea. Anthony G. de Rothschild, presented by him to the Red Cross; Christie's, London, June 1940, lot 858, as Titian (100 gns. to Colthurst).
London, The New Gallery, Exhibition of Venetian Art, 1894-1895, no. 227, as Titian.
 Polidoro Da Lanciano - Christ And The Adulteress

Polidoro Da Lanciano - Christ And The Adulteress

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Lot number: 488
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Lot No. 488
description
Polidoro da Lanciano
(Lanciano c. 1515 – 1565 Venice)
Christ and the Adulteress,

oil on canvas,

100x 151 cm,

framed

Provenance:

Rome,

MarianoPatrizi Montoro,

1654;

Rome,

CostanzoPatrizi,

1689–1739;

Rome,

FrancescoPatrizi Naro,

1814;
Thence by descent to thepresent owner

Literature:

A. M. Pedrocchi,
Le stanze del tesoriere. La quadreria Patrizi: cultura senesenella storia del collezionismo romano del Seicento,

Milan2000,

n. 128,

p. 258 (as Polidoro da Lanciano andworkshop); V. Mancini,

Polidoro da Lanciano,
Lanciano 2001,

p. 143 (as a 17th Centurycopy).

Documentation:

Roman StateArchives,

30 Notai capitolini uff. 10,

notaio L.Michelangelus,

vol. 212,

inventory of thepaintings of Mariano Patrizi (1654): \\\“Un altro con un Christo e l\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’ \\\’\\\’Adultera Legata le mani con cornice tocca d\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’oro\\\”; VaticanSecret Archives,

Patrizi Montoro archive,

B69,

inventory of the paintings of Costanzo Patrizi (1689):\\\“Un altro con un Christo e l\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’Adultera Legata le mane con cornicetocca d\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’oro M. P.\\\”; Vatican Secret Archives,

PatriziMontoro archive,

B 86,

inventory of thefideicommissum of Costanzo Patrizi (1739)

\\\“Un quadro inmisura d\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’Imperatore per traverso rappresentante l\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’Adulterapittura ordinaria con cornice fondo negro filettato d\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’oro\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’,

4\\\”; Vatican Secret Archives,

Patrizi Montoroarchive,

B 436,

general inventory of thepaintings of Francesco Patrizi Naro (1814): \\\“Un quadro per traversorappresentante la Donna Adultera di autore incerto,
franchi 321\\\”.

This painting wasdocumented as early as 1654 in the inventory of the PatriziCollection: \\\‘quadro con un Christo e l\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’Adultera legata le manicon cornice tocca d\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’oro.\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’ In addition,

it is listedin several inventories,

compiled in 1689,
1739,

and 1814. The collection was initiated in theearly 17th Century by Costanzo Patrizi (1590–1624),
Treasurer of Pope Paul V Borghese,

and besides worksby such contemporary painters as Guercino,

Tassi,
and Domenichino also comprised paintings by Venetian 16thCentury masters. The collection\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’s expansion took place underMarchese Mariano Patrizi (1599–1654),

in whose posthumousinventory our painting is mentioned for the first time. It showsthe standing figure of Jesus surrounded by scholars and accusingPharisees; on the opposite side appears the adulteress,
her head bent and her right hand raised to her chest,
while her left hand holds onto her garment. The entire scene isset in the foreground and is accentuated by the figures\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’gesticulation and a vivid colour scheme. The psychological tensionis enhanced through the gazes and gestures,

culminating inthe composition\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’s centre in the form of the play of hands. Thepainting belongs to a group of iconographically related works,
which suggests the existence of a prototype,

probablyan invention by Titian. Following lengthy debates about theirattributions,

the versions in the National Museum inBudapest (Inv. 51808,

163 x 202 cm)

and in thePinacoteca Tosio Martinengo in Brescia (on deposit from the churchof Sant\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’Afra,

146 x 196 cm),

have unanimouslybeen attributed to Polidoro da Lanciano as those being the best interms of quality (for a summary of the discussion see V.Mancini,

Polidoro da Lanciano,

Lanciano2001,

pp. 135/36,

pp. 140/41). These attributionsare based on an earlier proposal made by Bernard Berenson (TheItalian Painters of the Renaissance: with Indices of TheirWorks,

New York 1894,

p. 117). In Budapest thereis a further variant of the present theme (Inv. 1054,

104x 136)

that was made at some point in between the twoversions mentioned above. A later version is preserved in London(Walpole Gallery). Ballarin believes that the second picture inBudapest (Inv. 1054)

relies on a lost composition byPolidoro,

whereas Mancini,

due to the work\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’sdeplorable condition,

has tentatively identified it as anautograph work (Mancini 2001,

p. 143). In his monograph onPolidoro,

Mancini classifies the present painting with itsPatrizi provenance as one of the 17th-century copies after theBudapest painting,

yet without having seen the originalwork. The high quality of the present painting has prompted PaulJoannides,

upon examining both compositions,

toconsider the Patrizi painting as the original autograph version onwhich the Budapest painting is based (written communication,
January 2011). An old copy of the present composition isdocumented through a reproduction in the Fototeca Fiocco in theFondazione Cini,

Venice,

without indicating theprovenance. Polidoro da Lanciano was primarily dependent onTitian,

but was also inspired by Bonifacio de\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’Pitati\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’\\\’ s ornamental style and the decorative Classicism of PaoloVeronese.
Specialist: Mark MacDonnell

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conversion

Online Catalogue:
Old Master Paintings - 13.04.2011
Old Master Paintings
Auction Date:

13.04.2011 - 17:00
Location:

Palais Dorotheum
Public Viewing:
02.04. - 13.04.2011

Category:

Old Master Paintings
23.03.2011
 Polidoro Da Lanciano - The Madonna And Child With Saint Mary Magdalene, Saint Elizabeth And The Infant Saint John The Baptist

Polidoro Da Lanciano - The Madonna And Child With Saint Mary Magdalene, Saint Elizabeth And The Infant Saint John The Baptist

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Lot number: 1281
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measurements measurements note 60 by 73.2 cm. description oil on canvas, unframed provenance wesendonk collection, berlin, before 1904; wesendonk-von bissing sale, cologne, lempertz, 27 november 1935, lot 113 (as school of titian), where unsold or bought back by the family, thence by descent. exhibited on loan to the kaiser-friedrich museum, berlin, from 1904 to 1909; provinzial museum, bonn, by 1927. literature and references f. harck, 'i quadri di maestri italiani in possesso di privati a berlino', in: archivio storico dell\\’\\’arte, vol. ii, 1889, p. 211; b. berenson, the venetian painters of the renaissance, london & new york 1894, p. 116; v. cohen, katalog der gemälde galerie worniend sammlungen wesendonk, bonn 1914, no. 77; v. cohen, (title not cited by mancini, 2001), 1927, p. 130, no. 284; b. berenson, italian pictures of the renaissance, oxford 1932, p. 463; westdeutscher museumbesitz: sammlung wesendonk-von bissing. werke alter malerei, lempertz sale catalogue, cologne 1935, lot 113; b. berenson, italian pictures of the renaissance. venetian school, london 1957, vol. i, p. 142; v. mancini, polidoro da lanciano, phd dissertation, università di padova, 1983/4, p. 351; v. mancini, polidoro da lanciano, lanciano 2001, p. 129, cat. no. 17, reproduced p. 175, fig. 24 (as whereabouts unknown). catalogue note considered by hark (see literature) to be a work of andrea schiavone, the painting was correctly reassigned to polidoro by berenson when it was in the wesendonk collection (where it had been considered a titian). the attribution to polidoro, made on stylistic grounds, is further confirmed by a comparison with an almost identical composition (but for the substitution of st. elizabeth with st. joseph) in the musei capitolini, rome (mancini, op. cit., 2001, p. 128, cat. no. 15, reproduced fig. 20). due to the not perfect state of conservation of the present painting mancini tentatively attributes the work to polidoro himself and suggests the artist must have produced other variants of this composition: indeed another was sold london, christie's, 29 january 1954 (lot 82?).

LA BIOGRAFIA DI Polidoro Da Lanciano

POLIDORO DA LANCIANO Polidoro de Renzi detto (Lanciano, Chieti, 1515 - Venezia, 1565).
L'artista fu molto attivo a Venezia, dove la sua opera subì l'influenza dell'arte di Tiziano.
Tra le sue opere ricordiamo: "Maternità", "Madonna e Santi" e "Adorazione del Bambino".

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