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Roman School

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ROMAN SCHOOL  Apparition Of The Angel

Babuino /May 18, 2015
2,500.00 - 3,500.00
Not disclosed

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Variants on Artist's name :

Scuola Romana

Ecole Romaine

Romischer Meister

 

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 Roman School - Reading Mary Magdalene With Putti

Roman School - Reading Mary Magdalene With Putti

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Lot number: 208
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The present composition was painted by an artist possibly active in Rome during the 18th century. The depiction of the reading Mary Magdalene follows a composition by Antonio da Correggio (1489-1534), once in the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister in Dresden and now lost. The present version shows significant differences from the original one, and is possibly derived from an engraving. While in Correggio’’’’s work Magdalena is engrossed in reading, in this version she looks up to the three putti heads surrounded by clouds. In front of her, there is not only depicted her ointment vessel, but also the dead skull traditionally attributed to her. Furthermore, the painter added Magdalena’’’’s cave and a city backdrop to the composition. The canvas has been relined, and the varnish is a little dirty. The paint surface has been consolidated in parts. Inspection under UV light reveals scattered areas of retouching throughout the painting as well as areas of old retouching to the body of the Mary Magdalene, the putti and to the right part of the sky. The gilt stucco frame shows a few nicks. The overall dimensions, framed, are 76.5 x 99 cm. The stretcher measures 49 x 74 cm. Roman School, Reading Mary Magdalene with Putti, 18th Century Oil on canvas, relined Italy, 18th century Roman School Reading Mary Magdalene with putti in the wilderness Gilt stucco frame Dimensions: 49 x 74 cm Provenance: Private collection, Switzerland Due to a painting by Antonio da Correggio from the 16th century, the subject of the reading Mary Magdalene in the wilderness was extremely popular in the 17th century and has since then been copied numerous times
 Roman School - Head Of A Goddess

Roman School - Head Of A Goddess

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Lot number: 45
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Detailed description Condition: The head is in fair condition consistent with age. The surface with abrasions and chips, minor modern traces of green paint. Part of the nose and mouth are chipped. The height, without the base, measures 25 cm. Roman Marble Head of a Goddess, 2nd-3th C. AD Marble Roman, circa 2nd-3th century AD Head of beautiful young woman, presumably a goddess The round face with heavy-lidded almond-shaped eyes, straight nose and small delicate mouth The hair center parted and pulled back, crowned by a stepháne Mounted on a red-brown marble base Height: 25 cm Condition consistent with age
 Roman School - Arcadian Landscape

Roman School - Arcadian Landscape

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Lot number: 42
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Condition: The painting shows some wear marks consistent with age. The paint surface is slightly darkened and stained and shows some small scratches. There is a crack with minor paint losses to the lower right part of the painting. The inspection under UV light reveals some old strokes of retouching to the margins. The frame is slightly chipped. The size of the painting is 48 x 40 cm, while the frame measures 56 x 48.5 cm. (cko) Oil on panel Roman School, second half of 19th century Dimensions: 48 x 40 cm Gilt wooden frame: 56 x 48.5 cm Arcadian landscape in the Romantic tradition
 Roman School - Apparition Of The Angel

Roman School - Apparition Of The Angel

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Lot number: 94
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ROMAN PAINTER, 18TH CENTURY APPARITION OF THE ANGEL TO SAN CARLO BORROMEO Oil on canvas, cm. 128 x 97,5 PROVENANCE Family from Veneto CONDITION OF PAINTING 20th century relining. Retouch on cloak of the Saint. Good state of conservation. * The description of the above lot by the auctioneer in the language of the auction is the governing description. Any translation using Google translate is a guide only - its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it is used at your own risk.
 Roman School - Landscape With Bacchanal

Roman School - Landscape With Bacchanal

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Lot number: 39
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Roman School, circa 1640–1645 Landscape with Bacchanal, oil on canvas, 100 x 124 cm, framed Provenance: European Private Collection We are grateful to Andrea G. De Marchi for suggesting a tentative attribution to Pier Francesco Mola (Coldrerio 1612–1666 Rome) or Giovanni Battista Mola (Coldrerio 1585–1665 Rome) for the present painting. Stylistically the present work can be dated to slightly before the middle of the 17th century and appears to be by an artist working in Rome. The present composition shows a group of satyrs and bacchantes drinking wine and playing the piffero and tambourines in front of a landscape containing elements of classical architecture. The prototype was probably the celebrated bacchanal painted by Titian for the d’’’’Este court of Ferrara which was soon afterwards moved to Rome. De Marchi has suggested that the present work is related to early works of Pier Francesco Mola which he discussed in a recent publication (see A. G. De Marchi, Mola, Il disegno e la pittura, 2013) and he argues that the present painting can be compared to the Personification of Poetry (Narbonne, Musée d’’’’Art et d’’’’ Histoire, inv. LB403, see E. Schleier, in Pier Francesco Mola […], exhibition catalogue, Rome-Lugano, Milan 1989, p. 324) previously given to Guercino and then to Keilhau, before being attributed, possibly mistakenly, to Giacinto Brandi. A second and more significant comparable painting is a Holy Family with Angels in the Pallavicini collection, Rome, signed indistinctly “MOLA P.is / 16..” , and recorded in a family inventory l of 1679 as a work by “Mola pupil of Albani”. This information led Longhi and Zeri (cat. n. 314) to believe it to be a work by the French Jean Baptiste Mollo. The historical details were reviewed by Rosenberg (see P. Rosenberg, Dal Mola al Mollo “tombeau” per Giovanni Battist, in: Pier Francesco Mola […] ibid., 1989, p. 134-145).
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