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Roman School

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ROMAN SCHOOL  Christ At The Column

Galerie Koller /Mar 29, 2017
2,336.45 - 3,271.03
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Variants on Artist's name :

Scuola Romana

Ecole Romaine

Romischer Meister

 

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 Roman School - Design For An Altarpiece

Roman School - Design For An Altarpiece

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Lot number: 21
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Roman School, 16th Century DESIGN FOR AN ALTARPIECE Pen and brown ink and wash within pen and brown ink framing lines; bears indistinct inscription in pen and brown ink, upper left: ...della capiglia sta iscritto dentro un telero no se' po afferare., and in the same hand, lower centre, the attribution: Michel angelo Bonaroti. 311 by 213 mm Sale, London, Sotheby's, 25 March 1982, lot 1 (as Circle of Cesare Nebbia)
 Roman School - Daniel In The Lion's Den With An Angel Bearing The Prophet Habakkuk

Roman School - Daniel In The Lion's Den With An Angel Bearing The Prophet Habakkuk

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Lot number: 66035
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Description: Roman School (Italian, Late 17th-Early 18th Century) Daniel in the Lion's Den with an angel bearing the prophet Habakkuk, circa 1690-1710 Oil on canvas 38 x 51-3/4 inches (96.5 x 131.4 cm) PROPERTY OF A TEXAS MUSEUM PROVENANCE: Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Charles J. Donahey, Tucson, Arizona, as of 1958; Presented by the above to the present owner in 1972. Daniel, one of the four "greater prophets" of the Old Testament, was an exile in Babylonia who attained great rank thanks to his ability to interpret dreams. He was thrown into a den of lions after disobeying one of the religious edicts of the Persian king, Darius. An angel of the Lord, though, was able to shut the lions' mouths, and Daniel was spared. The king then ordered that the prophet's accusers be placed in the den, where they instead were consumed (Daniel 6: 16-22). In that part of Apocrypha known as the History of the Destruction of Bel and the Dragon (23-42), an alternative narrative is described. There Daniel was punished for killing a sacred dragon by means of feeding it cakes made of pitch, fat and hair. His rescue was the result of the angel (said to be the archangel Michael) summoning another prophet, Habakkuk, who was told to bring Daniel food. To arrange this, the angel then transported Habakkuk by carrying him by his hair, which is the action depicted here at upper right. This freely-painted composition is dominated by the figure of Daniel, who expresses his plight, including knowledge of his impending rescue, with a full panoply of dramatic gestures typical of Baroque art. That subject's half-length format, monumental drapery and lavish chiaroscuro recall Roman painting of the early seventeenth century, whereas the pale colors of Habakkuk's cape and the loose brushwork depicting the minor figures typify Roman works of the early eighteenth century. Rome itself is suggested by the Roman temple and obelisk in the distance. Daniel's rescue party is composed in the manner of a pendentive fresco by Giovanni Lanfranco (1582-1647), whose innovative style did much to form the early Baroque style in Rome. The influence of Lanfranco's pupil, Giacinto Brandi (1623-1691), is also apparent in the rich dark forms of the foreground and the picture's overall rhythms. Added to this mix is a certain affinity with the eclectic art of Daniel Seiter (1647-1705), most visible here in Daniel's facial type and in a general "fondness for the melodramatic," to quote John Varriano ("The First Roman Sojourn of Daniel Seiter, 1682-1688," Paragone, XXXIX, No. 12, 1988, p. 37). The latter penchant is most obvious in the caricature of a lion at lower right, which recalls Seiter's rendition in a drawing at Windsor Castle. As published by Philip Pouncey, that sheet is preparatory to Seiter's ceiling mural, Allegory of Dawn (Sala del Caffè, Palazzo Reale, Turin), which was completed soon after his transfer to Turin in the summer of 1688 (see P. Pouncey, "Two Studies by Daniel Seiter for Ceiling Paintings in Turin,' Master Drawings, V, Autumn 1967, p. 287, illustrated pl. 28). HID04901242017
 Roman School - Floral Still Life

Roman School - Floral Still Life

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Lot number: 13
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A rare and very fine mid 19th century Roman micromosaic oval floral still life panel Vatican Workshop, probably attributed to Federico Campanili, circa 1860 depicting a bouquet of garden flowers in a lapis vase including roses, peonies, chrysanthemums, lilac, nasturtiums, convolvulus, violets and pansies, the vase bearing the initialled monogram RFSPV for Fabbrica di S.Pietro in Vaticano, reserved on a black marble ground, the reverse stamped au pochoir 769 H.W, mounted within a rectangular giltwood and composition frame with applied classical motifs and ivorine plaque numbered 243, the side with applied circular paper label numbered 36, the panel, 57cm x 48cm, the frame 82cm x 72.5cm
 Roman School -  Christ At The Column

Roman School - Christ At The Column

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Lot number: 6488
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ROME, 17 TH CENTURY Christ at the Column Oil on canvas. 62 x 47.5 cm. Provenance: - Dorotheum sale, Vienna, 19.6.2007, Lot 311. - Swiss private collection. --------------- ROM, 17. JAHRHUNDERT Christus an der Geisselsäule. Öl auf Leinwand. 62 x 47,5 cm. Provenienz: - Auktion Dorotheum, Wien, 19.6.2007, Los 311. - Schweizer Privatsammlung.
 Roman School - The Evangelist John

Roman School - The Evangelist John

Original c. 1540-1550
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Lot number: 169
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Roman School, The Evangelist John, Oil, c. 1540/50 Oil on panel Italy – Roman school, 17. century Dimensions of depiction: 53,5 x 43 cm Maße der Holztafel: 60 x 49,5/50,5 cm In gilt wooden frame: 70,2 x 61 cm Depiction of the Evangelist writing, with an eagle, his usual attribute, in front of a mountain scenery
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