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Giuseppe Ruoppolo

Italy (Napoli 1631 -  1710 )
RUOPPOLO Giuseppe Natura Morta Di Pesche, Uva E Meloni.

Capitolium Art Casa D'aste
Dec 9, 2015
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Ruoppolo Giuesspe

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Giuseppe Ruoppolo - Still Life With Peaches Figs And Blackberries

Giuseppe Ruoppolo - Still Life With Peaches Figs And Blackberries

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Giuseppe Ruoppolo (Naples 1629–1693) Still life with peaches figs and blackberries, oil on canvas, 78.5 x 103 cm, framed

Provenance: Anna Maria Croce collection, Naples, late 19th century; thence by descent to the present owner The attribution of the present painting to Giuseppe Ruoppolo has been independently confirmed by Riccardo Lattuada and Andrea G. de Marchi after examination of the painting in the original. Contemporary information about Giuseppe Ruppolo is scarce. De Dominicis, in his Vite, states that he was a nephew of Giovanni Battista Ruppolo (see B. De\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’ Dominici, Vite de\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’ Pittori, Scultori, ed Architetti Napoletani, Naples 1742, vol. III, p. 298). The present composition shows the influence of Giovanni Battista Ruoppolo as well as the early works of Giuseppe Recco. The lack of firmly attributed works and documentary information have made it difficult for art historians to reconstruct the painter\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s oeuvre. At present Giuseppe Ruoppolo\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s corpus includes a number of certain works, some of which are signed, and all characterised by the firm illumination of the objects, by a rapid but precise brushwork, and by a particular manner of arranging the varieties of fruit. These are all features that can be found in the present painting, which can be compared to the Still life with fruit (oil on canvas. 68 x 118 cm) published with an attribution to Giuseppe Ruoppolo by Middione in the catalogue of the artist\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s works (see: R. Middione, in: F. Zeri (ed.), La natura morta in Italia, Milan 1989, p. 924, ill. 1116). The attention to detail, the bright lighting, and the rendition of the different surfaces of the various fruit make of the present still life an important addition to the corpus of paintings by Giuseppe Ruoppolo.
Giuseppe Ruoppolo - A Still Life With Fruits, Including Apples, Cherries, Figs, Marrow And Grapes In And Around Wicker Baskets Together With A Mackaw, A Blue-and-white Porcelain Dish And A Tortoise

Giuseppe Ruoppolo - A Still Life With Fruits, Including Apples, Cherries, Figs, Marrow And Grapes In And Around Wicker Baskets Together With A Mackaw, A Blue-and-white Porcelain Dish And A Tortoise

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Lot number: 56
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giuseppe ruoppolo was the nephew of the famous neapolitan still life painter giovanni battista recco (1629 - 93). his style is best described by the neapolitan 18th century biographer bernardo de dominici in his vite of 1742-45: \\`\\`si distinse per una certa tinta alquanto più rossagna nelle frondi delle viti e ne campi. fece assai been i frutti secchi, gli aranci, i limoni...non fu peró ferace, e felice nel componimento, ponendo quasi a ringhiera sopra un poggio cio che voleva dipingere, e senza niuna bizzarria pittoresca lo dipingeva, ma con tanta verità...dipinse anch'egli cose di rame verdume, canestrini di insalate' (\\`\\`he was distinguished for a certain somewhat more reddish tinge in the vine leaves and the fields. he did dried fruits, oranges, lemons very well..he was nevertheless not fertile and felicitous in composition, placing whatever he wished to paint almost like a balustrade on top of a balcony and proceeding to paint it without the slightest pictorial caprice, though with great truthfulness...he likewise painted things in copperware, greenery, baskets of salad..'). the signature form on the present work is also to be found on another still life of fruit now in a private collection, naples (reproduced in n. spinosa, \\`\\`la natura morta a napoli', in la natura morta in italia, ed. l. salerno, milan 1989, p. 925, fig. 1118) provenance:anonymous sale, monaco, sotheby's, 2 july 1993, lot 31, where acquired by the present owner.
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