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Raffaello Sanzio

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SANZIO Raffaello ‘madonna Of The Goldfinch’’

Auctionata /Jun 18, 2014
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Raffaello Sanzio - Transfiguration

Raffaello Sanzio - Transfiguration

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Lot number: 44
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The ‘Transfiguration’’’’ was the last painting that Raphael (1483-1520) painted before his death in 1520. In the composition, the Italian painter united two scenes of the New Testament: the transfiguration of Christ on Mount Tabor at the upper part and the healing of the moonstruck boy at the lower part of the painting. Condition: The work is overall in good condition according to age. The cardboard is slightly wavy and shows paint losses and water stains to the margins. The lower right corner has a crease mark, and the reverse shows foxing throughout. Otherwise, the painting appears in still fresh colors. The frame shows some small losses. The dimensions of the work are 43.5 x 29.5 cm, while the frame measures 65 x 48 cm. (cko) Gouache on cardboard Italian School, 19th century After Raphael (1483-1520) - Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance Copy of the painting ‘Transfiguration’’’’, 1516-1520, now in the Vatican Museum in Rome Dimensions: 43.5 x 29.5 cm Mounted under glass in partly gilt wooden frame: 65 x 48 cm Good condition One of the best known works of the High Renaissance, in which are indicated the very first trains of Mannerism and Baroque Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 3.000 Euro
Raffaello Sanzio - Psyches Et Amoris Nuptiae Ac Fabula

Raffaello Sanzio - Psyches Et Amoris Nuptiae Ac Fabula

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Lot number: 96
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SANZIO (RAPHAEL) Psyches et amoris nuptiae ac fabula, 11 engraved plates by Dorigny (including title, lacking plate 9) [Berlin Cat. 4066], 1693; LANFRANCO (GIOVANNI) Deorum concilium in Pinciis Burghesianis hortis, 9 engraved plates by Pietro Aquila (including title), [c.1675]; DA CORTONA (PIETRO BERRETINI) Barberinae aulae fornix, 10 engraved plates (including title) [Berlin Cat. 4093], [c.1690]; [Heroicae virtutis imagines], 7 plates (of 28, lacks title), [1686]; idem, 15 engraved plates by Albert Clouwet (lacking title), [c.1677], Rome, D. and J.J. de Rossi, 5 works bound in 1, eighteenth century mottled calf, folio , sold as a collection of plates not subject to return
Raffaello Sanzio - Madonna Della Sedia

Raffaello Sanzio - Madonna Della Sedia

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Lot number: 383
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Description: Superbly Rendered KPM Porcelain Plaque Depicting the Madonna della Sedia, after Raphael (Italian, 1483-1520), fourth quarter 19th century, by the Royal Porcelain Manufactory, Berlin, impressed on the back with "KPM" and a scepter above "X II", matted in silk moire and velvet, presented in a contemporary giltwood frame, plaque, h. 12-1/2", w. 10", overall, h. 19-3/4", w. 19-3/4". Condition Report: The painting within the circle is in excellent condition with no sign of imperfections or issues. Three of the outer corners have paint loss from adhesive. These areas are concealed behind the liner.
Raffaello Sanzio - ‘madonna Of The Goldfinch’’

Raffaello Sanzio - ‘madonna Of The Goldfinch’’

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The present painting is the work of an Italian artist of the 19th century. It is based on the painting titled ‘Madonna of the Goldfinch’’’’ [Madonna del Cardellino] by Raphael from the years 1505/06, now in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. The painter of the present work has made only little changes compared to the original. For instance, he extended the loincloth of Christ. The three figures form a pyramidal composition in front of a landscape backdrop. Maria wears a red robe as a reference to the Passion of Christ, and her characteristic blue coat is a symbol of faith. John holds a goldfinch in his hand, pointing again to the crucifixion of Christ. The book in the hand of Mary refers to the ‘Sedes Sapientiae’’’’, the throne of wisdom. Maria, however, does not sit on a throne, but on a rock, which is a sign of a modern image conception. The canvas has been relined. The varnish is slightly darkened. The paint surface shows some small paint losses, areas of abrasions and scratches. Inspection under UV light reveals areas of retouching to the background, strengthening and restoration to the costume, the hair, the flash tones and the goldfinch. The reverse show wax marks due to an old restoration lower right. The painting is 110 x 78 cm in size. Raphael (1483-1520) Born in Urbino, Raphael worked as a painter and architect in the time of the High Renaissance. He is particularly recorded for his harmonious and lovely Madonna depictions, and was regarded as the greatest painter of all time at least until the 19th century. According to his biographer Vasari, Raphael went to Perugia in 1500, and received his artistic training with Perugino. Around 1504, he moved to Florence and studied the works of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Masaccio and Fra Bartolommeo. From 1508, he lived in Rome. He was commissioned from Pope Julius II to decorate the papal apartments (stanze) with mural paintings. Between 1509 and 1517, he painted his most famous works. In 1514, he was appointed architect and construction ladder of the new St. Peter's Church. Today, many of Raphael's works are on display in important museums, including the Vatican’’’’s pinacoteca , the National Gallery in London, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, the Kunsthistorische Museum in Vienna, the Louvre and the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister in Dresden. Raphael, after, ‘Madonna of the Goldfinch’’, Italy, 19th Century Oil on canvas, relined Italy, 19th century After a painting by Raphael (1483-1520), now in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence Depiction of Mary, Christ and St. John holding a goldfinch, so called ‘Madonna del Cardellino’’’’ Dimensions: 110 x 78 cm Provenance: Private collection, Germany The present painting is the work of an Italian artist of the 19th century. It is based on the painting titled ‘Madonna of the Goldfinch’’ [Madonna ...
Raffaello Sanzio - Madonna Del Seddia

Raffaello Sanzio - Madonna Del Seddia

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Porcelain Plaque After Raphael Italian, late 19th century, Madonna del Seddia, stamps verso "C&A Schwicker" and "Firenze", hand-painted and outline stencil on porcelain, 11-3/4 in. diameter; fine original carved and gilt wood frame, with scroll, shell and figural decoration, with makers label for "C.& A. Schwicker..Florence", overall size 26 x 21-1/2 in., good condition; abrasions to frame, some minor losses Estate of Natalie Toll
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