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Bartolomeo Schedoni

Italy (Modena 1578 -  Parma 1615 ) Wikipedia® : Bartolomeo Schedoni
SCHEDONI Bartolomeo Ecce Homo

Palais Dorotheum
Oct 21, 2014
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Bartolomeo Schedoni - The Holy Family

Bartolomeo Schedoni - The Holy Family

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Bartolomeo Schedoni THE HOLY FAMILY FORMIGINE NEAR MODENA 1578 - 1615 PARMA oil on panel 27 x 22.5 cm.; 10 5/8 x 8 7/8 in. Provenance Hugh A.J. Munro of Novar (1797–1864); His deceased sale, London, Christie's, 1 June 1878, lot 103, where acquired by Bohn; Private collection, Italy. Literature G. Waagen, Treasures of Art in Great Britain..., vol. II, London 1854, p. 135; W. Frost, A.R.A. (revised by H. Reeve), A complete catalogue of the paintings, water-colour drawings, drawings, and prints, in the collection of the late Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro, Esq., of Novar: at the time of his death deposited in his house, no. 6 Hamilton Place, London: with some additional paintings at Novar, privately printed 1865, p. 14 (as Schidone [sic]; The Holy Family, Joseph at work); N. Roio and E. Negro, Bartolomeo Schedoni, Modena 2000, p. 118, cat. no. 129 P, (as untraced).
Bartolomeo Schedoni - The Rest On The Flight Into Egypt

Bartolomeo Schedoni - The Rest On The Flight Into Egypt

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IMPORTANT OLD MASTER PAINTINGS FROM THE FORBES COLLECTION FORMERLY AT FETTERCAIRN HOUSE

Bartolomeo Schedoni

THE REST ON THE FLIGHT INTO EGYPT: THE MADONNA AND CHILD IN A LANDSCAPE SEATED, ATTENDED BY AN ANGEL HOLDING A BOOK FOR ST. JOSEPH

FORMIGINE NEAR MODENA 1578 - 1615 PARMA

inscribed with an old inventory no. 23, and with an unidentified collector's wax seal, with viscount's coronet and initials, on the reverse of the panel oil on pine panel 47 x 39.5 cm.; 18 1/2 x 15 1/2 in.

Mentioned by James Irvine as having been brought from Milan to Rome some years before 1828 by an engineer and land surveyor, employed to make a survey of the Campagna of Rome (letter 29 March 1828, Rome);1 P. Oggioni, Rome; Acquired from the above by Irvine on behalf of Sir William Forbes, 7th Baronet of Pitsligo (1773–1828), of Fettercairn, Kincardineshire, on 17 March 1828, in Rome, for 35 Louis; By descent to his son Sir John Stuart Hepburn-Forbes, 8th Baronet of Pitsligo (1804–1866); By inheritance to his son-in-law Charles Trefusis, 20th Baron Clinton (1834–1904); Thence by descent to the present owner.

This previously unpublished panel is an exquisite example of Bartolomeo Schedoni\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’s work on a small scale, repeating a subject that is known in two other published versions. Schedoni frequently made multiple replicas of many of his paintings and this work demonstrates his skill in arranging a composition so as to create a scene both quiet and dynamic. The Madonna's gently inclined head is juxtaposed by the angel\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’s profile, turning round from Saint Joseph, deeply absorbed in reading, to the Christ Child, who in turn appears to have just started to shift in his mother\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’s protective arms. James Irvine bought this painting for Sir William Forbes in Rome, March 1828, when he described it as 'a very fine cabinet picture' and at the price of 35 Louis 'a very reasonable bargain as the works of this master are much prized and very scarce.'2 This painting follows the compositional type of one of two other versions of this subject – that which was sold New York, Sotheby\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’\\’s, 26 January 2012, lot 36 , the angel's wing, Saint Joseph's bowed head and right hand, and in the drapery of the Madonna's sleeve. We are grateful to Drs Emilio Negro and Nicosetta Roio for endorsing the attribution to Schedoni on the basis of a digital image. 1. 'This picture I remember to have seen and admired some years ago having been brought from Milan by an engineer and land surveyor employed to make a survey of the Campagna of Rome, and then I understood it was to be sold. He is lately returned here and invited me to come and see his pictures... I picked out this...'. James Irvine's letter to Sir William Forbes, Rome, 29 March 1828. 2. James Irvine's letter to Sir William Forbes, Rome, 29 March 1828. 3. For both paintings, see E. Negro and N. Roio, Bartolomeo Schedoni, Modena 2000, p. 101, cat. nos 47.1 and 47.2, reproduced p. 102. 4. See M. Utili et al., La Collezione Farnese. La scuola emiliana: I dipinti. I disegni, Naples 1994, pp. 148–50, reproduced in colour pp. 148 and 150, respectively. 5. See Utili 1994, pp. 248–50, reproduced in colour p. 247. 6. F. Dallasta and C. Cecchinelli, Bartolomeo Schedoni. Pittore Emiliano, Parma 1999, p. 132. 7. James Irvine's letter to Sir William Forbes, Rome, 29 March 1828.
Bartolomeo Schedoni - Holy Family

Bartolomeo Schedoni - Holy Family

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Lot number: 79
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Bartolomeo Schedoni

FORMIGINE NEAR MODENA 1578 - 1615 PARMA

HOLY FAMILY

oil on canvas

44 by 35 3/8 in.; 111.7 by 89.8 cm.

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Provenance

Salocchi collection, Florence, in 1958.

Literature

N. Roio, "Bartolomeo Schedoni e Leonello Spada: Alcune opere sconosciute di due 'caravaggisti' padani", in Valori Tattili, Jan. 2013, pp. 52-23, reproduced p. 53, fig. 5.

This Holy Family, published for the first time by Nicosetta Roio in 2013 (see Literature), was known previously in a version at the Musée du Louvre, Paris (inv. no. 661). The Louvre canvas is slightly smaller in size than the present painting and differs also in its inclusion of a tromp l\’\’oeil label in the background, upper left.

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Federica Dallasta and Cristina Cecchinelli date the Louvre painting between 1610 and 1612, finding it stylistically comparable with Schedoni\’\’s Penitent Magdalene of 1609, in the Landesmuseum, Oldenburg and his Charity to the Blind of 1611, in the Museo di Capodimonte, Naples.

Schedoni paints the scene with an intense naturalism and the figure of the Christ Child, whose attention appears to have been caught in mid-turn, engages the viewer with striking immediacy. He illuminates the scene from upper left, casting Saint Joseph in soft shadow and bathing the Virgin and Child in light, creating a virtuosic play of light among the folds of drapery.
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1. For the Louvre painting, measuring 42 by 35 1/8 in; 106.5 by 89.2 cm., see F. Dallasta and C. Cecchinelli, Bartolomeo Schedoni, Pittore Emiliano Modena 1578, Parma 1615, Parma 1999, p. 165-166, reproduced p. 101, fig. A. 2. Ibid., pp. 141 and 158, cat. nos. 41 and 61, reproduced p.345, fig. 41 and 354, fig. 61A respectively. 3. Ibid., p. 165.
Bartolomeo Schedoni - Ecce Homo

Bartolomeo Schedoni - Ecce Homo

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Lot number: 31
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Bartolomeo Schedoni
(Modena 1578–1615 Parma)

Ecce Homo,

oil on canvas, 63.5 x 49 cm, framed

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European Private Collection

Literature:

E. Negro, in: I bari a confronto. Il giovane Caravaggio nella casa del cardinale Francesco Maria del Monte, ed. by P. Carofano, Exhibition Catalogue, San Casciano Val di Pesa 2012, p. 58, no. 11;

N. Roio, Bartolomeo Schedoni e Leonello Spada: alcune opere sconosciute di due \“caravaggisti\” padani, in: Valori Tattili, No. 1, 2013, pp. 49– 66, p. 50, fig. 1

Exhibited:

Monte Santa Maria Tiberina, Palazzo Museo Bourbon del Monte, I bari a confronto. Il giovane Caravaggio nella casa del cardinale Francesco Maria del Monte, 29 September - 7 October 2012, no. 11

The present painting can be compared to another larger Ecce Homo by Schedoni painted on a different support of panel (76 x 62 cm) conserved at the Galleria Nazionale di Capodimonte in Naples. The compostion is almost identical but when compared there are certain significant differences: the two soldiers present in the background of the Neapolitan work are absent in the present picture; and the ledge which is only superficially visible in the latter work is in the present Ecce Homo more substantial; the hand of the soldier on the right is also here depicted in greater detail. The young man on the left replicates a model that Schedoni used in other paintings from his early period in Modena (for example, the Portrait of a youth embracing a young woman from the Galleria Estense in Modena, the figure of Saint Lawrence in the altarpiece depicting the Holy Family in Glory with Four Saints in the Galleria Nazionale di Capodimonte in Naples, or in the panel associated with this painting, also in the Galleria Estense in Modena (see E. Negro, N. Roio, Bartolomeo Schedoni 1578–1615, Modena 2000, nos. 11, 21, 22)).

Apart from the variations of the composition (the fly on the sleeve of the shirt of the man is a small naturalistic detail of great effect that we find in both versions), a comparison of the two similar paintings would seem to highlight Schedoni\’\’\’\’s \‘lighter\’\’\’\’ manner in the present version, suggesting, according to Roio (see literature) that this work dates from Schedoni´s early years in Modena,circa 1607. Subsequently the image was replicated on panel in Parma. In fact the Neapolitan version entered the collection of Ranuccio Farnese in late 1609, by when Bartolomeo Schedoni had already been in the service of the Duke of Parma for more than a year.

Bartolomeo Schedoni was an artist from a family of artisans and sculptors from Modena who were prevalently makers and purveyors of masks destined for celebrations and ceremonies, working for the local aristocracy as well as for the Farnese family. He died in Parma in1615 having gained notable success as a painter. His works were strongly influenced by Correggio as well as Caravaggio. His principal patron was Ranuccio I Farnese, Duke of Parma and Schedoni worked almost exclusively for his court at Parma.
Bartolomeo Schedoni - Saint John The Baptist In A Landscape

Bartolomeo Schedoni - Saint John The Baptist In A Landscape

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Signora Dal Pozzo collection, Villa Casaloffia, Emilia;

Thence by descent to the present owner.

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PROPERTY OF A LADY

Bartolomeo Schedoni

FORMIGINE NEAR MODENA 1578 - 1615 PARMA

SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST IN A LANDSCAPE

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53 1/2 by 34 3/4 in.; 136 by 88.2 cm.

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