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Andrea Meldolla Schiavone

Italy (1522 -  1563 ) Wikipedia® : Andrea Meldolla Schiavone
SCHIAVONE Andrea Meldolla Aeneas Fleeing Troy

Potomack /Jun 8, 2013
153.06 - 229.59
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Meldolla Andrea, Lo Schiavone

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Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - The Adoration Of The Shepherds

Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - The Adoration Of The Shepherds

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Lot number: 7
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Andrea Meldolla, called Schiavone THE ADORATION OF THE SHEPHERDS ZARA CIRCA 1510 - 1563 DALMATIA Black chalk and stumping on blue paper; bears old attribution in pen and ink, over an older inscription: Parmigianino 178 by 223 mm; 7 by 8¾ in Catalogue Note The black chalk style of this fascinating and rare sheet by Schiavone can be associated, in its vaporous delicacy and indefiniteness, with a number of other drawings by the artist. Its quick, sfumato use of the medium, resulting in an atmospheric chiaroscuro effect, bears witness to the key influences on Schiavone's style and clearly shows the two main directions of his artistic career. On one side lies the mannerist influence of the elegant style of Parmigianino, to whom many of Schiavone's drawings, including this, have been attributed in the past, and on the other is what Francis Richardson described as 'a super-Venetian painterly handling'1, a freedom of expression that Schiavone achieved from around the 1540s on, which was to have a far-reaching impact on many artists in the Veneto. As Richard Cocke has noted, the style of the present sheet can be closely compared, to a study for an Adoration of the Shepherds now in the Uffizi.2 Formerly attributed to Parmigianino, the Uffizi drawing was recognized as the work of Schiavone by Konrad Oberhuber, and it is a preparatory study, in reverse, for an etching by Schiavone, datable to 1550-55.3 Another very comparable drawing is a Lamentation over the Dead Christ, formerly ascribed to Camillo Boccaccino, also in the Uffizi, and again attributed to Schiavone by Oberhuber; that sheet is indented for transfer, although no etching of the composition is known.4 One more drawing by the artist in the Uffizi, also an Adoration of the Shepherds once attributed to Parmigianino, though this time not connected with any known painted works or prints, is stylistically very close to the present sheet.5 Schiavone's earliest prints seem mostly to be relatively faithful copies either from Parmigianino's drawings or from engravings after Parmigianino, and he must have been very well aware of Parmigianino's activity as a print maker. For a drawing by Parmigianino related to a chiaroscuro woodcut see lot... 1. F.L. Richardson, Andrea Schiavone, Oxford 1980, p. 69 2. E-mail to the present owner, 27 March 2016; Florence, Uffizi, inv. no. 13597 F; Schiavone tra Parmigianino Tintoretto e Tiziano, exhib. cat., Venice, Museo Correr, 2015-16, p. 393, no. XV 8, reproduced fig. XV 8 3. B/M 62; F.L. Richardson, op. cit., Oxford 1980, p. 91, no. 62, reproduced fig. 142 4. Florence, Uffizi inv. no. 13234 F; Venice, Museo Correr, op. cit., 2015-16, p. 392, no. XV 6, reproduced fig. XV 6 5. Florence, Uffizi inv. no. 13234 F; Venice, Museo Correr, op. cit., 2015-16, pp. 392-393, no. XV 7, reproduced fig. XV 7
Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - Ecce Homo

Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - Ecce Homo

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Lot number: 597
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Andrea Schiavone (Zadar? c. 1510–1563 Venice) Ecce Homo, oil on copper, 28 x 21.7 cm, framed We are grateful to Professor Francis L. Richardson for confirming the attribution on the basis of a high resolution digital photograph. Professor Richardson dates the present painting to the artist’’’’s late period, perhaps 1560-61. The very late Padua Ecce Homo seems to be the closest counterpart among Schiavone’’’’s previously known works. The richness of colour and textures in the present composition are also reminiscent of the larger and more elaborate Ecce Homo in the Steffanoni Collection, and of the Dresden Lamentation, but both are most probably earlier than the present work. The effect of Christ’’’’s profile silhouetted against a golden aureole is frequent in Schiavone’’’’s oeuvre and may be compared with the Christ of the Road to Emmaus in San Sebastiano in Venice, datable by document to after 1557. Andrea Meldolla, also known as Andrea Schiavone, was born in the Venetian-ruled city of Zara in Dalmatia, now Zadar in Croatia. His family was originally from Meldola, a small town close to the city of Forlì in Romagna. By the late 1530s Schiavone seems to have been established in Venice. Schiavone’’’’s first surviving paintings and etchings probably date from c. 1538–40; they show that he was strongly influenced by Parmigianino and Central Italian Mannerists in figural and compositional modes, but he was also a strikingly daring exponent of Venetian painterly techniques; he employed an equally free technique in etching. His technical experiments were emulated by 17th-century etchers such as Jacques Bellange, Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione and Rembrandt. Schiavone’’’’s mature paintings (c. 1553–63), in which his inventive handling of paint created rich, subtle and complex pictorial fabrics, were influential for Jacopo Bassano, Palma Giovane, El Greco and other artists of the next generation. Still more significantly, they provided precedents for Titian’’’’s late style. Few of his paintings are documented; this may be because, as Vasari states, he mostly worked for private clients. We are grateful to Professor Francis L. Richardson for his help in cataloguing the present painting.
Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - Two Bishops

Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - Two Bishops

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Lot number: 42
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Lot No. 42 Description Imitator of Andrea Meldolla, called Schiavone, Two bishops, oil on panel, 16.5 x 22 cm, framed Provenance: According to the consignor, the painting figured in the collection at Feistritz Castle, Styria (owned by the Counts of Lamberg 1809-1955). Specialist: Mark MacDonnell estimate EUR 1.500,- to 2.000,- USD 1.950,- to 2.600,-* conversion Online Catalogue: Old Master Paintings - 11.06.2013 - 16:00 Old Master Paintings Auction Date: 11.06.2013 - 16:00 Location: Palais Dorotheum Public Viewing: 05.06. - 11.06.2013 Category: Old Master Paintings Absentee bidTelephone bidWatch Terms and conditions Increments Items marked "+" are subject to full legal VAT of 20 %, those marked "-" are subject to reduced VAT of 10 %. Items marked “V” (consignment sales) are sold in the name and for the account of the consigner. Items marked "0" are not liable to VAT. Items marked "*" might be liable to Resale Royalties. * Prices shown in currencies other than the currency used for the auction (foreign currency information) are strictly for information only! Items will be sold in local currency and the final price in any other currency is based on the actual rate of exchange at time of rendering the account. Figures for foreign currency information are rounded and based on the up to date rate of exchange of 30.05.2013 Where can I view this item? How do I bid? How do I take possession of my item? What fees are added to the highest bid (the hammer price)? Information about packing/shipping/collection
Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - Aeneas Fleeing Troy

Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - Aeneas Fleeing Troy

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Lot number: 132
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ANDREA SCHIAVONE engraved by CONRAD LAUWERS (ITALIAN, 1522-1563)(1632-1685) AENEAS FLEEING TROY Copper engraving: 9 x 6 3/4 in. (sight) Framed; lower left in plate: A. Schiavone p.; center 5 Alta. 4 lata 131; lower right C. Lauwers f.; From "Theatrum Pictorium Davidis Teniers," published in Antwerp, 1658, by Henricus and Cornelius Verdussen Estimate $ 200-300
Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - The Judgment Of Paris

Andrea Meldolla Schiavone - The Judgment Of Paris

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Lot number: 12
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Andrea Schiavone (Zara? circa 1510-1563 Venice) The Judgment of Paris oil and gold on panel 7¾ x 14 in. (19.6 x 35.5 cm.) Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 26 January 2008, lot 31 ($13,750), where acquired by the present owner. PROPERTY OF A COLLECTOR Formerly part of a collector's cabinet, the reverse of this panel shows the exterior of the original door, which is polychrome and gilt decorated with guilloche-carved framing.
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