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Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori

Italy (Roma 1608 -  1672 )
STANCHI DEI FIORI Giovanni A Flower Still Life

Palais Dorotheum
Oct 17, 2017
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Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - Flowers In A Vase Before A Rocky Landscape With A Stream And Waterfall; And Flowers In A Vase Before A River Landscape

Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - Flowers In A Vase Before A Rocky Landscape With A Stream And Waterfall; And Flowers In A Vase Before A River Landscape

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Lot number: 151
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Giovanni Stanchi, a pair (2) (Rome 1608 – documented until 1673) Flowers in a vase before a rocky landscape with a stream and waterfall; and Flowers in a vase before a river landscape, oil on canvas, each 89.5 x 121 cm, framed, a pair (2) We are grateful to Gianluca Bocchi for confirming the attribution on the basis of high resolution digital photographs and for his help in cataloguing the present lot. Giovanni Stanchi was a so-called \‘genre painter\’ in 17th century Rome, which includes still-life painting as a fundamental component. He was one of the finest Roman artists with an active role in the stylistic transition from the post-Caravaggist to the baroque style of still-life painting. Giovanni Stanchi was the capomaestro of a workshop in which his talented brothers Niccolò and Angelo also worked. From surviving sixteenth- and seventeenth-century inventories, it is known that Giovanni, Niccolò and Angelo Stanchi worked for illustrious Roman families such as the Chigi, Pamphilj, Colonna, Borghese, Pallavicini and Rospigliosi. Stanchi\’s formative years were dedicated to the study of floral compositions along with Mario Nuzzi (1606–1673), who he had met during the execution of the celebrated mirrors for the Galleria Grande of the Palazzo Colonna, Rome. However, while Nuzzi proffered from the studio of his uncle, Tommaso Salini, Stanchi drew inspiration from the Flemish masters whose works began to appear in Rome during the first years of the seventeenth century, and in particular those of Daniel Seghers (1590–1661). Stanchi\’s first works are influenced by the northern model of garlands of flowers that Seghers had presented in Rome after 1625 and demonstrated the skills he had learned in Antwerp at the Brueghel school. Over time Stanchi diversified his compositions, increasingly juxtaposing an array of fruits to his botanical representations, which can be especially seen in the canvases that he executed in collaboration with his brothers. In these, it is often easy to recognise the different hands within a single composition. The present two paintings, however, reveal a stylistic unity and quality that confirm their sole attribution to Giovanni Stanchi. The details of the narcissi, the creases of the carnation petals, the red and yellow striations of the tulips and the blue and white ones of the iris, the variety of anemones, the playful vortices of the blue and white convolvulus and the abundance of ancient rose types, along with the fine descriptions of leaf structures, all conspire to characterise a botanical representation by a specialist of the most distinguished level. The plein air setting and the lateral view over a landscape background allow the dating of these compositions to around the mid-seventeenth century. It is around this time-period that Stanchi\’s studio responded to the baroque canon required by their Roman patrons, deploying well-tested and successful compositional solutions with two or three focal points, one of which, positioned vertically, was often a vase of flowers. Specialist: Mark Mac Donnell
Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - A Flower Still Life

Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - A Flower Still Life

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Lot number: 93
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Giovanni Stanchi, called dei Fiori (Rome 1608–1674) A flower still life, oil on canvas, 97 x 72 cm, framed We are grateful to Alberto Cottino for suggesting the attribution. A written report accompanies the present lot. This elegant still life was painted by Giovanni Stanchi, one of the major exponents of Roman eighteenth-century still life painting. Giovanni Stanchi was the head of a studio where he worked with his talented brothers Niccolò and Angelo and where they executed commissions for collectors of the leading Roman families, such as the Barberini and Orsini. His style marks the shift from Carravaggesque naturalism towards the more elegant and idealised Roman High Baroque. He probably attended Verrocchio\’s studio, which was one of the most important workshops in Rome during the first half of the seventeenth century. Giovanni Stanchi excelled in his ability to bring fruits and flowers to life through truly effective illusionistic devices. The present floral bouquet is impressive, with irises, tulips and peonies all depicted with great stylistic virtuosity and bright colouring. Specialist: Dr. Alexander Strasoldo
Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - Hunting Still Life With Flowers

Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - Hunting Still Life With Flowers

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Lot number: 26
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Giovanni Stanchi, Hunting Still Life with Flowers, Oil, 17th C.

Oil on canvas, relined

Italy, 17th century

Giovanni Stanchi (1608-1673) – Italian painter of flowers and fruits

This work is accompanied by a scientific essay by Prof. Giancarlo Sestieri, Rome (available as acopy)
Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - Hunting Still Life With Flowers

Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - Hunting Still Life With Flowers

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Lot number: 102
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Lot 102: Giovanni Stanchi (1608-1673), Hunting Still Life with Flowers
Description: Oil on canvas, relined
Italy, 17th century
Giovanni Stanchi (1608-1673) – Italian painter of flowers and fruits
This work is accompanied by a scientific essay by Prof. Giancarlo Sestieri, Rome (available as acopy)
Dimensions: 74 x 134 cm
Framed: 82 x 145 cm
Good Condition
Paintings by the artist Giovanni Stanchi are rarely offered on the art market and are therefore highly sought after by collectors; his still life paintings fetch up to €130,000 in the international auction market
Giovanni Stanchi preferably painted still lifes. He likes to combine the arrangements of a hunting still life with opulent flower bouquets and various fruits, which he further designs with a landscape view. In addition, he was able to represent the materiality of objects in a particularly realistic way.
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The painting is in good overall condition. The canvas is relined. Occasionally retouching visible under UV light. In the area of the sky faint abrasions with slight loss of color and minor craquelure. Otherwise generally of good impression. The image dimensions are 74 x 134 cm, the frame dimensions 82 x 145 cm.
Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - A Garland Of Flowers Surrounding A Medallion Depicting Theannunciation

Giovanni Stanchi Dei Fiori - A Garland Of Flowers Surrounding A Medallion Depicting Theannunciation

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Lot number: 166
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Giovanni Stanchi
We are grateful to Alberto Cottino forconfirming the attribution to Giovanni Stanchi (writtencommunication).Giovanni Stanchi\’\’\’\’s style is so international that his works arefrequently attributed to other, mostly Flemish, artists. Thepresent painting has a pendant of the same dimensions in Dessau,Anhaltinische Gemäldegalerie, depicting an almost identical garlandsurrounding the scene of Christ among the Doctors. After BettinaWarche published the Dessau painting as a work by the Antwerppainter Frans Ykens (see Fiori, Cinque Secoli di Pittura Floreale,exhibition catalogue, ed. by F. Solinas [Biella, 21 March – 27 June2004], Rome, 2004, pp. 245/55 and 258), Lanfranco Ravellireattributed it to Stanchi (see L. Ravelli, Stanchi dei Fiori,Bergamo, 2005, no. 46, oil on canvas, 133.5 x 110.5 cm). Cottinoconfirms Ravelli\’\’\’\’s attribution. At present it cannot be determinedif the painting mentioned above was the only accompanying paintingor whether the two pictures formed part of a larger series that isnow lost.
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