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Vicente Victoria

(1650 -  1712 )
VICTORIA Vicente Fish, Chillies, Spring Onions, Oranges, A Flask And A Cookery Pot, All Hanging From A Wall

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Dec 17, 2007
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Vitoria Vicente

 

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Vicente Victoria - The Penitent Magdalene

Vicente Victoria - The Penitent Magdalene

Original 1690
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Lot number: 393
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VICENTE VITORIA (1650-1712) - THE PENITENT MAGDALENE -
Mis: 50 by 65 cm.; 19 3/4 by 25 1/2 in.
signed and dated on the reverse: Vs Canonicus Vitoria. F. 1690 oil on canvas, unlined, unframed

CATALOGUE NOTE
Born in Valencia to noble parentage, Vicente Vitoria started his career studying theology, philosophy and literature before becoming a pupil of Carlo Maratta, whose influence can clearly be seen in the present work. During the mid 1670's he was active in Florence as the court painter to Grand Duke Cosimo III de'Medici. In 1687 he was appointed the Canon of Xàtiva in Valencia and left the court of Florence to pursue a career in his native country. Perhaps his most important commission in Spain were his frescoes depicting the Life of Saint Peter for the Capilla del Sagrario in Valenica Cathedral. He was to return to Italy in 1698 at the twilight of his career where was to be the conservator of the Pope's collections in Rome.
Vicente Victoria - Trompe L'oeil Of A Gun Rack

Vicente Victoria - Trompe L'oeil Of A Gun Rack

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Lot number: 583
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PROPERTY FROM A EUROPEAN CORPORATE COLLECTION
Attributed to Vicente Victoria
TROMPE L'OEIL OF A GUN RACK WITH A FLAG, A SWORD, TWO PIKES, TWO MUSKETS, A WATCH, A DRUM, A TRUMPET AND OTHER OBJECTS, ALL HANGING AGAINST A WHITE WALL
TROMPE L'OEIL OF A GUN RACK WITH A FLAG, A SWORD, TWO PIKES, TWO MUSKETS, A WATCH, A DRUM, A TRUMPET AND OTHER OBJECTS, ALL HANGING AGAINST A WHITE WALL
oil on canvas
164.8 by 210.5 cm.; 64 7/8 by 82 7/8 in.
Vicente Victoria - Saint Paschal Baylon Adoring The Ostensorium

Vicente Victoria - Saint Paschal Baylon Adoring The Ostensorium

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Lot number: 37
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Attributed to Vicente Vitoria (Dènia 1650-1712 Rome)

Saint Paschal Baylon adoring the Ostensorium

black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white,
on blue paper, squared in black chalk

16 x 11 in. (406 x 280 mm.)
Provenance
J.
Richardson Jr., (L. 2170), his mount with inscription
'Murillo./.B/.'.
Sir George Clausen (L. 539).
A fragmentary collector's mark, perhaps Fogliani (L.
2851a).
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Notes
Possibly
a study for an altarpiece by Vitoria in the Capella di San Pasquale
in Santa Maria in Aracoeli, Rome, executed between 1679 and 1686.
Trained by Carlo Maratta, Vitoria worked mostly in Rome. He was
appointed canon of Xàtiva, near Valencia in 1687, and remained in
Spain until 1698. During this time he painted frescoes depicting
the
Life of Saint Peter in the Capella del Sagrario in the
Cathedral of Santa Maria in Valencia and fourteen pictures for the
sacristy of the convent of Saint Francis. In 1691 Vitoria treated
the subject of Saint Paschal Baylon again on a now-lost
processional banner made for the canonization of the saint (A.
Palomino,
La vidas de los pintores y estatuarios eminentes
españoles, London, 1742, III, p. 494).
Vicente Victoria - Fish, Chillies, Spring Onions, Oranges, A Flask And A Cookery Pot, All Hanging From A Wall

Vicente Victoria - Fish, Chillies, Spring Onions, Oranges, A Flask And A Cookery Pot, All Hanging From A Wall

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Lot number: 138
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oil on canvas, unframed
PROVENANCEAnonymous sale, Paris, Ader Tajan, 9 April 1990, lot 18.
CATALOGUE NOTEBorn of an Italian father from Denia in the province of Alicante in Spain, Vicente Vitoria (or Victoria) was educated in Valencia in the liberal arts, as well as in painting. After the age of twenty-one he went to Rome to continue ecclesiastical studies, but he also studied painting there with Carlo Maratta, where he spent much of his early career. He returned to Valencia in 1688 where he was ordained a priest and became a canon of the collegiate church of Játiva. He also set up shop as a painter, producing still lifes and trompe l'oeils until returning to Rome in 1700, where he became salaried antiquarian to the Pope and painter to the Grand duke of Tuscany.
No signed trompe l'oeils of him are known, and what we know of his activities we mostly owe to Palomino, who knew him personally. In his extensive biography of Victoria written in 1715, Palomino wrote:
I saw in his studio some trompe l'oeils that I mistook for reality until he himself gave me reason to doubt it, such as a simulated hoard done on canvas from which he hung some papers, drawings and other trifles, which I must sincerely confess did fool me .... And there were many other things by his hand of this tenor, done from nature with wonderful observation and accuracy.1
Several attempts have been made to attribute trompe l'oeils to Victoria. The pair of armoury pieces attributed to him and so exhibited in the Prado Bodegones y Floreros exhibuiton in 1984 are almost certainly by Jacobus Biltius instead as Jordan & Cherry remarked,2 but the attribution to him of a Still life of pistols and other objects donated to the Prado from a Valencian source is more plausible.3 The present picture is more characteristically Spanish, in its subject matter and manner of depiction. 1. See A. Palomino, Lives of the Eminent Spanish Painters and Sculptors, Madrid 1724, translated and ed. N. Ayala Mallory, Cambridge 1987, p. 380, cited by W.B. Jordan & P. Cherry, Spanish Still Life from Velázquez to Goya, exhibition catalogue, London 1995, pp. 149-150. 2. A. Perez Sanchez, Pintura Espanola de Bodegones y Floreros, exhibition catalogue, Madrid, 1983, pp. 140-1, nos. 122-3, reproduced, & Jordan & Cherry,
idem.
3. Perez Sanchez, op. cit., p. 142, no. 121, reproduced.
Vicente Victoria - Nature Morte En Trompe-l'œil Aux Pistolets

Vicente Victoria - Nature Morte En Trompe-l'œil Aux Pistolets

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Lot number: 28
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Toile.
75 x 57 cm
FF 80 000 / 100 000
E 12 200 / 15 250
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