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Carl Wuttke

Germany (1849 -  1927 )
WUTTKE Carl The Temple Of Minerva In Rome

Lempertz /Mar 18, 2015
7,000.00 - 8,000.00
Not disclosed

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Carl Wuttke - Roman Veduta With The Piazza Della Bocca Della Verità

Carl Wuttke - Roman Veduta With The Piazza Della Bocca Della Verità

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Lot number: 1567
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Lot 1567: Carl Wuttke, Roman Veduta with the Piazza della Bocca della Verità (1849-1927) Signed lower right: C. Wuttke Mchn.Following his training at the Berlin Academy and under Angelo Quaglio in Munich, Carl Wuttke took a sojourn to Italy lasting from 1874 to 1876, before returning to complete his studies at the Düsseldorf Academy in 1880, and finally settling in Munich in 1885. He travelled widely thereafter, visiting the USA, Egypt, Palestine, Russia, China, and Japan, each time bringing back numerous sketches and studies. He used these as the basis for vedutas which he carried out in his studio. These works are characterised by their vivid colours, naturalistic depiction of light, and spontaneous, pastose brushwork. This pastose style is perfectly preserved in the present work. It depicts the Piazza della Bocca della Verità in Rome with its various edifices ranging from the ancient times to the 17th century. The building on the left edge of the work is presumably the temple of Portunus, with its façade of four Ionic columns supporting a triangular gable. The building had been erroneously referred to as the temple of Fortuna Virilis since the Renaissance, and the name of the neighbouring “Trattoria della Fortuna” is probably a reference to this. The temple was built around 100 B.C. and converted into a Christian church in the 9th century, which is thought to have saved it from demolition. The rotunda temple of Hercules Victor is visible on the right. This was previously, and also erroneously, referred to as the temple of Vesta. The round column temple was erected in 120 B.C., making it the eldest marble building preserved in Rome. In 1132 it was converted to a church devoted to St. Stephen, thus also escaping destruction.Between the two ancient temples, we see the Fontana dei Tritoni commissioned by Pope Clemens XI in the 17th century. The fountain is designed as a bowl supported by two tritons, and is not to be confused with Bernini's Fontana del Tritone in the Piazza Barberini, which depicts just one triton. Behind the fountain we see the Romanesque spire of Santa Maria in Cosmedin, the vestibule of which houses the famous “Bocca della Verità” (Mouth of Truth) which lends the piazza its name. Collection of Josef Oster (1866-1945), Aachen, subsequently by descent to the current owner. 88.5 x 130 cm Oil on canvas
Carl Wuttke - Castel Sant Angelo In Rome

Carl Wuttke - Castel Sant Angelo In Rome

Original c.1875
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Lot number: 21
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Lot 21: Carl Wuttke (1849-1927), Castel Sant Angelo in Rome, c. 1875 Description: Oil on canvas Germany, c. 1875 Carl Wuttke (1849-1927) – German landscape, architecture and Orientalist painter Signed and inscribed lower left ‘C. Wuttke Mchn.’’’’’’’’ Dimensions: 75.5 x 106 cm Frame: 86 x 116 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection, Germany
Carl Wuttke - Ansicht Eines Italienischen Bergdorfes

Carl Wuttke - Ansicht Eines Italienischen Bergdorfes

Original 1882
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Lot number: 1546
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Carl Wuttke, 1849 Trebnitz - 1927 München ANSICHT EINES ITALIENISCHEN BERGDORFES Öl auf Platte. 32 x 23,5 cm. Unten rechts signiert. Links unten datiert „12.08.82“. Gerahmt. (1031081) (14) Carl Wuttke, 1849 Trebnitz - 1927 Munich VIEW OF AN ITALIAN MOUNTAIN VILLAGE Oil on board. 32 x 23.5 cm. Signed lower right. Dated “12.08.82“ lower left.
Carl Wuttke - The Temple Of Minerva In Rome

Carl Wuttke - The Temple Of Minerva In Rome

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Lot number: 175
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Carl Wuttke (1849-1927) Signed and dated lower right: C. Wuttke Mchn.1887After studying art at the Berlin Academy, Wuttke was first taught by Angelo II Quaglio in Munich and later by Eugen Dücker in Düsseldorf. In 1874, Wuttke travelled to Italy on foot, and this journey influenced his entire oeuvre. The present work was painted in 1887, at which point Wuttke had settled in Munich. The temple of Minerva was originally situated on the Nerva forum which was inaugurated in 97 A.D. However, since the 17th century, only parts of a wall frieze, two Corinthian capitals and a relief of the Goddess Minerva survive. In this work, Wuttke combines the calm grandeur of the classical edifices with the loud bustling of the modern Roman populace. - This painting is in its original frame. VAT: Margin scheme Private ownership, Belgium. 120.5 x 105 cm Carl Wuttke Oil on canvas
Carl Wuttke - Im Park Der Villa D'este In Tivolo

Carl Wuttke - Im Park Der Villa D'este In Tivolo

Original 1870
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Lot number: 871
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DescDE WUTTKE, CARL 1849 Trebnitz - 1927 München - zugeschrieben Im Park der Villa d'Este in Tivolo. Öl auf Karton. 41 x 45cm. Beschnittene Bezeichnung unten rechts: Villa d'Este Mai 86. Rahmen. Vgl. das Gemälde von Carl Wuttke vom Oktober 1870, das vom selben Standort den Eingang zur Grotte zeigt (Auktion VAN HAM, Mai 2009, Lot 492) . DescEN WUTTKE, CARL 1849 Trebnitz - 1927 Munich - attributed In the Park of the Villa d'Este in Tivolo. Oil on card. 41 x 45cm. Inscription on lower right cut off: Villa d'Este Mai 86. Framed. Cf. the painting by Carl Wuttke dated October 1870, which depicts the entrance of the grotto from the same pespective (VAN HAM Auction, May 2009, Lot 492).
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