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Federico Zandomeneghi

(Venezia 1841 -  Parigi 1917 ) Wikipedia® : Federico Zandomeneghi
ZANDOMENEGHI Federico  Study Of Three Young Women

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Jul 5, 2017
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Federico Zandomeneghi - Italian The Earthly Paradise

Federico Zandomeneghi - Italian The Earthly Paradise

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Lot number: 364
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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE ITALIAN COLLECTION Federico Zandomeneghi ITALIAN THE EARTHLY PARADISE Federico Zandomeneghi 1841 - 1917 indistinctly stamped with the Atelier stamp (lower left) oil on canvas 74 by 92.5cm., 29 by 36½in. Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Or The authenticity of this work has been confirmed by the Archivi Boldini-De Nittis-Zandomeneghi (no. 418275). (Possibly) Estate of the Artist Private collection, Paris Luigi Bordoli, Pavia Edmondo Sacerdoti, Milan Purchased from the above by the father of the present owner in the late 1980s Exhibited Venice, Ca' Pesaro & Milan, PalazzoReale,Zandomeneghi. Un veneziano a Parigi, 1988, no. 50, illustrated in the catalogue (as dating from circa 1895) Milan, Fondazione Mazzotta, Federico Zandomeneghi. Impressionista veneziano, 2004, no. 18, illustrated in the catalogue Castiglioncello, Centro per l'arte Diego Martelli, Dai Macchiaioli agli Impressionisti. Il mondo di Zandomeneghi, 2004, no. 72, illustrated in the catalogue Roma, Chiostro del Bramante, Federico Zandomeneghi. Un veneziano tra gli Impressionisti, 2005-06, no. 64, illustrated in the catalogue Enrico Piceni, Federico Zandomeneghi, Milan, 1967, no. 706, illustrated Francesca Dini, Zandomeneghi, la vita e le opere, Florence, 1989, no. 177, illustratedfig. 78 Enrico Piceni, Federico Zandomeneghi, Milano, 1991, no. 706 Fondazione Enrico Piceni, Federico Zandomeneghi, catalogo generale, Milan, 2006, no. 774, illustrated p. 365 (as dating fromcirca 1905-17) Catalogue Note The Earthly Paradiseoccupiesa unique position in Zandomeneghi's œuvre. As a late work, itharksback to some of the artist\’s early compositions and it isrevealing of Zandomeneghi both as an artist and as man. Despite its title, the painting has very little in common with typical representations of the Earthly Paradise, most notably those by the Flemish painters. Verdant hills,resplendent with plants andripe fruit are here replaced by a dense wooded landscape. With the exception of a small dog running in the distance, no animals are to be seen.Naked men and womenengage in sexual acts, drinking or playing music, in a Dionysian frenzy which echoes that of bacchanals populated by nymphs and fauns. The innovative use of flat fields of colour, the black contour lines and the almost two-dimensional perspective are telling of the artist\’s friendship with Degas and of the new post-impressionist visual language. Zandomeneghi was no doubtinfluenced by the Synthetismof Paul Gauguin,whom he profoundly admired, and he was a close friend of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, with whom he shared an address in the rue Tourlaque, from1884 to 1886. In fact, Zandomeneghi had already experimented with a 'flatter' style, in contrast to his more typical, impressionisticuse of dabs and dashes of paint,in some of his earlier works, including Le Moulin de la galette, of 1878. Two preparatory sketches, Sous-bois and Hélène, and a fan shaped pastel on paper titled Nymph and Satyre (showing the same female figure lying on the grass) are an indication of how the present work was the result of a thorough study of figures and landscape. Notwithstanding Zandomeneghi's success that came withsigninga contract with art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel, who sponsored his three solo exhibitions in 1893, 1897 and 1903,thedealer's exactingdemands resultedin Zandomeneghihaving a breakdown. To convalesce, heretreated tothe quiet town of Gif, in the Chevreuse valley, whose landscape might have inspired the present work. The death of his dear friend Diego Martelli in 1896 and that of his sister aggravated the mental and physical condition of an already sick and lonely man. Although the collaboration with Durand-Ruel remained fruitful, it is tempting to view The Earthly Paradise as a rebellion against the dealer\’sprescriptivecommissions and as an outburst of pent upenergy and creativity in the artist\’s final years.
Federico Zandomeneghi - Tête De Femme

Federico Zandomeneghi - Tête De Femme

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Lot number: 28
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Federico Zandomeneghi (Italian, 1841–1917) Tête de Femme signed 'Zandomeneghi' (lower left) pastel on blue paper 16 1/8 x 13 in. (41 x 33 cm.) Provenance with Durand-Ruel, Paris (photo no. 4005). Angelo Sommaruga, Paris. Private collection, Milan. with Silbernagl, Daverio. Acquired from the above by the father of the present owner. And thence by descent to the present owner.
Federico Zandomeneghi - Girl With Doll

Federico Zandomeneghi - Girl With Doll

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Lot number: 10
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Federico Zandomeneghi (Venice 1814-1917 Paris) Girl with Doll, signed Zandomeneghi, pastel on paper, laid down on board, 45 x 38 cm, framed, (GG) Provenance: Durand-Ruel collection, Paris; Alberto Baccolini collection, Buenos Aires; Galleria Guglielmi, 1951, no. 48; Italian private collection. Catalogued in: Exhibition catalogue with foreword by Enrico Somare, Opere inedite dell'Ottocento nella raccolta Alberto Baccolini, Galleria Guglielmi, Milan 1951, lot 24. Catalogued and illustrated in: Enrico Piceni, Zandomeneghi catalogue raisonné, Bramante Ed., Milan 1967, no. 295. Exhibited: Galleria Guglielmi, Milan, 1951. Specialist: Gautier Gendebien
Federico Zandomeneghi - Un Sous-bois

Federico Zandomeneghi - Un Sous-bois

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Lot number: 73
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FEDERICO ZANDOMENEGHI (VENISE 1841-1917 PARIS) Un Sous-bois signé et daté 'Zandomeneghi / 902' (en bas à droite) huile sur toile, sans cadre 46,3 x 38,5 cm. (18 ¼ x 15 ⅛ in.) FRANÇAIS :L'œuvre est en bon état de conservation général. Le niveau d'encrassement superficiel est faible. La couche picturale présente 2 micro-pertes de matière vers le centre à gauche, une au dessus à droite de la signature et une au centre le long du bord inférieur. Il n'y a pas de repeint visible à l'œil nu. En lumière naturelle, le vernis est homogène et clair. Sous éclairage ultra-violet, des repeints localisés apparaissent (fluorescence rouge) le long des bords inférieur, gauche et droit. Une retouche d'environ 0,5 cm. de diamètre apparait également dans la partie droite de l'extrémité du bord inférieur. La tension de la toile est correcte. L'œuvre est rentoilée et le support est sain. Le châssis est à clés avec une traverse horizontale. Ce lot est vendu sans cadre. <b>ENGLISH : The picture is in a generally good state of conservation.There is a slight degree of surface dirt. There are two micro paint losses in the center left of the painting, one above and at the right of the signature and the other one in the center along the lower edge. There is no repaint visible to the naked eye. In day light, the varnish layer is homogeneous and clear. Under ultra-violet light, some localised repaints are visible (red fluorescence) along the lower, left and right edges. A retouch approximately 0,5 cm. diameter is visible to the right side of the extreme lower edge. The tension of the canvas is correct. The picture has been lined and the support is stable. The stretcher has an horizontal bar. This lot is sold unframed."
Federico Zandomeneghi -  Study Of Three Young Women

Federico Zandomeneghi - Study Of Three Young Women

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Lot number: 80
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Federico Zandomeneghi (Venice 1841-1917 Paris) Study of three young women, half-length, two seen from the back black chalk 14½ x 9¾ in. (37 x 25 cm.) The artist often depicted pairs of women with their hair in a bun and seen from the back. The present drawing may have served as an inspiration for several paintings by Zandomeneghi, such as At the theatre (private collection; E. Piceni, Zandomeneghi, Bramante, 1991, no. 126) and Conversation on the couch (Piceni collection, Milan; op. cit., no. 143). Provenance The artist's studio stamp (not in Lugt), then by descent.
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