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Giuseppe Zocchi

(17111767 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Giuseppe Zocchi
ZOCCHI Giuseppe Villa Della Luna D'elli Ss Mar. Guadagni

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Giuseppe Zocchi - Florence, A View Of The Arno From The Porta San Niccolò

Giuseppe Zocchi - Florence, A View Of The Arno From The Porta San Niccolò

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Lot number: 46
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Lot Description Giuseppe Zocchi (near Florence 1711/7-1767 Florence) Florence, a view of the Arno from the Porta San Niccolò oil on canvas 22½ x 34½ in. (57.1 x 87.6 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Provenance Acquired by George, 3rd Earl of Ashburnham (1760-1830), while living in Florence at the villa Pasquale (now the villa Pratolino), probably in the 1780s, and by descent to his eldest son by his second marriage Bertram, 4th Earl of Ashburnham, (1797-1878)m Ashburnham House, Dover Street, 1873, and later at Ashburnham Place, Sussex (where it hung on the lower register in the Great Entrance Hall), and by descent to his eldest son Bertram, 5th Earl of Ashburnham, (1840-1913), Ashburnham Place, Sussex, and by descent to his daughter Mary Catherine Charlotte (called "Lady Catherine") Ashburnham (1890-1953), Ashburnham Place, Sussex, and by descent to Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Burnett-Stuart, 1953 until at least 1960. with Harari & Johns, Ltd., London, 1982, where acquired by 1987 by the following. Private collection; Sotheby's, London, 11 December 2003, lot 45 (£509,600), where acquired by the present owner. Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY OF A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTOR Literature C. Hussey, "Ashburnham Place, Sussex - II", Country Life, CXIII, no. 2936, 23 April 1953, p. 1249, reproduced p. 1247, figs. 3 and 4. A. Morassi, "Circa alcune opere sconosciute di Giuseppe Zocchi", Bollettino dei musei civici veneziani, VII, 1962, no. 1, pp. 8-9. M. Gregori and S. Blasio, Firenze nella Pittura e nel Disegno dal Trecento al Settecento, Florence, 1994, pp. 192, 194-195, 213 n. 73, fig. 249. M. Chiarini, "Dipinti e sculture dal XIV al XVIII secolo", Opera d'Arte, 1995, pp. 114-117. S. Bellesi, Book review in Antichità Viva, Anno XXXV, no. 2-3, December 1996, pp. 74-75, fig. 1. A. Tosi, Inventare la Realtà. Giuseppe Zocchi e la Toscana del Settecento, Florence, 1997, p. 73 n 57. R. Contini, The Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection. Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Italian Painting, London, 2002, pp. 370, 372, 431. Exhibited Manchester, Manchester City Art Gallery, Exhibition of Works of Art from private collections in the North West and North Wales, 21 September-30 October 1960, no. 121. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, Views of Florence and Tuscany by Zocchi (1711-1767), 1-27 September 1987. Florence, Forte di Belvedere, Firenze e la sua immagine. Cinque secoli di vedutismo, 29 June-30 September 1994, no. 81 (entry by M. Gregori). Engraved Bernardo Sgrilli, published by Gerini, Florence, 1744. View Lot Notes >
Giuseppe Zocchi - Scene Of Sacrifice In A Forest Clearing

Giuseppe Zocchi - Scene Of Sacrifice In A Forest Clearing

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Lot number: 822
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822 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION Giuseppe Zocchi FLORENCE 1716/17 - 1767 SCENE OF SACRIFICE IN A FOREST CLEARING; SCENE OF SACRIFICE WITH A LAMB AND A MAN HOLDING CHAINS Quantity: 2 a pair, both oil on canvas each: 60.5 by 48.7 cm.; 23 7/8 by 19 1/4 in. Estimate 5,000 - 7,000 GBP Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Giuseppe Zocchi - Landscape With Figures By An Equestrian Statue

Giuseppe Zocchi - Landscape With Figures By An Equestrian Statue

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Lot number: 593
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Giuseppe Zocchi (Florence 1711–1767) Landscape with figures by an equestrian statue, oil on canvas, 55 x 33.5 cm, framed Provenance: Marchese Andrea Gerini, Florence Literature: M. Gregori, Maestri della Pittura Italiana III, Florence 2009, pp. 43–46; C. Sisi/R. Spinelli, Il Fasto e la Ragione Arte del Settecenti a Firenze, Giunti, Prato 2009, p. 248-249, fig. 89 Exhibited: Florence, Uffizi Gallery, Il fasto e la Ragione, Arte del Settecento a Firenze, 30 May-30 September 2009 Print: Cosimo Zocchi, engraved 1769, published by A. Tosi, Giuseppe Zocchi e la Toscana del Settecento, p. 279, Le Monnier, Florence, 1997 The present painting dates from after 1750 and an etching made by Giuseppe’’’’s brother Cosimo in 1769 reproduces the painting in counterpart and locates it in the gallery of Zocchi’’’’s main patron, the Marquis Andrea Gerini (see ill.). The light falls from the left and illuminates the scene where the figures are set under monumental sculpture. The landscape on the left in the background portrays ancient Roman ruins and evokes the painter’’’’s stay in Rome. In this painting Zocchi was probably inspired by Panini, but demonstrates his personality in the rendering of atmosphere and the accurate depiction of the people and ruins. Besides being a landscapist, the Florentine Giuseppe Zocchi was also an excellent and wide-ranging painter of figures and frescoes. While his career started under the supervision of Ranieri del Pace, he later came into contact with the Marquis Andrea Gerini who enabled him to travel and study. Between the end of the 1730s and the beginning of the 1740s, he visited Venice, Milan, Bologna, and Rome, acquiring cultural influences. After a time in Canaletto’’’’s workshop, his landscapes, especially those of Florence, immediately became famous and requested. Besides these, Giuseppe dedicated himself to the more imaginative and fascinating genre of landscapes with ruins. His Roman and Venetian experiences were foundational and the influence of the works of Marco Ricci, Panini and Locatelli are visible in the present composition. additional picture: Cosimo Zocchi, Engraving after the painting by Giuseppe Zocchi, Biblioteca Marucelliana, Florence (1769)
Giuseppe Zocchi - Villa Della Luna D'elli Ss Mar. Guadagni

Giuseppe Zocchi - Villa Della Luna D'elli Ss Mar. Guadagni

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Lot number: 143
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Joseph Zocchi (Giuseppe Zocchi, 1711-1767): Villa Della Luna d'elli SS Mar. Guadagni ; and Villa Del Sig. Marchese Bartolini a Rovezzano Two engravings with hand-coloring; together with I.C. Dehne: Palazzo del N.H. Sagredo , engraving with hand-coloring. Pair 12 x 19 1/4 in. (plate), 19 x 26 in. (frame); and 12 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (sight), 21 x 16 1/2 in. (frame). Estimate $ 300-500
Giuseppe Zocchi - View Of Rome With The Colosseum From The Palatine Hill

Giuseppe Zocchi - View Of Rome With The Colosseum From The Palatine Hill

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Lot number: 26
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Lot Description Giuseppe Zocchi (Florence 1711-1767) View of Rome with the Colosseum from the Palatine Hill black chalk and grey, brown and yellow wash, on two joined sheets, each sheet with fragmentary armorial watermark 8 7/8 x 20¼ in. (22.5 x 51.3 cm.) Provenance From an album of drawings made by the artist for Sir Horace Mann, British Envoy to Florence, circa 1764; By descent to Mrs Doris Ray Courtney Herbert, South Africa; The album dismembered and the individual drawings sold; Sotheby's, London, 11 July 1979, this drawing lot 222. Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, Monaco, 13 June 1982, lot 140. Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 6 July 1987, lot 62. Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 3 July 1996, lot 142. The Unicorno Collection; Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 19 May 2004, lot 173, where acquired by the present owner. View Lot Notes > Lot Notes Sir Horace Mann (1706-1786) was appointed as secretary to the British Minister at Florence in 1737 and made his home in the city for the rest of his life, establishing a distinguished career for himself as British Envoy. His hospitality to fellow British residents in Florence was widely appreciated and he is among the connoisseurs represented in Zoffany's Tribuna of the Uffizi (1772-1778), standing on the right. The album from which this drawing comes, assembled in 1764 by Zocchi for Mann, contained views of several Italian cities including Rome and Florence. According to the 1982 sale catalogue, the original mount identified the view as having been taken from the Villa Farnese.
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