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Francesco Zuccarelli

Italy (17021788 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Francesco Zuccarelli
ZUCCARELLI Francesco A Wooded River Landscape With A Boy Fishing And Two Peasant Women, A Village Beyond

Christie's /Jan 29, 2015
44,507.08 - 59,342.78
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Francesco Zuccarelli - A Shepherd And His Family

Francesco Zuccarelli - A Shepherd And His Family

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Lot number: 207
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Francesco Zuccarelli PITIGLIANO, UMBRIA 1702 - 1788 FLORENCE A SHEPHERD AND HIS FAMILY, DRIVING SHEEP WITH A DOG AND A WHITE HORSE, ENCOUNTER A WOMAN AND HER CHILD IN A PASTORAL LANDSCAPE; TWO MAIDS CONVERSE WITH A BOY MILKING A COW IN A PASTORAL LANDSCAPE, WITH A SMALL TOWN IN THE DISTANCE Quantity: 2 a pair, both oil on canvas both 56.8 by 71.9 cm.; 22 1/2 by 28 1/4 in.
Francesco Zuccarelli - Italian Pastoral Landscape

Francesco Zuccarelli - Italian Pastoral Landscape

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Lot number: 210
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After: Francesco Zuccarelli, Italian (1702 - 1788) Vintage Watercolor "Italian Pastoral Landscape" Unsigned. Label En Verso Interiors, Inc. Bridgeport, Conn. No. S62-525. Pastorale by Zuccharelli. Toning From Age or in Good Condition. Measures 9 Inches by 14-1/2 Inches. Frame Measures 13-1/2 Inches by 19 Inches. Shipping $65.00
Francesco Zuccarelli - Paysage Italien

Francesco Zuccarelli - Paysage Italien

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Lot number: 93
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Francesco Zuccarelli PITIGLIANO, UMBRIA 1702 - 1788 FLORENCE PAYSAGE ITALIEN AVEC PERSONNAGES PRÈS D'UN FLEUVE FRANCESCO ZUCCARELLI ; ITALIANATE LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES BY A RIVER ; PEN AND BROWN INK AND BROWN AND GREY WASH, WITH SOME WHITE HEIGHTENING Plume et encre brune, lavis brun et gris avec quelques réhauts de blanc 307 x 503 mm ; 12 by 19 4/5 in Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Ancienne collection Alfred Beurdeley (L.421)
Francesco Zuccarelli - A Wooded River Landscape With A Boy Fishing And Two Peasant Women, A Village Beyond

Francesco Zuccarelli - A Wooded River Landscape With A Boy Fishing And Two Peasant Women, A Village Beyond

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Lot number: 301
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Lot Description Francesco Zuccarelli (Pitigliano 1702-1788 Florence) A wooded river landscape with a boy fishing and two peasant women, a village beyond Signed 'Francois Zuccarelli' (on the reverse of the original canvas) oil on canvas, unlined 21¾ x 17¼ in. (55.3 x 43.9 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Provenance By descent in a European private collection since at least the 19th century; Sotheby's, London, 24 April 2008, lot 106 (£54,500). View Lot Notes >
Francesco Zuccarelli - Italianate Landscape With A Rider And Resting Peasant To The Left

Francesco Zuccarelli - Italianate Landscape With A Rider And Resting Peasant To The Left

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Lot number: 56
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Francesco Zuccarelli PITIGLIANO, UMBRIA 1702 - 1788 FLORENCE ITALIANATE LANDSCAPE WITH A RIDER AND RESTING PEASANT TO THE LEFT Bears the artist's monogram in pen and brown ink: FZ Pen and brown ink and brown, grey and reddish wash, heightened with white; inscribed on the backing by John Barnard in pen and brown ink: N 0 750 and 17 by 10 3/4; Bought at the Sale of M r Zuccarelli's Drawings/at Langfords. the 3 rd : April 1769. 272 by 433 mm; 10 3/4 by 17 in Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Sale, London, Langford's, 3 April 1769 (according to John Barnard's inscription on the backing, though no sale is recorded for this date); John Barnard, London (L.1419 and L.1420) his inscriptions on the backing; J.P. Heseltine, London; Henry Oppenheimer, London, his sale, London, Christie's, 10, 13-14 July 1936, part of lot 209; Duc de Talleyrand, Saint-Brice-sous-Forêt; The British Rail Pension Fund, from which acquired by the present owner Exhibited Paris, Galerie Charpentier, Paysages d'Italie, 1947, no. 247 Literature J.P. Heseltine, Original Drawings by Old Masters of the Schools of North Italy in the collection of J. P. H., London 1906, no. 33 A. Morassi, Dessins Vénitiens du Dix-huitième Siècle de la Collection du Duc de Talleyrand, Milan 1958, p. 32, no. 74, reproduced, fig. 74 This large, imaginary landscape and the similar drawing in the following lot may well both date from one of the artist's sojourns in England, where he worked from 1752 until 1762, and again from 1765 to 1771. The 1769 sale referred to in John Barnard's inscription on the reverse of the mount provides, however, a terminus ante quem for the dating of the present sheet. Such pictorial and finished drawings must have been made as works of art in their own right, for sale to collectors, or possibly to serve as modelli to be shown to potential clients for paintings. Zuccarelli seems inspired here by the sort of imaginary Venetian landscapes in which Marco Ricci specialised, although Morassi (loc. cit.) stresses a stylistic link also with Claude Lorrain, and a debt to Francesco Guardi. The present sheet was formerly part of the famous collection of Venetian drawings formed by the Duc de Talleyrand, who seems to have inherited a passion for Venetian art from his uncle the Marquis de Biron (1859-1939). 1 For further information on the Talleyrand collection, see note to lot 53. 1 A. Morassi, op. cit., Milan 1958, p. 9
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