Francesco Zuccarelli

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ZUCCARELLI Francesco Two Italian River Landscapes

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Francesco Zuccarelli - Turkish Pilgrims En Route To Mecca

Francesco Zuccarelli - Turkish Pilgrims En Route To Mecca

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Lot number: 207
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Commissioned from the artist by Thomas Coke, (1754-1842) 1st Earl of Leicester, Holkham Hall, Norfolk, payment of £80 recorded in 1758; Probably the artist's sale, London, Prestage & Hobbs, 10 February 1762, lot 19 (as Voyage of the Turks to Mecca); With the Heim Gallery, London, by 1981. London, Heim Gallery, Summer Exhibition, 1981, no. 11; London, Walpole Gallery, Tresaures of Italian Art, 19 April - 24 June 1988, no. 25. 207 PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION Francesco Zuccarelli PITIGLIANO, UMBRIA 1702 - 1788 FLORENCE TURKISH PILGRIMS EN ROUTE TO MECCA oil on canvas 164.5 by 162.3 cm.; 64 3/4 by 63 7/8 in. Estimate 70,000 - 100,000 GBP Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Francesco Zuccarelli - An Extensive Wooded River Landscape

Francesco Zuccarelli - An Extensive Wooded River Landscape

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Lot number: 479
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Acquired London, 18 March 1966. 479 Francesco Zuccarelli PITIGLIANO, UMBRIA 1702 - 1788 FLORENCE AN EXTENSIVE WOODED RIVER LANDSCAPE, WITH FIGURES RESTING ON A PATH, A CASTLE AND MOUNTAINS BEYOND Pen and brown ink and brown and grey wash over traces of black chalk heightened with white 360 by 530 mm Estimate 7,000 - 9,000 GBP Print Laid down on an old mount. There are some minor abrasions to the sheet and some very minor areas of foxing. The white heightening is generally fresh although there are some signs of oxidation in places. The sheet itself is somewhat discoloured however the pen and ink medium is on the whole fresh and vibrant throughout.
Francesco Zuccarelli - A Pastoral River Landscape With Figures Bathing

Francesco Zuccarelli - A Pastoral River Landscape With Figures Bathing

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Lot number: 101
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Lot Description Francesco Zuccarelli (Pitigliano 1702-1788 Florence) A pastoral river landscape with figures bathing oil on copper 35.8 x 46.5 cm. with a red wax seal on the reverse Provenance Anonymous sale; Dorotheum, Vienna, 13 June 1978, lot 144. View Lot Notes > It has been suggested that Francesco Zuccarellli painted the present lot during his second visit to London (1765-71). The picture is painted on copper which is exceptional for his oeuvre. In 1768 Zuccarelli was a founding member of the Royal Academy of Arts, London, together with other prominent artists of international reputation like Thomas Gainsborough, Benjamin West and Angelika Kauffmann.
Francesco Zuccarelli - Two Italian River Landscapes

Francesco Zuccarelli - Two Italian River Landscapes

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Lot number: 147
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Francesco Zuccarelli (Pitigliano 1702-1788 Florenz) Two Italian river landscapes, pen and brown ink, over traces of black chalk, heightened with white, on laid paper, fixed to support, each 6,5 x 13,5 cm, browned, somewhat stained, mounted, framed, (2), (Sch) Specialist: Mag. Astrid-Christina Schierz EUR 1.000,- to 1.400,-
Francesco Zuccarelli - Colazione In Campagna

Francesco Zuccarelli - Colazione In Campagna

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Lot number: 610
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Francesco Zuccarelli (Pittigliano 1702–1788 Florence) Colazione in Campagna, oil on canvas, 85.5 x 109 cm, framed We are very grateful to Dr. Federica Spadotto for confirming the attribution of the present painting (written communication). Zuccarelli was celebrated for his depictions of pleasant rural settings of landscapes populated with small figures. The present work can been considered as an unusual work by the artist and was most probably a special commission, due to its unusual composition where figures are dominant and central. The crowded scene shows in fact many cultural references, ranging from the Flemish masters of the Seventeenth Century (see Gillis van Tilborgh’’’’s Lunching peasants) to the subdued lyricism of the Le Nain brothers (see Landscape with peasants). These influences clearly reflect the interests of contemporary collectors for Dutch, Flemish and French genre painting. A characteristic element of Zuccarelli’’’’s compositions is the sleek and elegant girl on the far right, present in many of Francesco’’’’s landscapes from his first mature works (see F.Spadotto, Francesco Zuccarelli, catalogue raisonné of the paintings, Milan, 2007, cat. nos. 45,48,55), which is matched by the man wearing a torn greatcoat next to it, recalling Rembrandt’’ ’’ s stylistically similar protagonist of the Allegory of Winter (Spadotto, ibid, cat. 313). The two golden-haired children are also reminiscent of many cherubs in Zuccarrelli´s works (Spadotto, ibid, cat. 149,203,428). The reclining lady wearing a tricorn hat, worn to the right side as was fashionable in Venice around the mid-eighteenth century provides an essential link to another very unusual Zuccarelli composition, which was discovered by Morassi - the Europe and the Bull, in a private collection (see A.Morassi – G.Algranti (a cura di), Aspetti della pittura in Lombardia e nel Veneto nel ‘700, catalogo della mostra, Milano, 1968, cat. No 25, Sapadotto 2007, Cat No 314, Fig 4 9(ill.1), in which a similarly dressed lady is shown. As in the compostion of Europe and the Bull, Spadotto has suggested that the lady may well be a portrait. The figure is also helpful for suggesting a date of execution for the present work. Spadotto suggests a date between Zuccarelli’’’’s first and second long sojourn in London and England, (1752-1762 and 1765-1771) as the influence of Dutch and Flemish models appears to be very much apparent. Zuccarelli began his apprenticeship in Rome in circa 1713-14 with the portrait painters Morandi (1622– 1717) and Nelli (1672–1740), under whose tutorship he learned the elements of compostion while absorbing the lessons of Roman classicism. With the sponsorship of the Florentine art connoisseur Francisco Maria Niccolò Gabburri (1676–1742) in the late 1720s and early 1730s Zuccarelli focused on etching. During his Tuscan period, though he became preoccupied with figurative subjects and began to experiment with drawings in landscape, and according to Lanzi (La storia pittorica della Italia inferiore, o sia delle scuole fiorentina, senese, romana, napolitana. Firenze, Stamperia di Ant. Gius. Pagani, 1792) his introduction to the latter genre was through the Roman landscape painter Paolo Anesi (1697–1773). In 1732 Zuccarelli moved to Venice where he increasingly devoted his output to landscape painting. The death of Marco Ricci in 1730 had left a gap in Venice in the field of landscape painting, within an art market saturated with the works of history painters, and Zuccarelli’’’’s unique blend of the countryside and Arcadia quickly achieved success. His rural scenes were populated with small figures reminiscent of Claude Lorrain, whose work he had studied in Rome. additional picture Francesco Zuccarelli, Europa und der Stier, Privatbesitz (Spadotto 2007, cat. No 314)
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