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Pair of Thrones Solid Walnut Poplar Late 1600s
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Pair of Thrones Solid Walnut Poplar Late 1600s

17th century - from 1601 to 1700

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Pair of Thrones Solid Walnut Poplar Late 1600s

17th century - from 1601 to 1700

A pair of thrones, solid walnut with support panels, poplar seat and back. Turned arms. Carved band on the front. Back with carved flames. Leather upholstery with studs on the front. Restored. Manufactured in Italy, late 17th century.

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850.00€

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Pair of Baroque Armchairs Walnut - Italy XVII Century
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Pair of Baroque Armchairs Walnut - Italy XVII Century

Late 17th century

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Pair of Baroque Armchairs Walnut - Italy XVII Century

Late 17th century

Pair of satchel armchairs in walnut, carved with characteristic swirls and masks motifs, back ends carved with two female herms.

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1,900.00€

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Saint Paul Hermit And Saint Anthony Abbot Oil On Canvas 17th Century
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Saint Paul Hermit And Saint Anthony Abbot Oil On Canvas 17th Century

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Saint Paul Hermit And Saint Anthony Abbot Oil On Canvas 17th Century

Oil on canvas. Lombard school. The painting portrays the two saints sitting on rocks in the shadows of leafy trees, while they break bread, in the foreground on the left; Saint Paul is traditionally dressed with animal skins, Saint Anthony Abbot is wearing the habit of the Order and he is holding a prayer book. The two Saints have often been represented together becasue they share many traits: they both lived in the third century, they are both Egyptian, they both left all of their properties very young to devote themselves to a life of complete solitude, living in prayer and poverty. Saint Anthony Abbot has been one of the most famous hermits in the history of the Church. Saint Paul the Hermit lived all of his life in complete solitude in the desert as well, fed only with the bread a raven would regularly bring to him, according to hagiographic narratives. When he was closer to death, Saint Anthony Abbot visited him, with whom he broke bread. In this representation, the landscape context doesn't remind of the desert lands of Egypt, but they are located in a Nordic or Alpine landscape. On the left, there is an eremitical landscape, with some green and a small stream bottom right. The painting, already restored and recanvased, presents evident craquelure. Frame in style.

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7,400.00€

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Scope Of Andrea Scacciati Oil On Canvas Late '600 Early '700
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Scope Of Andrea Scacciati Oil On Canvas Late '600 Early '700

Composition With Flowers And Fruit

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Scope Of Andrea Scacciati Oil On Canvas Late '600 Early '700

Composition With Flowers And Fruit

Oil on canvas. It is a rich flower composition, presented in an embossed metal vase, with some fruit at its feet (figs, peaches, cherries). From the Tuscany area, the piece reminds of the work of Andrea Scacciati, leading figure for still life paintings in Florence in Late Baroque age. Scacciati was very loved by the Medici and the most famous Tuscan patrician families, he was the author of pieces of the highest stylistic quality, mostly depicting flower compositions characterized by wise painting abilities, enhanced by intense chromatic effects. The piece, restored and recanvased, is presented in a frame in style.

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3,200.00€

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North-European Landscape Ink and Watercolor 17th Century
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North-European Landscape Ink and Watercolor 17th Century

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North-European Landscape Ink and Watercolor 17th Century

Ink and watercolor on paper. Flemish School. On the back there is a lebel of a importantant private collection. The scketched drawing shows a view of a valley from a path on a hill that leads to a wood. Displayed in a revival frame.

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1,200.00€

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Louis Dorigny Attr. Oil on Canvas France XVII-XVIII Century
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Louis Dorigny Attr. Oil on Canvas France XVII-XVIII Century

Erminia among the Shepherds

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Louis Dorigny Attr. Oil on Canvas France XVII-XVIII Century

Erminia among the Shepherds

Oil on canvas. The large canvas recounts an episode taken from the Gerusalemme Liberata by Torquato Tasso, in which the young Erminia, princess of Antioch secretly in love with Tancredi, witnesses the wounding of her beloved in a duel. Driven by love, she therefore wears the weapons of the warrior Clorinda, her close friend, and at night she goes out to reach her beloved Tancredi and heal him. But in the Christian camp a ray of moonlight illuminates her and, mistaken for Clorinda by the sentries, she is forced to make a hasty flight: this is how it happens in a village inhabited by shepherds who live far from the war in an idyllic space, where she asks and obtains to be hosted for some time in the (vain) hope of forgetting her unhappy love. The work, already attributed to Carlo Loth, is rather referable to the production of Louis Dorigny, the Parisian painter who lived for a long time in Italy, in Rome, in Venice and finally definitively in Verona, where he obtained numerous orders from Veronese but also from clients. Venetians and Lombards, extending his activity as a fresco painter from Bergamo to Udine. In Verona since the beginning of the century, the preferences in the field of painting went towards a complex classicistic language in the composition, but calm and elegant, even in the great decorative works. Dorigny conforms to this painting, who in this canvas combines the balanced classicism of Simon Vouet (of whom he was grandson) with the chiaroscuro he learned in Rome and the calm Venetian elegance. Restored and relined, the painting is presented in an early 20th century frame.

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11,000.00€

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Oil on Canvas Still Life Italy XVII-XVIII Century
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Oil on Canvas Still Life Italy XVII-XVIII Century

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Oil on Canvas Still Life Italy XVII-XVIII Century

Oil on canvas. Lombard school of the late 17th-early 18th century. The rich composition offers a large bouquet of colorful flowers in an embossed vase, next to two large pumpkins and mixed fruit (grapes and peaches): with different intensities of color, the various naturalistic elements emerge from the completely dark background, creating effects of lights and shadows. Restored and relined, the painting is presented in an early 20th century frame.

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5,200.00€

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Baroque Chest of Drawers Walnut Italy XVII-XVIII Century
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Baroque Chest of Drawers Walnut Italy XVII-XVIII Century

Italy Early 18th century

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Baroque Chest of Drawers Walnut Italy XVII-XVIII Century

Italy Early 18th century

Lombard baroque chest of drawers in walnut, early 18th century typical of the Como area. Front with 4 drawers with carved panels enclosed within frames, carved uprights at 45 ° ending with curled carved feet. Spruce interior. Floor molding replaced.

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1,850.00€

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Oil on Canvas Bacchic Scene - XVII Century
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Oil on Canvas Bacchic Scene - XVII Century

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Oil on Canvas Bacchic Scene - XVII Century

Oil on canvas. Northern European School. The painting in calm tones proposes to the viewer, personified by the figure of the man at the bottom right who observes climbing a tree branch, a scene of orgiastic entertainment between men and women in a landscape that evokes Eden with free animals and in peace (the peacock, the rabbits ..). Among the others, on the left a child is playing with soap bubbles: the intent to contrast the transience of life with the pleasures of the senses is evident; high up in the clouds, a deity observes the scene, Chronos, the god of time, who with his scythe underlines human mortality. A label on the frame attributes the work to the Flemish Philippe-Augustin Immenraet (1627-1679), due to the proximity of the landscape subject to his style. The work, restored and relined, has a central color drop. It is presented in a stylish frame.

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7,200.00€

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Baroque Chest of Drawers Walnut Italy XVII-XVIII Century
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Baroque Chest of Drawers Walnut Italy XVII-XVIII Century

Central Italy Early 18th Century

ANMOCA0146694
Baroque Chest of Drawers Walnut Italy XVII-XVIII Century

Central Italy Early 18th Century

Baroque chest of drawers in walnut, central Italy, early 18th century. Front with 4 drawers veneered in walnut, paneled sides, bronze handles and shelf feet. Spruce interior. Handles replaced.

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1,950.00€

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Baroque Chair Walnut Leather Italy 17th-18th Century
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Baroque Chair Walnut Leather Italy 17th-18th Century

XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800, 17th century - from 1601 to 1700

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Baroque Chair Walnut Leather Italy 17th-18th Century

XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800, 17th century - from 1601 to 1700

Walnut Baroque chair supported by reel-shaped legs that are connected to each other by refined crossbeams. The seat and the backrest are covered with leather that is fixed with studs and trimmings. Leather worked in lambrecchino

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380.00€

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Oil on Copper XVII Century
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Oil on Copper XVII Century

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Oil on Copper XVII Century

Oil on copper. The Magdalene, wrapped in her long hair with which she covers her nakedness, turns her eyes to the sky where angels look out. Around her a barren landscape. The painting is presented in a frame from the 1900s.

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900.00€

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Allegory Of Love Oil On Canvas Northern Europe 17th 18th Century
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Allegory Of Love Oil On Canvas Northern Europe 17th 18th Century

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Allegory Of Love Oil On Canvas Northern Europe 17th 18th Century

Oil on canvas. North-European School. This is a funny allegorical scene of profane love, that wants to prove how everyone, of any social class and every age, can fall into the trap of falling in love. The background of the canvas is occupied by an enormous keepnet, the basket net used in some kinds of fishing, above its opening sits a putto playing the violin; the keepnet is crowded with couples, while a parade of other couples walks in front of them to reach the entrance. Between them, there are couples of old and young people, rich and poor people, nobles, bourgeois and proletarians. Everyone has a content and light expression, they share looks of love or they benevolently look at the happiness of the others. Inside the keepnet, there is even a couple of royals, that correspond, for their features and clothing, to the Elector Palatine of Rhineland, John William of the Palatinate-Neuburg and his second wife Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici. On the back of the painting, there is a label bearing a historical attribution to Jan Frans Douven (1656-1727), the Dutch artist who moved to Düsseldorf in 1682 as the official painter at the Court of the Elector Palatine of Rhineland, mostly representing scenes of the daily life of the prince and his second wife. The label would confirm the scope of the attribution to an artist of the 17th-18th century in Northern Europe. The painting comes from a historical collection in Milan. It shows some traces of restorations and a patch. Frame in style.

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16,000.00€

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Marble Statue of a Faun Italy 17th Century
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Marble Statue of a Faun Italy 17th Century

ARTART0000183
Marble Statue of a Faun Italy 17th Century

Faun-Demon. Female figure with goat legs. Animal skin on her shoulders. Demonic face. She is holding a turtle.

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8,200.00€

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P. Ottino Religious Subject Mixed Technique on Paper XVI Century
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P. Ottino Religious Subject Mixed Technique on Paper XVI Century

The meeting of the Centurion Cornelius with the Apostle Peter

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P. Ottino Religious Subject Mixed Technique on Paper XVI Century

The meeting of the Centurion Cornelius with the Apostle Peter

Mixed technique on paper (charcoal, pen, brown ink, watercolor and white lead). Signed Pasqual Otin lower left; coming from a private collection, there are the brands of two previous collections, Dalla Bella and Frigerio. The work is also accompanied by a critical study by dr. Francesco Vincenti and a certificate of authenticity from the Orler Collection. It is a fascinating drawing by Pasquale Ottino known as Pasqualotto, a Veronese painter (the surname Otin corresponds to the Venetian wording) who, after a period of training in Rome, embarked on a painting career in Verona marked "by the Caravaggesque luminism declined in the Venetian style with the use of robust colourism ". Also in this drawing the Counter-Reformation tendency is already perceived, for the meaning of immediate teaching, linked to the dramatic expressiveness of the characters. The episode recounted, drawn from the Acts of the Apostles, sees a Roman centurion who begs for blessing from Peter, inside a room that draws light from the window and is filled with other characters from the newspaper, the attendant on the right and the servant who brings bread and wine to the tray on the left. Central is the intense gaze between the two protagonists, accompanied by the hint of a smile on their lips, to express the joy of the encounter of Salvation. Framed.

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3,200.00€

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Oil on Canvas Religious Subject Italy XVI-XVII Century
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Oil on Canvas Religious Subject Italy XVI-XVII Century

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Oil on Canvas Religious Subject Italy XVI-XVII Century

Oil on canvas. Tuscan school of the late 1500s - early 1600s. The canvas is part of a large sacred production, which exalted the glory of Mary and the saints close to the client. In the center, Mary sits on a throne with her little son in her arms, while above, from the open skies, the Eternal Father blesses her, with the terrestrial globe in her hands, a symbol of her power over the world; He is flanked by two angels. On either side of the throne there are two Saints: on the left, San Domenico di Guzman, dressed in the habit of a Dominican and holding a lily and a book in his hands; on the right, in his characteristic habit, Saint Francis of Assisi, holding the cross in the shape of a Tau and a book, and on whose hands the signs of the stigmata can be seen. The whole scene is characterized by the static nature of the figures still typical of the Renaissance period, by bright colors and by composed and delicate features of the faces. Restored and relined, the painting is presented in an antique frame.

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7,000.00€

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Lamentation over the Dead Christ Oil on Slate Italy XVI-XVII Century
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Lamentation over the Dead Christ Oil on Slate Italy XVI-XVII Century

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Lamentation over the Dead Christ Oil on Slate Italy XVI-XVII Century

Oil on slate. Painted on a thick slab of slate, the scene presents the dramatic moment in which Mary, surrounded by a group of pious women, weeps over the body of her Son taken down from the Cross: she abandons herself dramatically in the arms of the two women behind her, while at the her womb rests the inert body of the Son, on whose hand a third woman weeps; above, a group of angels who look out from the open skies, from which the divine Light springs, participate in the lamentation. Mary is the only figure who wears brightly colored clothes, which contrast with the waxy color of the body of Christ resting on her lap, while the other women wear clothes in dull colors, just as neutral are the bodies of the little angels. The figures are placed on a dark background, in which the opening of the sepulcher can hardly be seen: the chromatic effect is rendered thanks also to the pictorial base used, the slate, a stone also known as the "blackboard", as the most important slate quarries are located near the town of Lavagna in Liguria. The pictorial modality recalls the works of Pietro Mera known as the Flemish, a painter originally from Brussels who lived between the 16th and 17th centuries: active for a long time in Venice, working from 1570 to 1603 in the service of Cardinal d'Este, Mera made extensive use slate as a pictorial support for some of his works. The material with its characteristic dark color allowed the artist to create intense luministic contrasts and to emphasize the figures, depicted with a bright chromatic range and illuminated by brilliant touches of light. In good condition, the painting is presented in an antique frame.

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5,800.00€

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Portrait of a Nobleman Oil on Canvas Italy XVII Century
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Portrait of a Nobleman Oil on Canvas Italy XVII Century

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Portrait of a Nobleman Oil on Canvas Italy XVII Century

Oil painting on canvas. Lombard school of the seventeenth century. The gentleman is portrayed standing, life-size, inside the house; he rests his right hand on a small table covered with red velvet, under a window that opens onto a large river landscape. Near his feet, on the left, the faithful dog, also in a dignified and composed pose; the rich golden and worked metal collar stands out at its neck, embellished with a pendant with a hard stone. The black suit in which the man is dressed almost completely merges with the dark and dark background of the room, if not for the reflections on the sleeves of the light that enters through the window and for the delicate white lace of the ruff and cuffs that frame the rosy complexion of the face and hands. The qualitative rendering of the work is remarkable, in particular in the face, well defined in its features and expressive, as well as in the anatomical features of the animal, whose gaze is as intense and penetrating as that of the owner. The portrait is part of that extensive portrait production that from the end of the sixteenth century becomes, in Lombardy in particular with Moroni, no longer just an official and elite presentation of important characters, but a representation of people in their naturalness, in their true essence, portrayed in less static poses and in less official environments. Restored and relined, the painting is presented in a beautiful carved and gilded wooden frame from the early 1900s.

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11,600.00€

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Portrait of a Young Woman Oil on Canvas Italy 1666
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Portrait of a Young Woman Oil on Canvas Italy 1666

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Portrait of a Young Woman Oil on Canvas Italy 1666

Oil on canvas. Lombard school of the seventeenth century. A smiling young girl is portrayed in an elegant black dress, embellished with lace on the neckline and a play of red and green laces and ribbons on the sleeves, which match the red embroidered petticoat; she wears her jewels around her neck, wrists, ears, in the hairstyle of her hair, where the austerity of pearls is lightened by colored ribbons; she holds a bouquet of flowers in her hand, which emphasizes her gracefulness and grace. Restored and relined, on the second canvas there is written, probably a copy of the original on the first canvas, which indicates who the young woman is: \\\"Margh.a D. Gridonia Gonz. Agnella - Soada Maffei - D\\\'etta Anni XVIII\\\", followed by a coat of arms with the initials C FAS This writing, in addition to defining the name and age, highlights the young woman\\\'s belonging to the College of the Virgins of Jesus in Castiglione delle Stiviere, founded in 1608 by the Marquise Guidonia Gonzaga together with the two sisters Cinzia and Olimpia, all nephews of San Luigi Gonzaga. This college had the purpose of imparting an education to young noblemen or young people from good families, who, with the dowry donated to the college, contributed to the sustenance of the same. The portrait has minor flaws. It is presented in an ancient, non-coeval frame, with small shortcomings.

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4,200.00€

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Oil on Canvas by Antonio Peruzzini Italy XVIII Century
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Oil on Canvas by Antonio Peruzzini Italy XVIII Century

Landscape with Figures at the River

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Oil on Canvas by Antonio Peruzzini Italy XVIII Century

Landscape with Figures at the River

Oil on canvas. The wide landscape is centered on the river that flows into the valley rich in vegetation. Along its course, in the foreground, some women are washing clothes. The pictorial features, fast and not very aggregated, refer to the production of Antonio Francesco Peruzzini, belonging to a family of painters originally from Pesaro, including his father Domenico and his sons Giovanni, Antonio Francesco and Paolo, active in the Marche region and in Italian cities such as Rome. Bologna, Turin and Milan, during the seventeenth century and the first quarter of the eighteenth. Antonio Francesco's production is often associated with that of his brother Giovanni, having the two worked together. Antonio Francesco specialized in landscape painting, under the influence of Salvator Rosa and landscape architects such as Pietro Montanini and Pandolfo Reschi, and further influences also came from Nordic painters active in Italy, especially from Pieter Mulier known as il Tempesta. In his first works the originality of his painting is already distinguished given a rapid drafting and an intense and brilliant chromatic stamp. From the beginning of the nineties the long artistic bond between Antonio Francesco Peruzzini and Alessandro Magnasco began, following their meeting in Milan, where Peruzzini had settled; from this period onwards his painting seems to fall apart, through forms that become more dynamic and light, almost fantastic, to finally arrive at a style marked by an ever greater disintegration of the forms of nature and their movement. Restored and relined, the work is presented in an early 20th century frame.

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5,800.00€

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