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Portrait of a Noblewoman by Il Mulinaretto 18th Century
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Portrait of a Noblewoman by Il Mulinaretto 18th Century

Portrait of a Noblewoman

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Portrait of a Noblewoman by Il Mulinaretto 18th Century

Portrait of a Noblewoman

Oil on canvas. This half-length portrait depicts a gentlewoman who certainly belongs to a noble family, you can desume it by the elegant dress and by the medal that the woman is wearing. The medal is situated exactly in the centre of the painting. It is the medal of the order "Ordine della Croce Stellata", a chivalry order for women only established by Eleonora Gonzaga, widow of the emperor Ferdinando III. The order was then confirmed by Clemente IX with a papal edict in 1668. This medal was conferred only to noble women. Delle Piane (known as "Il Mulinaretto") was born in Genova but he completed his artistic formation in Rome. Since he was young he had a natural inclination towards portraiture. He was influenced by the french-manner portraiture (in particular by Hiacynthe Rigaud and by Laguillère) and thanks to his abitility to read the requirements of his time, he adapted to new tendencies. His commissioners were rich and powerful and wanted to be celebrated through their portraits. Delle Piane brought stylistic innovation, bringing to a higher level the sophistication of small details, enhancing the mundanity of his commissioners, dressing them up in exquisite and sumptuous manner and capturing new and interesting poses. Delle Piane worked relentlessly for more than sixty years. He has produced also paintings with religious subject, but he is best known for his portraits, there are plenty attributed to him, in many private houses. The elegance, the affectation in contrast with the severe pose and the lascivious gesture of the hand which holds the mantle, are part of the typical features of Delle Piane's paintings. The painting is presented in a coeval silver-plated frame with inlaid decor and a ribbon on top.

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Painting by Arman 10000 Cendrillons 2003
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Painting by Arman 10000 Cendrillons 2003

10000 Cendrillons

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Painting by Arman 10000 Cendrillons 2003

10000 Cendrillons

Mixed technique on canvas. Armand Fernandez, stage name Arman, was born in Nice in 1928. He is remembered as one of the most significant and influential members of the artistic movement 'Nouveau Réalisme', the European declination of the American New Dada. The Nouveau Réalisme was founded in 1960 in France by the critic Pierre Restany. The members of the nouveaux réalistes group tended to see the world as an image from which they could take parts and incorporate them into their works - as they sought to bring life and art closer together. They declared that they had come together on the basis of a new and real awareness of their "collective singularity", meaning that they were together in spite of, or perhaps because of, their differences. But for all the diversity of their plastic language, they perceived a common basis for their work; this being a method of direct appropriation of reality, equivalent, in the terms used by Pierre Restany, to a "poetic recycling of urban, industrial and advertising reality". Artists of Nouveau Réalisme sought out to strip art of previously thought standards that art had to mean something, they could take any object beyond its preconceived notions and present it as itself, and thought it could still be considered art. Many of them also sought to break down the glamorization of artists producing their craft in private, and due to this often times art pieces were produced in public. The work comes from the artist's studio in New York and is certified by the email of Fondation A.R.M.A.N. showing also the file number. Fondation A.R.M.A.N. is currently the only institution having the right to issue certifications for Arman's works. A picture of the painting signed by the artist and showing the file number, title, dimensions and technique is enclosed. On the back of the picture there is the stamp of the Art Gallery Dante Vecchiato which was a reference point for the distribution of Arman's works in Italy in the early 2000.

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No Title by Arman Jeté 2003
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No Title by Arman Jeté 2003

Jeté

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No Title by Arman Jeté 2003

Jeté

Mixed technique on canvas. Armand Fernandez, stage name Arman, was born in Nice in 1928. He is remembered as one of the most significant and influential members of the artistic movement 'Nouveau Réalisme', the European declination of the American New Dada. The Nouveau Réalisme was founded in 1960 in France by the critic Pierre Restany. The members of the nouveaux réalistes group tended to see the world as an image from which they could take parts and incorporate them into their works - as they sought to bring life and art closer together. They declared that they had come together on the basis of a new and real awareness of their "collective singularity", meaning that they were together in spite of, or perhaps because of, their differences. But for all the diversity of their plastic language, they perceived a common basis for their work; this being a method of direct appropriation of reality, equivalent, in the terms used by Pierre Restany, to a "poetic recycling of urban, industrial and advertising reality". Artists of Nouveau Réalisme sought out to strip art of previously thought standards that art had to mean something, they could take any object beyond its preconceived notions and present it as itself, and thought it could still be considered art. Many of them also sought to break down the glamorization of artists producing their craft in private, and due to this often times art pieces were produced in public. The work comes from the artist's studio in New York and is certified by the email of Fondation A.R.M.A.N. showing also the file number. Fondation A.R.M.A.N. is currently the only institution having the right to issue certifications for Arman's works. A picture of the painting signed by the artist and showing the file number, title, dimensions and technique is enclosed. On the back of the picture there is the stamp of the Art Gallery Dante Vecchiato which was a reference point for the distribution of Arman's works in Italy in the early 2000.

5,200.00€

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Adrien Manglard (1695-1760), Chivalric Scene
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Adrien Manglard (1695-1760), Chivalric Scene

Landscape with a scene of chivalry

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Adrien Manglard (1695-1760), Chivalric Scene

Landscape with a scene of chivalry

Oil painting on canvas. A chivalric scene, probably inspired by Tasso's 'Gerusalemme Liberata', stands in the foreground, featuring two warriors with armor and feathered helmet, armed shields and swords, both flanked by two ladies, about to face a duel for The possession of a box placed on the ground between the two contenders; A third knight with a red drape on a bay horse and a fourth knight on his shoulders watch the contention, leaning on a double stick, also in full war outfit. The scene is set in a mountain gorge with a tower on the right, in front of a stormy sea and a coastal view in the background. The painting is a significant example in the catalog of Adrien Manglard for the singularity of the figurative scene combined with his acclaimed landscapes painter skills, expressed by the taste of the original inventiveness and prospective application, by his representation of rocks, waves and distant islands. The attribution to the Manglard can be confirmed by the comparisons with various works of this kind, as he was a well-known painter of sea landscapes, both in storms and in quiet atmospheres of silence. For this purpose, it is possible to consult the monograph of S. Maddalo (Adrien Manglard 1695-1760, Multigrafica editore, Rome 1982) with particular reference to Figures 34-39 and 41, focusing on sea landscapes of such an environment, including the Cycle of Palazzo Ducale Colorno, the canvases of the Guéret Museum and Palazzo Boncompagni Ludovisi and the fresco of Palazzo Chigi. In these paintings, we find similar and sometimes almost matching inventive parameters, with a matching pictorial style with the canvas in question. The evocative representation of stormy sky and sea, attesting the careful observation of these phenomena by Manglard, should be emphasized in particular. Moreover, his validity as a figure painter is proved by a general examination of his curriculum, including in particular the 'Call of the first Apostles' dating back to 1731. There is an AM mark in the painting on the box at the bottom of the center. The work is accompanied by an expertise by Professor Giancarlo Sestieri. The painting is restored and presented in a more recent frame.

9,000.00€

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