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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XIX Century
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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XIX Century

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XIX Century

Oil painting on canvas. The large painting recalls the pictorial methods of the 17th century but is from a later period, and was created on a canvas applied to an older one. The scene tells the biblical episode (taken from the Book of Kings) widely narrated pictorially, depicting the bath of Bathsheba, the wife of General Uriah, in the service of King David. According to the biblical story, David is on the terrace of his palace when he notices the woman bathing in the garden of her home, surrounded by her handmaids. Davide falls in love with her and seduces her, making her pregnant. To hide the crime, he recalls General Uriah from the front, to make him lie down with his wife, but Uriah does not want to leave his soldiers; then David sends him to fight on the front line hoping that he will be killed: this happens and David can marry Bathsheba, but he will be punished by God for the adultery and impiety committed. The painting shows the moment in which Bathsheba, having just come out of the bathroom, while she is reflected in the mirror held by a slave girl, and surrounded by other servants, reads the note that King David sent her; the latter appears at the top right, overlooking the terrace. The scene is dominated by female figures intertwined with each other, in a tangle of clothes and fabrics, and surrounded by flowers from the garden; in the center stands the mirror in a rich golden frame. The painting has a patch at the bottom right. It is presented in an antique gilded frame.

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Contemporary Naif Painting M. Previ Oil on Glass 1979
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Contemporary Naif Painting M. Previ Oil on Glass 1979

The Bonfire under the Snow, 1979

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Contemporary Naif Painting M. Previ Oil on Glass 1979

The Bonfire under the Snow, 1979

Oil on glass. At the bottom right are the signature and date, accompanied by the artist's symbol, the stylized figurine of a man in a wheelchair. It is a work on glass by the painter Mario Previ, who has lived and painted in a wheelchair since the age of eighteen, due to quadriplegia resulting from a dive into his Taro. He said of himself: "The world, the passage of time, from this point of view (the wheelchair) teach many things. You learn to wake up every morning with a purpose, even if your body is in pain, if every gesture generates suffering and depending on others and giving up could be an easy solution. And instead, art, painting, together with the serenity of my world, of friends, give me incredible energy. They saved me, giving me the strength to live". In 1974, three years after the accident, inspired by a television program on Yugoslavian naïve painters, in particular by the works on glass of Mijo Kovacic, Previ began to paint and learn the art of painting on glass as a self-taught, until he to make himself known and appreciated for his paintings. In his naifs Mario Previ tells a reality that has almost disappeared, real stories albeit in a fairy-tale tone, he revives lost traditions, slices of life that belonged to other generations, those of peasant civilization (from which he also comes), but what emerges most from his visions are the "forë", those that could once be heard in the "firossi", the traditional evenings of the hamlets of Parma dedicated to meeting to tell anecdotes, stories and historical curiosities, often in front of the fireplace fire, when outside it was cold and snowing. The work is presented in a frame.

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Antique Painting with Landscape Oil on Hardboard 1930 ca.
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Antique Painting with Landscape Oil on Hardboard 1930 ca.

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Antique Painting with Landscape Oil on Hardboard 1930 ca.

Oil on hardboard. The large country landscape, with leafy trees and hills, sees a lady and some knights engaged in a hunting trip, with dogs accompanying them in the race. The painting is presented in a wooden frame, covered on the front with gilded stucco.

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century
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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century

Oil painting on canvas. Italian school of the 17th century. The Saint is depicted inside his study, intent on reading and studying the sacred texts, but in penitential garb, i.e. clad only in a red cloth draped around his naked body. The painting, relined, has a significant crack; It is placed in a contemporary gilded wooden frame.

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVIII Century
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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVIII Century

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVIII Century

Oil painting on canvas. Central Italian school of the 17th century. In its pictorial style, the painting recalls the production of Angelo Caroselli (1585-1652), a Roman Baroque artist who was a painter, copyist, restorer, but also a pasticheur and connoisseur of art, i.e. creator of paintings "in the manner of"- in “technique” and in the “style” of a specific artistic period or of a specific author, even assembling “parts” taken from different paintings. Initially Caravaggesque, Il Caroselli later developed his own personal artistic language, which was copied by many minor artists. In this work the fixed and almost exasperated expressiveness of the character stands out, whose elegance of the seventeenth-century dress and the almost feminine features of the face with its rosy complexion contrast with the crudeness of Goliath's head, bloody, with the large stab wound that stands out against the mortal pallor. The painting has been restored and relined, retaining the original wooden frame. It is presented in a contemporary wooden frame.

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century
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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century

Oil painting on canvas. Italian school of the 17th century. At the center of the scene is Christ, kneeling in the water of the Jordan, with his arms gathered towards his body in an introspective attitude; next to him John the Baptist is pouring the water of Baptism on his head. On the left three angels assist, holding the cloth ready to dry the body of Christ, but their gaze is pointed upwards, to contemplate the descent of the Holy Spirit. A landscape rich in vegetation forms the backdrop to the scene. On the first canvas, the painting has some patches on the back. The crack is marked and there are some very small holes. The painting is presented in a 19th century gilded frame (left missing).

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Antique Painting with Still Life Oil on Canvas Europe XVII Century
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Antique Painting with Still Life Oil on Canvas Europe XVII Century

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Antique Painting with Still Life Oil on Canvas Europe XVII Century

Oil painting on canvas. Italian school of the 17th-18th centuries. A large composition of colorful flowers, in embossed metal vases, and some fruits scattered on the ground, are placed close to a wall overlooking a maritime landscape: the brightness of the sky and sea on the right contrasts with the shaded area on the left, on which the colors of the flowers stand out. The painting, relined and restored, has a significant crack. It is presented in a contemporary lacquered and gilded frame.

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century
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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century

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Antique Painting with Religious Subject Oil on Canvas XVII Century

Oil painting on canvas. Italian school of the early 17th century. The Madonna on the throne, crowned by two angels, has the Baby Jesus in her arms, who offers Saint Francis the poor knotted belt, a symbol of poverty; witnessing the scene are a holy bishop, Saint John the Baptist and two female saints, Saint Clare on the left, Saint Catherine of Alexandria on the right. The painting, still on the first canvas, has a clearly visible crack with small drops of color; subjected to restoration (there are old patches on the back), it was fixed to a non-coeval wooden frame and mounted in a coeval Florentine frame, in black painted wood with gold decorations.

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Group of 3 Contemporary Bronze Bas-Reliefs F. Messina '900
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Group of 3 Contemporary Bronze Bas-Reliefs F. Messina '900

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Group of 3 Contemporary Bronze Bas-Reliefs F. Messina '900

Gilded bronze bas-reliefs. Signed lower right; number of specimen 25/150 bottom left. The triptych is accompanied by a certification of authenticity from the Seledi Arte Center in Milan. The titles of the three bas-reliefs are shown in the authentication: Fortune, Stallion Fight, The Couple. Francesco Messina's sculpture, so full of echoes of the classical Greco-Roman and Hellenistic heritage,"is characterized", wrote Carlo Carrà, "a simple and great style" and by an "idealistic and classical procedure"capable of give life to forms that remain as "ideal images". The three bronze panels are mounted in a single frame.

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Group of 4 Photos E. Barret Children's Portraits 1930
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Group of 4 Photos E. Barret Children's Portraits 1930

Portraits of Children, 1930

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Group of 4 Photos E. Barret Children's Portraits 1930

Portraits of Children, 1930

Photographs retouched with pastels. Signed bottom right. On the back of three of them is the date 11 November 1930. A photographic sequence of the portrait of three children is shown, who slightly change their pose or expression. They are the work of the British photographer Eva Barrett who, after an initial experience as a painter, decided to dedicate herself to photography, thinking that "it was better to be a first-rate photographer than a second-rate [painter]. Having moved to Rome in 1913, she established her laboratory here. Pictorialist, with a small camera, Eva Barrett created her own photographic method that was reminiscent of drawing sketches: she applied a few very light pencil strokes, managing to create subdued images but with particularly dense blacks, thus maintaining the characteristics of photography and portraits. In this way he was very successful and his career took off. Eva Barrett photographed the Italian royal family, the wives and children of foreign ambassadors, as well as received numerous commissions from European royalty in Belgium, Sweden, Greece. The four portraits are presented in style frames.

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Antique Painting Boutique of Tanzio da Varallo Religious Subject
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Antique Painting Boutique of Tanzio da Varallo Religious Subject

Martyrdom of the Franciscans in Nagasaki

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Antique Painting Boutique of Tanzio da Varallo Religious Subject

Martyrdom of the Franciscans in Nagasaki

Oil painting on canvas. The work is a faithful copy of the homonymous masterpiece by Tanzio da Varallo (1580-82 /1633), created by the painter from Valsesia for the Franciscan convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Varallo, and currently preserved at the Pinacoteca di Brera. The painting depicts the martyrdom which occurred in 1597 in Nagasaki of twenty-three Franciscan friars, who were subsequently beatified in 1627, a date which allows us to place the work in the last years of the artist's activity. Tanzio da Varallo was probably inspired for its creation by the text "Life and exploits of the Martyrs of Japan" by the Spanish Franciscan Marcello di Ribadeneira; of the Brera painting we know a partial preparatory drawing (preserved in the Pinacoteca di Varallo), a sanguine drawing published by Testori (1964) and a canvas (from a private collection in Borgosesia) published by Ferro. The replica proposed here is faithful to the original, even in size, only a few centimeters lower in height, probably lost during the re-lining of the work. Although it is a copy of notable quality, where in particular the richness of highlights stands out which stand out on the warmer and darker tones of the flesh tones, compared to the original one notices a lower fineness of execution, a tendency towards simplification and a pathetic accentuation, which they testify to the hand of a copyist concerned with reproducing the model in every detail, without granting himself any license. Furthermore, this copyist seems to have been very familiar with Tanzio's style, to the point of even perfectly imitating his hooked hands. One can therefore think of a pupil of Tanzio or of his workshop (which was continued by his brother Melchiorre upon Tanzio's death), or of an artist who saw and appreciated his works, such as for example Pietro Francesco Gianoli, who worked above all in churches in Valsesia and in the Novara area and of which other replicas of works by Tanzio da Varallo are known, such as David with the head of Goliath. Furthermore, since the work presented here, before being acquired by a private collector, remained located for centuries in a Franciscan convent in Lombardy, it is plausible that it is a copy of that of Tanzio commissioned by the Order itself, for another monastery, by a painter who was stylistically close to Tanzio and could look to the original. The painting has been relined and restored. It is presented in a late 19th-early 20th century setting.

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Antique Painting Male Portrait Oil on Canvas 1833
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Antique Painting Male Portrait Oil on Canvas 1833

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Antique Painting Male Portrait Oil on Canvas 1833

Oil painting on canvas. French school. At the bottom left are the signature and date written backwards; the signature is readable as H. Faillade. At the bottom right there is the Latin writing " Quando ex exilio redibit!!!"; (When he returns from exile!). This writing underlines the bond of the man portrayed with the young general depicted in the small picture that he holds in his hand, probably his relative and linked to the monarchy of Charles, the last sovereign of the Bourbon-France dynasty, absolutist and anti-liberal monarch, overthrown from the throne and fled in exile in 1830 during the July Revolution, known as the Second French Revolution. The painting is presented in a period frame.

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Antique Painting with Landscape Oil on Canvas Italy XVIII Century
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Antique Painting with Landscape Oil on Canvas Italy XVIII Century

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Antique Painting with Landscape Oil on Canvas Italy XVIII Century

Oil painting on canvas. Northern Italian school of the 18th century. According to the taste of the 18th century, the proposed landscape is dominated by the remains of an ancient temple, vestiges of past glories. All around there is a countryside with a stream, but fading in the distance towards the blue peaks of a mountain range. Restored and relined, the painting is presented in a period frame.

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Antique Painting Genre Scene Oil on Canvas French School '800
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Antique Painting Genre Scene Oil on Canvas French School '800

The Announcement of Defeat at Waterloo

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Antique Painting Genre Scene Oil on Canvas French School '800

The Announcement of Defeat at Waterloo

Oil painting on canvas. French school of the 19th century. The scene, set in the poor bedroom of an elderly war veteran, who is crying in his bed, sees his family telling him the sad news of the defeat at Waterloo, as can be deduced from the sheet of newspaper in the woman's hands, on which the name of the historic location where Napoleon Bonaparte was definitively defeated. The canvas shows signs of previous restorations, in particular the patch corresponding to the female figure is clearly visible. It is presented in an early 20th century setting.

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Modern Painting with Flower Composition Oil on Canvas XX Century
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Modern Painting with Flower Composition Oil on Canvas XX Century

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Modern Painting with Flower Composition Oil on Canvas XX Century

Oil painting on canvas. At the bottom left there is an unidentified signature. Large composition of variegated flowers, placed outdoors on bare, deserted ground. The colors of the flowers are applied with a certain material consistency, making them stand out and emerge from the almost monochromatic background. The painting has some dirt splashes in the lower left corner. It is presented in a contemporary frame.

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Antique Painting Still Life Oil on Canvas Italy XIX Century
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Antique Painting Still Life Oil on Canvas Italy XIX Century

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Antique Painting Still Life Oil on Canvas Italy XIX Century

Oil painting on canvas. The composition looks at the productions of the 17th century and offers a table richly laden with fruit trays, baskets of cherries, baskets with peaches and bunches of grapes with decorative vine leaves, terrines with seeds, and glasses, surmounted by a curtain and placed on a fabric. Color was used in a highly material manner in some points, to underline for example the stems of grape leaves, or to create reflections of light on the fruit. The painting presented in a style frame.

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Antique Painting Landscape and Figures Oil on Canvas '700-'800
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Antique Painting Landscape and Figures Oil on Canvas '700-'800

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Antique Painting Landscape and Figures Oil on Canvas '700-'800

Oil painting on canvas. The landscape, set in the mountains but with a view of the sea in the background, sees a figure of a commoner in the center and two on the sides, walking on the paths; some farmhouses are scattered on the green slopes. The painting presents several drops of color, especially the upper margin. It is presented in a stylish frame.

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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Cardboard Italy XX Century
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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Cardboard Italy XX Century

Controluce collinare, 1960

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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Cardboard Italy XX Century

Controluce collinare, 1960

Oil on cardboard. Signed and dated lower right. The painting, coming from a private collection in Pavia, is published on page 70 of Simona Morani's monograph dedicated to the artist Primo Carena (Bolis editions), with the presentation signed by the art critic Rossana Bossaglia. On the back there is a stamp of participation of the work in the artist's personal exhibition at the Castello Visconteo in Pavia in 1992. The landscape, a stretch of countryside with a backdrop of hills, well expresses the subdued intimacy associated with the rigorous realism that characterizes the production painting by the painter from Pavia. In his landscapes Carena tends "to capture the atmospheric reality of the places without indulging in descriptivism... but constantly supported by a lyrical vein, which is the underlying motif of all his production". The work is presented in a period frame.

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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Canvas Italy 1941
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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Canvas Italy 1941

Via di paese, 1941

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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Canvas Italy 1941

Via di paese, 1941

Oil painting on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. The painting, coming from a private collection in Pavia, is published on page 59 of Simona Morani's monograph dedicated to the artist Primo Carena (Bolis editions), with the presentation signed by the art critic Rossana Bossaglia. The view of the town well expresses the subdued intimacy associated with the rigorous realism that characterize the pictorial production of the painter from Pavia. In his landscapes Carena tends "to capture the atmospheric reality of the places without indulging in descriptivism... but constantly supported by a lyrical vein, which is the underlying motif of all his production". The work is presented in a period frame.

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Modern Painting by P. Carena Oil on Canvas Italy 1950s-60s
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Modern Painting by P. Carena Oil on Canvas Italy 1950s-60s

San Pietro in Verzolo

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Modern Painting by P. Carena Oil on Canvas Italy 1950s-60s

San Pietro in Verzolo

Oil painting on canvas. Signed lower right. The painting, coming from a private collection in Pavia, is published on page 70 of Simona Morani's monograph dedicated to the artist Primo Carena (Bolis editions), with the presentation signed by the art critic Rossana Bossaglia. On the back there is a stamp of participation of the work in the artist's personal exhibition at the Castello Visconteo in Pavia in 1992. The landscape, a stretch of countryside with a backdrop of hills, well expresses the subdued intimacy associated with the rigorous realism that characterizes the production pictorial work by the painter from Pavia. In his landscapes Carena tends "to capture the atmospheric reality of the places without indulging in descriptivism... but constantly supported by a lyrical vein, which is the underlying motif of all his production". The work is presented in a period frame. on page 66 of Simona Morani's monograph dedicated to the artist Primo Carena (Bolis editions), with the presentation signed by the art critic Rossana Bossaglia. On the back there is a stamp of participation of the work in the artist's personal exhibition at the Castello Visconteo in Pavia in 1992. The view of the small village on the outskirts of Pavia, seen from the countryside, well expresses the subdued intimacy associated with the rigorous realism that characterizes the production pictorial work by the painter from Pavia. In his landscapes Carena tends" to capture the atmospheric reality of the places without indulging in descriptivism... but constantly supported by a lyrical vein, which is the underlying motif of all his production". The work is presented in a period frame.

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