A late 16th to ealy 17th Century painting in oil on canvas from the Spanish School depicting the Lamentaion of Christ. In the scene of the Lamentation, Christ’s body has been cut down from the cross . His head is cradled in the arms of his mother, the Virgin Mary who is the focus of the picture. The emotions of the Virgin Mary are beautifully expressed largely through her hands and face, especially her weeping downcast eyes. Her hunched body adds to the overall impression of agony and her gent
A rare first edition of Jean Cousin’s, a 16th-century French painter, Science of the Portrait. While this book was initially intended to be an instructional manual on drawing the human form, it quickly became as famous, or more so, as his father’s Book on Perspective. The Cousin name was synonymous during the 16th-and 17th-century with painting and sculpting. Their art books were so popular that there are no known existing copies of any of the 1571 or 1589 editions left today! No other books are
A rare 1676 edition of Jean Cousin’s, a 16th-century French painter, ‘Science of the Portrait.’ While this book was initially intended to be an instructional manual on drawing the human form, it quickly became as famous, or more so, as his father’s Book on Perspective. The Cousin name was synonymous during the 16th-and 17th-century with painting and sculpting. Their art books were so popular that there are no known existing copies of any of the 1571 or 1589 editions left today! No other books ar
A rare 17th-century edition of Jean Cousin’s, a 16th-century French painter, ‘Science of Portraiture.’ While this book was initially intended to be an instructional manual on drawing the human form, it quickly became as famous, or more so, as his father’s ‘Book on Perspective’. The Cousin name was synonymous during the 16th-and 17th-century with painting and sculpting. Their art books were so popular that there are no known existing copies of any of the 1571 or 1589 editions left today! No other
31 pages. White pictorial card cover with flaps. Includes 16 colour tipped plates. Pages are clean and bright with a firm binding. End papers and pages edges are noticeably tanned and foxed. A few small pencil scribbles throughout. Tipped plates are bright and clear, with some light tanning to edges and some corner creasing. Cover is lightly rub worn and thumbed with some light shelf wear to edges and corners, creases to corners. Tipped plate attached to front cover is loose, with a small hole t
Antique painting, oil on canvas, 17th century, depicting a suggestive portrait of a gentleman.The space of the canvas is almost entirely occupied by the effigy, who turns his gaze to the observer with a full and direct air. The clothing, just shown by the white collar that stands out in contrast with the black dress, further highlights the appearance. The character of the image exhibits a Bolognese naturalism, more precisely in the style of Caracci and dates back to the seventeenth century. In a
Chinese 17th century – Shunzhi – Wucai lidded jar with painting in over glaze enamels of iron red aubergine and yellow The painting is of prunus blossom on a cracked ice ground Prunus or plum blossom is associated with longevity and the five petal represent the five gods of happiness. The plum tree is one of the three friends of winter and it represents hardship and endurance. When the prunus blossom is with the cracked ice ground it is seen as the falling blossoms on the frozen northern rivers
Florenz, 17th century Marble, pietra dura and oil painting on copper Ebonised wooden frame with gold ornaments Marble, pietra dura and oil painting on copper Ebonised wooden frame with gold ornaments Each of an oval framed representation of Mary and the Archangel Gabriel 24.5 cm (high), 32.5cm (wide), with frame Private collection Southern Germany since the 60s
painted in enamel, wearing a low cut pink dress with white underslip, her white bonnet trimmed with flowers set in the original gold frame with split pearl border together with a morning ring with panel of plaited hair within black stones, the reverse engraved J. Wishart died 24 Feb 1820 aged 32 \ Janet (nee Lumsden) married Johns Wishart of Falkland Fife, Scotland, Continental artists first introduced enamel painting to England in the 17th century. But it was in the early 18th century that it b
Fed faux leather covers with gilt decoration to covers; gilt has rubbed off in spots along the cover edges, also there are a few small faint spots. Contents of this spectacular book are Fine, no defects. . This is a stunning facsimile reprint, printed on coated paper, of a 17th century Turkish illuminated manuscript. The original is found in the Austrian National Library. It is a representation of world history in genealogical form with 102 miniature portraits, from Adam and Eve to Sultan Mehmed
A rare, 17th-century handwritten Japanese woodblock book exploring the landscape techniques of Hi Kangen (Fei Han-yuan), a Chinese merchant and artist who lived in japan during the mid-18th century and became a popular teacher of nanga painting (a school of Japanese painting which flourished in the late Edo period among artists who considered themselves literati, or intellectuals. While each of these artists was, almost by definition, unique and independent, they all shared an admiration for tra
A very nicely decorated plate. Top Quality painting & rare scene 18-2-19-1-8 ConditionOverall Condition B (Good used); (Rim)fritting Kintsugi filled chip & hairline. Size: 160mmReference: See "Sekido Museum of Art - Kosometsuke"All will be packed neat and sent track and trace and insurance. Registered airmail Asian Antiques---
An ancient oil painting on a wooden table, depicting the portrait of an evangelist, probably Saint Paul. The figure of the saint is inserted inside a painted aedicule, with upper corners decorated with scrolls on a dark background.Condition: the painting is intact and in good condition. Perfectly readable from any point of view. Origin: it was purchased by the Vendiarte Art Gallery of Genoa in 2015, it was issued with a Certificate of Authenticity and lawful origin; it was later restored by pers
An absolutely incredible mid-17th-century Catholic liturgical work entitled ‘The Scenes of the Cross’. This work, published by Mazot, features impressive and highly desirable illustrations throughout, both in-text and full-page. The litanies, prayers, and Mass texts are illustrated with portraits of saints, historical scenes, rosaries, and views of Biblical scenes. The most important portrait is that of Charles de l’Aubespine by Guilliam Ghein, along with portrayals of the scenes of the Passion
A rare late 17th-century printing of Pierre Monier’s “History of Art.’ This instructional and historical treatise covers three main topics of art: Design of the human figure Fall of the Arts Reestablishment of Arts These sections cover artistic influences from around the Western world including architecture, sculpting, and painting, much of which came from the designs and techniques used in Tuscany and Venice. While Pierre Monier was a French painter, he focused on art that he encountered whil
Wearing an embroidered mauve day-gown and white lace cravat set in later silver frame backed with mother of pearl Daniel (or David) Myers worked between 1659 and 1690. During the early days of the Restoration there was an ever increasing demand for portrait miniatures by lesser known artists such as Myers, who sometimes signed DM, This may have been due to the cost involved for the well known miniaturists: Norgate, in his Miniatura, writes that the art is "so profitable" (Noe painting in the wor
17th century Dutch School. 17th century Dutch School. Follower of Gerad Seghers (Amberes, 1591-1651) "The denial of Saint Peter" Oil on canvas. 94 x 130 cm. Following the Caravaggio models of the Utrecht School, the anonymous painter of this scene was inspired by the large painting by Master Seghers which is now to be found at the North Carolina Museum of Art. This painting was engraved by the Dutch artist Schelte Adams Bolswert, an engraving which must has been used as a reference by the art
17th century Flemish School "Portrait of Charles I of England" Oil on canvas. 113 x 92 cm. As Enrique Valdivieso González writes in his report dated on 30th December 2015: "The technical details this painting shows could indicate that it was painted by one of the artists in Van Dyke´s circle, given that the painting has obvious quality, which only the experienced painters that moved in the Master´s circle had.” The painting comes with Enrique Valdivieso González´s report.
First half of the 17th century Italian School. "The Circumcision of the Christ Child" Oil on canvas. 175 x 125 cm. The painting can be pinpointed to the Genovese School, a known exponent of this School was Domenico Piola. The artist was very much influenced by the work of Rubens, after his stay in Genoa. This painting appears to follow the model of the Rubens´ painting on the same theme which he painted for the Church of Jesus, Saint Ambrose and Saint Andrew in Genoa.
17th century Northern Italian School. "Kitchen Scene" Oil on canvas. Circa 1650 - 1660. 120 x 151 cm. With a report by Enrique Valdivieso González written in April 2012. With a report by Enrique Valdivieso González from April 2012, which explains that although this painting is principally derived from the Flemish School, when examined in detail, the still life arrangements on kitchen tables especially situate the painting in the North of Italy.
17th century Madrid School. Juan Bautista de Espinosa´s circle (c. 1585-1641) "Madonna and Child" Oil on canvas. 106 x 83 cm. On the back it presents an anagram with what could be the painter's initials intertwined. The treatment of the clotyhes and the meticulous and precious finishes of this painting recall the style of Juan Bautista de Espinosa. Presented with the original framework of the seventeenth century. 106 x 83 cm.
17th century Italian School. Following models by Andrea del Sarto. "The Madonna, Christ Child and Infant Saint John" Oil on canvas. Lined. 89 x 69 cm. Painting based on the original of the painter Andrea del Sarto, preserved in the Colonna palace in Rome. Provenance: Ducal House of Fernán Núñez, Madrid.
Antique painting, oil on canvas, dating back to the late 16th and early 17th century, depicting an evocative Pentecost.Work of excellent quality, whose pictorial surface is particularly accurate and has mottled shades, with passages of remarkable quality, which evoke a Nordic, Flemish-style process, but also a naturalism of Emilian taste. This aspect, together with the stylistic character and the design and expressive typology of the faces suggest the works of Denijs Calvaert, known as Dionisio
Antique painting, oil on canvas, dating back to the late 16th and early 17th century, depicting an evocative Ascension of Christ.Work of excellent quality, whose pictorial surface is particularly accurate and has mottled shades, with passages of remarkable quality, which evoke a Nordic, Flemish-style process, but also a naturalism of Emilian taste. This aspect, together with the stylistic character and the design and expressive typology of the faces suggest the works of Denijs Calvaert, known as
Beautiful antique painting, oil on wooden panel, from the 17th century, depicting a lovely portrait of a woman.The features of style and manner suggest dating to the seventeenth century and a plausible attribution to a Lombard artist, close in his results to Giuseppe Nuvolone (Milan, 1619 - 1703).The soft draft, played on delicate shades and chromatic tones, is also characterized by an appreciable luministic sweetness, applied here with the inclinations of the Milanese cultural climate around th
A group of four Asian paintings Comprising: JAPANESE SCHOOL, 17th/18th century style, Four Figures Enjoying Music and Poetry (woodblock print, printed in colors and gold); JAPANESE SCHOOL, Ibisu and Fish (ink and color on paper); TIBETAN SCHOOL, two fragments from a black-ground thangka depicting wrathful deities among scrolling clouds. Approx. L of largest: 9 1/4 in., 23.5cm; W: 8 1/4 in., 21cm Estimate $80-120 Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include c
Book with 24 reproductions (facsimile) of paintings from 17th to 19th century - "Nihon meiga shu" 日本名画集, vol. I - Japan - approx. 1920-30These painting reproductions are of excellent quality, they were created around the 1920s/1930s. At the time each print was sold with its description sheet as you can see in the book. Artists featured in this book: Koron, Hokusai, etc....???You can perfectly take off the prints from their paper, they have been glued delicately. This book contains 24 reproducti
Rebirth of Lady Anna Caffarelli by Leon Zernitsky Painting 18.0 x 24.0 :: Inspired by classical baroque portrait of Lady Anna Caffarelli Minuttiba wealthy noblewoman by Jacob Ferdinand Voet (1675) who was one of the most fashionable portrait painters of second half of the 17th century active in both France and Italy. I recreate it in my contemporary interpretation with lots of abstract areas and bright colour. Professional grade acrylics on a stretched wrapped canvas. Staples are on th
Lombard school, 17th centuryPortrait of a girl with dogOil on canvasThe painting presents a traditional attribution to Pier Francesco Cittadini, the setting of the typically Lombard 17th-century portrait, finding examples with Cittadini's works, such asritratto di Fanciulla (Zeri photo archive, No. 55013) and ritratto di Principessa ( useum of Fine Arts of Marseille).Size:98 x 74 cm without frame108 x 84 cm with frame. Classical Art---
Flemish painter, Paul Liégeois worked in Paris in the heart of the 17th century. Many still lifes are known by his hand, mainly on the theme of fruits.We know neither his teachers nor his students and everything surrounding his painting. Only this man's paintings survived. Several works can be found in major French museums, including the Louvre Museum.We find in our canvas all the characteristics of Liégeois. Its light fruits, with dew drops, with slightly blurred contours. Bunches of grapes are
Delicate face of the Virgin Mary from the second half of the 17th century. Pastel colours and delicate features on this Italian school copper painting in a beautiful nineteenth-century gilded frame.In good condition, never restored.Oil on copper 12x15.5 cmWith frame 21x24 cm. Classical Art---
Salvatore Rosa was a visual artist and poet whose works were published posthumously in Rome at the end of the 17th-century. This work, ‘Satire’, is a collection of artistic and philosophical poems on various satires including music, poetry, painting, war, human emotions, and the history of Babylon. Note: The arms are legible and read, “Honi soit qui mal y pense” which is a French maxim used as the motto of the British chilvalric Order of the Garter. Membership in the Order is strictly limited
‘Temple of the Muses’ is a fascinating late 18th-century collection of 58 engravings illustrating various subjects relating to Greek mythology. These engravings, taken from the drawings and paintings of Abraham Diepenbeck, depict Greek gods such as Triton, Atlas, Glaucus, and many more. Diepenbeck was a Dutch painter in the 17th-century who is best remembered for his depictions of Greek mythology. $1,295.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide! Satisfaction Guaranteed, ‘Temple of t
1795 Temple of Muses FAMOUS Mythology Engravings of Abraham Diepenbeck Dutch ART Temple of the Muses is a fascinating late 18th-century collection of 58 engravings illustrating various subjects relating to Greek mythology. These engravings, taken from the drawings and paintings of Abraham Diepenbeck, depict Greek gods such as Triton, Atlas, Glaucus, and many more. Diepenbeck was a Dutch painter in the 17th-century who is best remembered for his depictions of Greek mythology. Item number: #7279 P
Chinese 17th century Wucai jardinière made during the first Qing Emperor’s reign Shunzhi at the kilns at Jingdezhen for the Chinese market excellent enamelling and painting to show a large flowering tree peony with grasses beside a large hollow with bamboo issuing from it and on the far side of the rock work an entwined large prunus tree. between the peony tree and the prunus are two birds flying around and under the rim is a band of scrolling foliage demi flower heads. base is flat and unglazed
Chinese 16th /17th century Ming blue and white bowl made during the reign of the Emperor Wanli at Jingdezhen. The bowl is an excellent with bright blue painting and a 6character chop mark to the base. The outside is painted to show ‘flying horses’ above a turbulent scene around the top. Below the band are sprays of tree peonies. The flying horse motif is often found on later Kraak ware The inside is painted with a continual scene of houses, pagodas and flags in a rocky river landscape with clif
Chinese late 17th century famille verte brush pot / bitong made at Jingdezhen during the reign of the Emperor Kangxi. Brush pots were the items of status for the scholar and occupied a prominent position on his table. Excellent potting of a rare shaped famille verte brush pot which is decorated in overglaze enamels of yellow, aubergine and green with a burnt orange coloured paint The painting is a narrative scene that shows scholars and officials visiting court officials in a terraced garden se
Earthenware lead glazed creamware bodied relief molded teapot in the Pineapple pattern. The pineapple pattern was produced at the Whieldon, Greatbatch and Wedgewood Potteries in the mid 18th century period. NOTE: The fruit first appeared in England in the 17th century and during the 18th century, they became a popular symbol of opulence and luxury. It was fashionable to depict them in paintings, furniture and ceramic to indicate the owners social standing and affluence. Pineapples were so expens
Dutch School, 17th century Resting During the Falcon Hunt Inscribed "...se met Dank en L(...?) van Philip Wouwerman 1656" at the bottom of the painting. Oil on canvas. 45.5 x 61 cm. Restored. Damaged. In a batten frame, damaged.
Dutch School, 17th century A Bearded Man with the Order of the Golden Fleece On the verso, cutting of an article referring to a painting by Rembrandt-influenced artist Salomon Koninck (1609 - Amsterdam- 1656), offered by Hugo Helbig, Munich. Oil on canvas. 26.8 x 22 cm. Relined. Restored. Slightly rubbed to edges. Minor damage to frame.
Dutch School, 1st half of the 17th century A Franciscan saint in worship of the cross Oil on canvas. 66 x 59 cm. Relined. Restored. Minor damage. Framed. On the stretcher, remains of an old label with handwritten inscription and label with attribution of the painting to Francisco de Zurbarán.
José de Arellano (Madrid, 1654 - 1714) "Pair of still life paintings of flowers in glass vases” Oil on canvas. Enrique Valdivieso writes in his study: ".. These paintings are charactaristic of the Madrid School in the second half of the 17th century. Through the composition of the flower arrangement, the details of his drawing and the chromatic contrast, these are paintings which can be considered as belonging to José de Arellano. .." The paintings come with the report by Enrique Valdivieso Gon
Luis Tristán (c. 1585/1590 - 1624) "Immaculate Conception" Oil on canvas. Circa 1615 – 1620. 98 x 74 cm. According to Enrique Valdivieso "this painting belongs to the first quarter of the 17th century Toledo school, within which it can be pinpointed as belonging to Luis Tristán (c. 1585/1590 - 1624). A careful examination of this painting reveals that it is a replica of the original by the same artist, which is kept at the Seville Fine Art Museum..." The painting comes with Enrique Valdivieso G
The Grand Tour was the mid-17th-19th century study abroad program for the English, à la Jane Austen or Henry James. It was designed to give gentlemen an aesthetic education through French and Italian art. Travelers (which eventually included young women) typically came home with crates full of souvenirs that they had collected, such as paintings, sculptures, and fine clothes. Once an exclusive experience, as travel was costly and time-consuming, the Grand Tour was only for the elite. This collec