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Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741
Detailabbildung: Andrea Locatelli, 1695 Rom – 1741

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Andrea Locatelli,
1695 Rom – 1741

PAAR ARCHITEKTUR-CAPRICCI Öl auf Leinwand. Doubliert. 
136 x 97,5 bzw. 135,5 x 98 cm.
In gekehltem bronzierten Rahmen mit Akanthusblattdekor.

Catalogue price € 60.000 - 80.000 Catalogue price€ 60.000 - 80.000  $ 65,400 - 87,200
£ 52,800 - 70,400
元 466,200 - 621,600
₽ 5,086,800 - 6,782,400

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Further information on this artwork

Für den genannten Maler typische Ruinencapricci, welche großformatig den gesamten Bildraum bespielen und durch deren Zwischenräume nur sekundär Landschaften und Ruinenversatzstücke erkennbar sind, wie hier die Pyramide des Caius Cestius. Rest.

Provenienz:
In den 1990er-Jahren im Mailänder Kunsthandel erworben. Giancarlo Sestieri bestätigte die Zuschreibung in einem Schreiben vom 17.01.1997, und Ferdinando Arisi, welcher der Zuschreibung ebenfalls zustimmt, schlägt eine Datierung um 1725 vor.  (1201426)  (13)


Andrea Locatelli,
1695 Rome - 1741A PAIR OF ARCHITECTURE CAPRICCIOS Oil on canvas. Relined.
136 x 97.5 and 135.5 x 98 cm.

In profiled bronzed frame with acanthus leaf décor.  

Restored.

Provenance:
Purchased in the 1990s on at an art dealer in Milan. Giancarlo Sestieri confirms the attribution to the artist in a letter dated 17 January 1997 and Ferdinando Arisi, who agrees with this attribution, suggests the date for its creation around 1725. 

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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