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Federico Zandomeneghi, 1841 Venedig – 1917 Paris
Detailabbildung: Federico Zandomeneghi, 1841 Venedig – 1917 Paris
Detailabbildung: Federico Zandomeneghi, 1841 Venedig – 1917 Paris

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Federico Zandomeneghi,
1841 Venedig – 1917 Paris

JUNGES MÄDCHEN MIT EINER ROSENBLÜTE Mischtechnik/ Ölkreide auf Karton.
41 x 33 cm.
Links oben signiert.
Verglast und gerahmt.

каталожная стоимость € 30.000 - 40.000 каталожная стоимость€ 30.000 - 40.000  $ 33,300 - 44,400
£ 25,200 - 33,600
元 234,300 - 312,400
₽ 2,120,700 - 2,827,600

 

Im pointillistisch-impressionistischen Stil gehalten. Das Mädchen im Halbbildnis leicht nach rechts, der rechte Arm auf ein rotes Polster gestützt, in der Hand hält sie eine rosafarbene Rosenblüte, das blonde Haar mit Schleife hochgebunden. Intensiv rot leuchtende Schattenpartien, das Bildnis vor grün-blauem Hintergrund.

Provenienz:
Durand-Ruel, Paris.
Angelo Sommaruga, Paris.
G. Gussoni, Mailand.

Ausstellung:
Galleria Pesaro, "Mostra postuma di Federico Zandomeneghi", Mailand, 1922, Kat. Nr. 44.

Literatur:
Enrico Piceni, Zandomeneghi, Mailand, 1991, Nr. 257.
C. Testi, Federico Zandomeneghi. Catalogo Generale, Mailand, 2006. (971435)


Federico Zandomeneghi,
1841 Venice - 1917 Paris

Mixed technique/ Oil crayon on cardboard.
41 x 33 cm.
Signed top left.

Like Degas, Zandomeneghi loved to work in pastel. In Portrait of a girl with a flower we find Zandomeneghi’s elegantly introspective style and his chromatic brightness and inventiveness, strictly close to the poetics and pictorial researches by Degas and Renoir. Like in a snapshot, the girl is captured in an intimate moment and in a spontaneous pose. The Venetian artist has the capacity for returning the fascination of her expression, candid and mysterious at the same time.

Provenance:
Durand-Ruel, Paris.
Angelo Sommaruga, Paris.
G. Gussoni, Milan.

Exhibition:
Galleria Pesaro, “Mostra postuma di Federico Zandomeneghi”, Milan, 1922, cat. n. 44.

Literature:
Enrico Piceni, Zandomeneghi, Milan, 1991, n. 257.
C. Testi, Federico Zandomeneghi. Catalogo Generale, Milan, 2006.

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.