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Ludovico Carracci, 1555 – 1619
Detailabbildung: Ludovico Carracci, 1555 – 1619
Detailabbildung: Ludovico Carracci, 1555 – 1619
Detailabbildung: Ludovico Carracci, 1555 – 1619
Detailabbildung: Ludovico Carracci, 1555 – 1619

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Ludovico Carracci,
1555 – 1619

DIE RÜCKKEHR DES VERLORENEN SOHNES Öl auf Leinwand. Doubliert.
127,5 x 96,5 cm.
Ungerahmt.

Catalogue price € 40.000 - 60.000 Catalogue price€ 40.000 - 60.000  $ 44,800 - 67,200
£ 36,000 - 54,000
元 318,400 - 477,600
₽ 3,184,800 - 4,777,200

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Beigegeben in Kopie ein Gutachten von Andrea Emiliani vom 21. Februar 2006, in welchem er das Gemälde schlüssig Ludovico Carracci zuschreibt und eine Datierung zwischen 1586 und 1588 vorschlägt.

Das uns vorliegende Gemälde steht in engem Zusammenhang mit einer Zeichnung Carraccis (The Drawings of Carracci in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen At Windsor Castle, London 1952, Katalognummer 95, Abbildung 30). Ebenso ist die Verbindung zu einem Gemälde eindeutig zu sehen, welches sich in der Kirche Corpo di Cristo befand, bis es von Giampietro Zanotti für den König von Frankreich erworben werden konnte. Minimal besch. (1171928) (13


Ludovico Carracci,
1555 – 1619
THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL SON
Oil on canvas. Relined.
127.5 x 96.5 cm.
Unframed.

A copy by the expert's report by Andrea Emiliani dated 21th February 2006 is enclosed. The report conclusively attributes the painting to Ludovico Carracci and dates it between 1586 and 1588.

The painting on offer for sale in this lot is closely connected to a drawing by Carracci (The Drawings of Carracci in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen At Windsor Castle, London 1952, cat. no. 95, ill. 30). There is also an obvious visible connection to a painting, which was formerly held at the Corpo di Cristo Church until it was purchased by Giampietro Zanotti for the King of France. With minimal damage.

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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