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Auction Description for Stahl: Jubilee Auction
Viewing Notes:
21st September 10am to 2pm. 23rd, 24th & 25th September 10am to 6pm. 24th September 10am to 3pm.
Sale Notes:
www.auktionshaus-stahl.de

Jubilee Auction

by Stahl


944 lots with images

September 28, 2013

Graumannsweg 54

Hamburg, 22087 Germany

Phone: +49 40/343471

Fax: +49 40/3480432

Email: info@auktionshaus-stahl.de

Coronation of the Virgin

Lot 350: Coronation of the Virgin

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Description: School of Cuzco 18th cent. Coronation of the Virgin Oil/canvas, 132 x 91 cm, some rest., relined.- The Spanish conquerors not only brought the Christian religion to South America but also its pictorial subjects. Taught by European teachers native artists soon created their own style, characterized by a lack of perspective, lavish ornaments - often using gold leaf - and a predominance of red, yellow and blue. Cuzco was the first centre of this style which soon spread to large parts of the Andes region.

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Christ carrying the Cross

Lot 351: Christ carrying the Cross

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Description: School of Cuzco 18th cent. Christ carrying the Cross Oil/canvas, 38,5 x 29,5 cm, rest., relined. - The Spanish conquerors not only brought the Christian religion to South America but also its pictorial subjects. Taught by European teachers native artists soon created their own style, characterized by a lack of perspective, lavish ornaments - often using gold leaf - and a predominance of red, yellow and blue. Cuzco was the first centre of this style which soon spread to large parts of the Andes region.

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Mary and the Child

Lot 352: Mary and the Child

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Description: German Master active about 1700 Mary and the Child Oil/copper, 40 x 29 cm, some rest.

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Southern Landscape with Figures

Lot 353: Southern Landscape with Figures

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Description: Rosa Salvator Neapel 1615 - Rom 1673 attr. Southern Landscape with Figures Oil/canvas, 69,5 x 90,5 cm, lo. le. monogr. SR, rest., relined. - Italian painter, pupil of A. Falcone in Naples since 1631. In 1635 he went to Rome where he also came forth with poems a. satires. He was appointed painter to the court in Florence in 1640, but returned to Rome in 1647. His landscapes with rugged rocks, burst trees, ruins a. brigands were in contrast to the classicist idylls of Claude Lorrain a. established an own tradition of romantic landscape painting. - Mus.: St. Petersburg (Hermitage), Paris (Louvre), London (Nat. Gall.), Vienna (Kunsthist. Mus.), New York (Metr. Mus.) a. others. - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Bénézit a. others.

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The Return of the Prodigal Son

Lot 354: The Return of the Prodigal Son

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Description: Caullery Louis de um 1580 - um 1621 attr. The Return of the Prodigal Son Oil/wood, 51,5 x 125 cm, some rest., cradled. - The painting illustrates the famous parable of the gosple of Luke. The younger of two sons blew his portion of the inheritance but was nonetheless joyfully reaccepted by his father. - French-Flemish painter. - Lit.: Thieme-Becker.

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