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Sculptor, b. 1843 - d. 1922

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        • Large Ferdinando Andreini Marble Sculpture, 47"H
          Feb. 17, 2024

          Large Ferdinando Andreini Marble Sculpture, 47"H

          Est: $20,000 - $40,000

          Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843–1922) Marking(s); notes: signed Materials: marble, stone (base) Dimensions (H, W, D): 47"h, 29"w, 18.5"d sculpture (without base); 20.25"h, 28.5"w, 23.5"d base Additional Information: Work is titled "Three Graces" or alternately, "Three Nymphs." Separate black stone base can be included according to the wishes of the buyer.

          Palm Beach Modern Auctions
        • Flora
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Flora

          Est: £12,000 - £18,000

          Property from an Important North American Private Collection  Ferdinando Andreini Italian 1843 - 1922 Flora signed: F. Andreini / Galleria F. Vichi / Firenze white marble, on a serpentine marble pedestal figure: 100.5cm., 39½in. pedestal: 79cm., 31in.

          Sotheby's
        • An Italian Carved Marble Firenze Urn Attributed to Ferdinando Andreini Height 16 x diameter 12 inches.
          Apr. 11, 2022

          An Italian Carved Marble Firenze Urn Attributed to Ferdinando Andreini Height 16 x diameter 12 inches.

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          An Italian Carved Marble Firenze Urn Attributed to Ferdinando Andreini CIRCA 1900 (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) signed Height 16 x diameter 12 inches.

          Hindman
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843–1922) LA BAGNANTE (THE BATHER) FERDINAND
          Feb. 10, 2022

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843–1922) LA BAGNANTE (THE BATHER) FERDINAND

          Est: £40,000 - £60,000

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843–1922) LA BAGNANTE (THE BATHER) FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843–1922) LA BAGNANTE (THE BATHER) Signed to the base 'F. ANDREINI FIRENZE', on a circular fluted column Marble The figure: 481/2 in. (124 cm.) high; the pedestal 291/2 in.…

          Christie's
        • AN ITALIAN WHITE MARBLE FIGURE OF THE BIRTH OF VENUS ATTRIBUTED TO FERDINANDO ANDREINI (1843-1922)
          Nov. 21, 2021

          AN ITALIAN WHITE MARBLE FIGURE OF THE BIRTH OF VENUS ATTRIBUTED TO FERDINANDO ANDREINI (1843-1922)

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          AN ITALIAN WHITE MARBLE FIGURE OF THE BIRTH OF VENUS ATTRIBUTED TO FERDINANDO ANDREINI (1843-1922) Circa 1900, the naked goddess rising from a scallop shell and stylised waves, together with a carved serpentine plinth entwined by a dolphin. Overall height 224cm PROVENANCE: Sotheby's Billingshurst, Garden Statuary & Architectural Items, 13 October 1997, lot 358 acquired from the above OTHER NOTES: Born of the foam of the sea, the Roman goddess Venus emerges from the waves elegantly poised upon a shell with her hair billowing behind her and a smaller shell nestled on top of her head. Her pure white form is carved from the finest Carrara marble with her undulating curves a prime example of Italian Romantic sculpture. The present lot forms part of a long tradition of representations by artists who have been enamoured by the goddess of love. The renewed interest in classical Roman mythology during the Renaissance saw a great variety of depictions of Venus, perhaps most notably is Sandro Botticelli's 'The Birth of Venus' painted in the late 15th century and housed at the Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Botticelli's depiction, like the current lot, shows Venus after her birth having arose from the sea, blown by the west wind, Zephyr, and standing gracefully on a shell. These Renaissance depictions became popular references for artists in Florence during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ferdinando Andreini was born in Settignano, a few miles north-east of Florence, and studied under the sculptor Ulysse Cambi (1807-1895). Andreini's sculpture has become known for its skilful juxtaposition of matte and polished surfaces, which is particularly prominent in the present lot in the texture of the waves that rise embracing Venus' form. His masterful ability to balance the weight of the marble can be seen in this figure as she stands delicately in contrapposto, seemingly weightless, propelled forward by the power of the sea and the breath of the wind. During the last quarter of the 19th century Andreini executed a series of comparable sculptures of mythological and allegorical subjects romanticising the female figure, another example, his sculpture Diana, is housed in the Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, UK. Madeleine Norton I Decorative Arts & Fine Art Specialist

          Leonard Joel
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) - Nymph
          Oct. 15, 2021

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) - Nymph

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) Nymph marble 33 ½ in. (85.1 cm.) high

          Christie's
        • Ferdinando ANDREINI: Three Cherubs - Sculpture
          Sep. 11, 2021

          Ferdinando ANDREINI: Three Cherubs - Sculpture

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Carved marble sculpture of three cherubs drinking and celebrating, by Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922). [31" H x 9" W x 14" D]. Repairs to base, one hand and two arms; some chips.

          Roland Auctions NY
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) Marguerite marble 51 ¾ in. (131.5
          Apr. 21, 2021

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) Marguerite marble 51 ¾ in. (131.5

          Est: $25,000 - $35,000

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) Marguerite marble 51 ¾ in. (131.5 cm.) high

          Christie's
        • Antique Italian F. Andreini The Bather Marble Sculpture
          Nov. 07, 2020

          Antique Italian F. Andreini The Bather Marble Sculpture

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          An antique Italian Ferdinando Andreini carved marble sculpture LA BAGNANTE (THE BATHER) depicts a crowned partially nude young woman with drape and bathing in countryside setting, signed F. Andreini Firenze and seated on socle, c1910. Measures - 36.5"h x 12"w 10"d overall; 3"h 10"diam socle only. Additional Informaiton: Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922)A. Panzetta, Nuovo Dizionario degli Scultori Italiani dell’ottocento e del primo Novecento, vol. 1., Turin, 2003, fig. 42 Ferdinando Andreini was a student of Ulisse Cambi in Florence, and is well known for a bust of Victor Emmanuel for the Hall of the Grand Council of Florence. He mostly worked in Florence, and exhibited in various salons from 1861, both in Florence and in Turin.The present marble belongs to a series of sculptures by Andreini, executed during the last quarter of the 19th century, focusing on nude or scantily-clad figures. Other examples from this period include a Wood Nymph, sold in these rooms, 20 March, 1992, and a Psyche, also Sotheby's London, 14 May 1999, lot 71. The present marble, with the single drape preserving the Bather's modesty, compares particularly well to an Allegory of Spring (or Primavera), sold at Sotheby's New York, 6 November 2014, lot 29 (sold for $209,000), which also shows a nude, seemingly weightless, balancing on one foot, as in the present marble. With its delicate features, including the finely executed face and the flowing drapery and curls, the present marble is a prime example of Italian Romantic sculpture. The pure white unblemished marble adds to the overall impression of graceful elegance. V. Vicario, Gli Scultori Italiani dal Neoclasscismo al Liberty, vol. 1, Lodi, 1994, p. 28 (Sotheby's) ***IN-HOUSE SHIPPING & DELIVERY QUICK QUOTES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST*** ***DELIVERY NOTICE - Due to COVID-19 we are employing NO-CONTACT PRACTICES in the transfer of purchased items. Additionally, for those who prefer to delay shipping/delivery, we are offering FREE STORAGE of items until this crisis resolves.

          Winfield Auction Gallery
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) - Nereid
          Oct. 16, 2020

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) - Nereid

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) Nereid signed and dated 'Fdo. Andreini / Scolpia Firenze / 1874' (on the reverse) marble 39 5/8 in. (105.5 cm.) high

          Christie's
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922)
          Nov. 14, 2018

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922)

          Est: £15,000 - £20,000

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI (ITALIAN, 1843-1922) Flora marble 39 5/8 in. (105.5 cm.) high, the marble 31 in. (79 cm.) high, the pedestal (2)

          Christie's
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI ITALIAN, 1843-1922 | Venus
          Oct. 19, 2017

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI ITALIAN, 1843-1922 | Venus

          Est: $12,000 - $18,000

          white marble

          Sotheby's
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI | Dawn
          Dec. 14, 2016

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI | Dawn

          Est: £20,000 - £30,000

          white marble

          Sotheby's
        • Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Hebe
          Oct. 26, 2016

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Hebe

          Est: $50,000 - $70,000

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Hebe marble overall height: 82 ¼ in. (209 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922), Margherita, Signed and inscribed "F.O.Andreini Firenze." on the reverse of the base, titled o
          Apr. 08, 2016

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922), Margherita, Signed and inscribed "F.O.Andreini Firenze." on the reverse of the base, titled o

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Margherita Signed and inscribed "F.O.Andreini Firenze." on the reverse of the base, titled on the front of the base. White marble, height 38 1/2 in. (97.7 cm). Condition: Repairs to her right hand and wrist (pinkie detached), small chip to her right sleeve, abrasions to base, surface grime. Provenance: A private Illinois collection. N.B. The subject refers to the heroine Margherita from Goethe's Faust. Here she contemplates a box of jewels, just before her seduction by the title character. Another version of this work by Andreini and dated 1880 is in the collection of the Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia in Spain.

          Skinner
        • Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922), Margherita, Signed and inscribed "F.O.Andreini Firenze." on the reverse of the base, titled o
          Jan. 23, 2015

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922), Margherita, Signed and inscribed "F.O.Andreini Firenze." on the reverse of the base, titled o

          Est: $15,000 - $25,000

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Margherita Signed and inscribed "F.O.Andreini Firenze." on the reverse of the base, titled on the front of the base. White marble, height 38 1/2 in. (97.7 cm). Condition: Repairs to her right hand and wrist (pinkie detached), small chip to her right sleeve, abrasions to base, surface grime. Provenance: A private Illinois collection. N.B. The subject refers to the heroine Margherita from Goethe's Faust. Here she contemplates a box of jewels, just before her seduction by the title character. Another version of this work by Andreini and dated 1880 is in the collection of the Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia in Spain.

          Skinner
        • Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Spring, marble figure of a female nude rising from cluster of lilies, roses, and other flower
          Apr. 05, 2014

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Spring, marble figure of a female nude rising from cluster of lilies, roses, and other flower

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Spring, marble figure of a female nude rising from cluster of lilies, roses, and other flowers, with a floral garland draping across her from her raised hand, signed "F. Andreini/Firenze," ht. 50 1/2, together with an associated fluted, columnar, marble pedestal, approx. ht. 42 in.

          Skinner
        • Ferdinando Andreini, (Italian, 1843-1922), Venus (together with a marble pedestal)
          Jul. 25, 2013

          Ferdinando Andreini, (Italian, 1843-1922), Venus (together with a marble pedestal)

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, 1843-1922) Venus (together with a marble pedestal) marble inscribed F. Andreini (base) Height: 42 3/4 inches.

          Hindman
        • FERDINANDO ANDREINI
          Dec. 06, 2011

          FERDINANDO ANDREINI

          Est: £10,000 - £15,000

          ITALIAN 1843-1922 DAWN signed: F: Andreini / Firenze white marble on a white marble base overall: 102cm., 40 1/8 in.

          Sotheby's
        • - Ferdinando Andreini , Italian 1843-1922 a seated girl white and coloured marble on green veined marble column
          Nov. 11, 2008

          - Ferdinando Andreini , Italian 1843-1922 a seated girl white and coloured marble on green veined marble column

          Est: £7,000 - £10,000

          signed: Fatto Prof. Andreini white and coloured marble on green veined marble column

          Sotheby's
        • Professor Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, b.1843)
          Apr. 22, 2004

          Professor Ferdinando Andreini (Italian, b.1843)

          Est: $35,000 - $45,000

          The Three Graces inscribed 'Prof. O F. Andreini Firenze' (lower right) white marble Height: 47 1/2 in. (120.7 cm.)

          Christie's
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