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Sculptor, Painter, b. 1488 - d. 1561

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        • Fregio con putti. Arte spagnola del XVI secolo, ambito di Alonso Berruguete (1490-1561)
          Dec. 21, 2023

          Fregio con putti. Arte spagnola del XVI secolo, ambito di Alonso Berruguete (1490-1561)

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          Rilievo raffigurante due putti alati che sorreggono un elmo su fondo dipinto con motivi a racemi. Cornice intagliata e dorata non coeva.

          Cambi Casa d'Aste
        • Alonso Berruguete (ambito di) (Paredes de Nava, 1490 - Toledo, 1561) Madonna con Bambino olio su tavola cm 73x55; con cornice cm 91,2x73
          Jul. 07, 2023

          Alonso Berruguete (ambito di) (Paredes de Nava, 1490 - Toledo, 1561) Madonna con Bambino olio su tavola cm 73x55; con cornice cm 91,2x73

          Est: €12,000 - €15,000

          Alonso Berruguete (ambito di) (Paredes de Nava, 1490 - Toledo, 1561) Madonna con Bambino olio su tavola cm 73x55; con cornice cm 91,2x73Immagini ad alta risoluzione disponibili su richiesta.

          Gliubich Casa d'Aste
        • Castilian school Following the models of ALONSO BERRUGUETE (Padredes de Nava, Palencia, c. 1490 – Toledo, 1561). "Virgin of Calvary". Carved, polychrome and gilded wood. It presents jumps in the polychromy and faults in the size.
          May. 22, 2023

          Castilian school Following the models of ALONSO BERRUGUETE (Padredes de Nava, Palencia, c. 1490 – Toledo, 1561). "Virgin of Calvary". Carved, polychrome and gilded wood. It presents jumps in the polychromy and faults in the size.

          Est: €2,500 - €3,000

          Castilian School Following models by ALONSO BERRUGUETE (Padredes de Nava, Palencia, c. 1490 - Toledo, 1561). "Virgin of Calvary". Carved, polychromed and gilded wood. The polychromy is broken and there are flaws in the carving. Measurements: 76 x 30 x 17 cm. With her hands joined in front of her waist and an expression of pain on her face, the author recreates the figure of the Virgin. Its slightly curved posture indicates that it probably formed part of a larger sculptural group, specifically a Calvary, as the corporal expression that the carving gives off invites us to think of this iconography where the Virgin, at the foot of the Cross, contemplates her dead son. It is also evident that the work was intended to be viewed from the front, as the back of the sculpture is not worked, so it is likely that the work was originally located on an altar. On the basis of its formal and technical characteristics, the Castilian sculptor Alonso de Berruguete, or his workshop. One of the key figures in Spanish Renaissance imagery, Berruguete was the son of a famous painter, and learned painting and sculpture in the family workshop. From 1507 he remained in Italy to broaden his knowledge of painting, principally in Florence, where he must have arrived around 1512. There he is mentioned several times by Vasari, who notes his contacts with Bramante, Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. He was among the Tuscan Mannerists who were disciples of Andrea del Sarto. His long years in Italy allowed him to become deeply acquainted with the masters of the Quattrocento and the models of classical Greco-Latin sculpture; in his work there is a deep admiration for the work of Donatello, who inspired him with certain types, and, of course, Michelangelo, with his emphatic volumes and the tormented "terribilitá" of his final work, the same as we find in this Saint Jerome. From Leonardo da Vinci he learned to individualise the faces, although all the influences converged in a highly personal style and a strongly expressive temperament, which is reflected in his figures with a flaming, angular outline that revives the aesthetic of the Gothic period. In 1523 he took up residence in Valladolid, where he opened his workshop and devoted himself to carving altarpieces and images. One of his first important works in Valladolid was the altarpiece of San Benito, in which his vigorous realism is evident in all its grandeur. In 1539 he began to carve the choir stalls of Toledo Cathedral, another of his masterpieces. His last work was the tomb of Cardinal Tavera in Toledo, which remained unfinished at his death. Berruguete showed signs of formal concerns which, linked to the expressive aesthetics of late Gothic, as we see here, and in continuity with the emotional approaches of Juan de Valmaseda, directed his production towards licentious, radically Mannerist formulas. From a classicist point of view, his sculptures adopt very particular proportions, in some cases misaligned, in favour of dramatic effects, aimed at moving the viewer in a clearly mannerist option, as we can see in this Saint Jerome, twisting the figures to give the impression of being subjected to terrible internal anguish.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene
          Jan. 26, 2023

          Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene

          Est: -

          Scene in carved, polychrome and gilt wood. It shows a highly detailed biblical scene made in high and medium relief. Possibly belonging to an altarpiece. Great quality piece. Remains of inactive xylophages.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene
          Jan. 26, 2023

          Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene

          Est: -

          Scene in carved, polychrome and gilt wood. It shows a highly detailed biblical scene made in high and medium relief. Possibly belonging to an altarpiece. Great quality piece. Remains of inactive xylophages.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene
          Oct. 26, 2022

          Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene

          Est: -

          Scene in carved, polychrome and gilt wood. It shows a biblical scene of great detail made in high and medium relief. Possibly belonging to an altarpiece. Great quality piece. Remains of inactive xylophagous.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene
          Oct. 26, 2022

          Alonso de Berruguete. Biblical scene

          Est: -

          Scene in carved, polychrome and gilt wood. It shows a biblical scene of great detail made in high and medium relief. Possibly belonging to an altarpiece. Great quality piece. Remains of inactive xylophagous.

          Duran Arte y Subastas
        • Spanish school of the second third of the 16th century. ALONSO BERRUGUETE Circle (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561). "Saint Paul". Sculpture in carved and polychrome wood. The right hand is not original.
          Jun. 22, 2022

          Spanish school of the second third of the 16th century. ALONSO BERRUGUETE Circle (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561). "Saint Paul". Sculpture in carved and polychrome wood. The right hand is not original.

          Est: €10,000 - €12,000

          Spanish school of the second third of the 16th century. ALONSO BERRUGUETE Circle (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561). "Saint Paul". Sculpture in carved and polychrome wood. The right hand is not original. Measurements: 145 x 70 x 55 cm. This sculpture shows the technical quality of Alonso Berruguete, and it could be a work of his circle. It is a high quality carving, monumental and majestic, which represents Saint Paul holding a book in his left hand, while in his right hand he would carry the sword that identifies him, which has not been preserved today. We can appreciate in this sculpture the strong personality of Alonso Berruguete, an artist who arrived in Italy as a painter and who returned to Spain as a magnificent sculptor. In Italy he was strongly influenced by classical statuary (with works such as Laooconte) and by the sculptures of Michelangelo, a morphological aspect that can be seen in the powerful anatomy and serenity that emanates from the saint's face. In the early years of the century, Italian works arrived in our lands and some of our sculptors went to Italy, where they learned the new standards at first hand in the most progressive centres of Italian art, whether in Florence or Rome, or even in Naples. On their return, the best of them (Pedro Berruguete, father of Alonso Berruguete, Diego de Siloé y Ordóñez) revolutionised Spanish sculpture through Castilian sculpture, even advancing the new mannerist, intellectualised and abstract derivation of the Italian Cinquecento, almost at the same time as it was produced in Italy. Alonso González Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561) was a Spanish sculptor and painter, son of the painter Pedro Berruguete and one of the key figures in Spanish Renaissance sculpture. From 1507 he spent time in Italy to broaden his knowledge of painting, principally in Florence, where he must have arrived around 1512. His long years in Italy allowed him to become deeply acquainted with the masters of the Quattrocento and the models of classical Greco-Latin sculpture. He settled in Valladolid in 1523, where he founded his workshop and devoted himself to carving altarpieces and images.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Circle of ALONSO BERRUGUETE (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561). "Couple of Saints". Carved and polychrome wood relief.
          Mar. 30, 2022

          Circle of ALONSO BERRUGUETE (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561). "Couple of Saints". Carved and polychrome wood relief.

          Est: €12,000 - €14,000

          Circle of ALONSO BERRUGUETE (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561). "Couple of Saints". Relief in carved and polychrome wood. Measurements: 29 x 60 x 19 cm; 27 x 52 x 15 cm. Pair of polychrome carvings in which the author has represented two male busts. The two are very similar, although they differ slightly in gesture and expression in each case. As mentioned above, only the bust and shoulders are visible, with a tunic tied over one of the shoulders. The figures have a rough, bearded face, with a set of trepano in the hair that emphasises the volumetry of each of the figures. In this particular case, only two of the apostles are present, standing in prayer before the devotional image of Jesus, who stretches out his arms towards the sky. All the figures that make up this work have exposed, unworked wood on the back, which indicates that they were conceived to form part of the ornamentation of an altarpiece, or of an architectural element that would house them. In fact, this very feature indicates that the original sculptural ensemble was probably larger, perhaps including all of the apostles. In the early years of the century, Italian works arrived in our lands and some of our sculptors went to Italy, where they learnt first-hand the new standards in the most progressive centres of Italian art, whether in Florence or Rome, or even in Naples. On their return, the best of them, such as Berruguete, Diego de Siloé and Ordóñez, revolutionised Spanish sculpture through Castilian sculpture, even advancing the new mannerist, intellectualised and abstract derivation of the Italian Cinquecento, almost at the same time as it was being produced in Italy. Alonso González Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561) was a Spanish sculptor and painter, son of the painter Pedro Berruguete and one of the key figures in Spanish Renaissance sculpture. From 1507 he spent time in Italy to broaden his knowledge of painting, principally in Florence, where he must have arrived around 1512. His long years in Italy allowed him to become deeply acquainted with the masters of the Quattrocento and the models of classical Greco-Latin sculpture. He settled in Valladolid in 1523, where he founded his workshop and devoted himself to carving altarpieces and images.

          Setdart Auction House
        • IMPORTANT SCULPTURE OF SAINTE ANNE, SCHOOL OF ALONSO DE BERRUGUETE (PAREDES DE NAVA, C.1490-TOLEDO, 1561)
          Feb. 24, 2022

          IMPORTANT SCULPTURE OF SAINTE ANNE, SCHOOL OF ALONSO DE BERRUGUETE (PAREDES DE NAVA, C.1490-TOLEDO, 1561)

          Est: €9,000 - €12,000

          Carving in gilt and polychrome wood, with some loss of polychromy in the lower half, measurements: 101 x 50 x 33

          Templum Fine Art Auctions
        • ATTRIBUTED TO ALONSO DE BERRUGUETE (1490 / 1561) "The Martyrdom of St. Lawrence."
          Jul. 20, 2021

          ATTRIBUTED TO ALONSO DE BERRUGUETE (1490 / 1561) "The Martyrdom of St. Lawrence."

          Est: €15,000 - €30,000

          . Oil on board

          Ansorena
        • School of ALONSO GONZÁLEZ BERRUGUETE (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561) "Saint John the Evangelist".
          Jul. 13, 2021

          School of ALONSO GONZÁLEZ BERRUGUETE (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561) "Saint John the Evangelist".

          Est: €9,000 - €10,000

          School of ALONSO GONZÁLEZ BERRUGUETE (Paredes de Nava, c.1490-Toledo, 1561) "Saint John the Evangelist". Carved and gilded wood. Precise cleaning. Measures: 76,5 x 24 x 16 cm. John the Evangelist is usually assimilated to the figure of the "beloved disciple", and the writings say that after the martyrdom of Peter and Paul he settled in Ephesus. Tradition has it that he was taken to Rome, where the emperor Domitian ordered him to be burned with boiling oil. He is not considered a martyred apostle according to tradition, since he was saved from martyrdom and was exiled to the island of Patmos, where he wrote the Apocalypse. St. John the Evangelist is one of the figures who appears most often in the narratives and plastic representations of the Passion of Christ. He is usually represented at the foot of the cross next to the Virgin, and it was he who leaned his head on the chest of Jesus at the Last Supper, being revealed to him the name of the disciple who would betray his master. Spain is, at the beginning of the 16th century, the European nation best prepared to receive the new humanist concepts of life and art because of its spiritual, political and economic conditions, although from the point of view of the plastic forms, its adaptation of those implanted by Italy was slower due to the need to learn the new techniques and to change the taste of the clientele. Sculpture reflects perhaps better than other artistic fields this eagerness to return to the classical Greco-Roman world that exalts in its nudes the individuality of man, creating a new style whose vitality surpasses the mere copy. Soon the anatomy, the movement of the figures, the compositions with a sense of perspective and balance, the naturalistic play of the folds, the classical attitudes of the figures began to be valued; but the strong Gothic tradition maintains the expressiveness as a vehicle of the deep spiritualistic sense that informs our best Renaissance sculptures. This strong and healthy tradition favors the continuity of religious sculpture in polychrome wood that accepts the formal beauty offered by Italian Renaissance art with a sense of balance that avoids its predominance over the immaterial content that animates the forms. In the first years of the century, Italian works arrived in our lands and some of our sculptors went to Italy, where they learned first hand the new norms in the most progressive centers of Italian art, whether in Florence or Rome, and even in Naples. Upon their return, the best of them, such as Berruguete, Diego de Siloe and Ordóñez, would revolutionize Spanish sculpture through Castilian sculpture, even advancing the new mannerist, intellectualized and abstract derivation of the Italian Cinquecento, almost at the same time as it was produced in Italy. Berruguete was a painter, sculptor and architect. Berruguete achieved great recognition as a sculptor and is considered one of the references of the sculptural art of the Spanish Renaissance. Berruguete began his artistic training under the tutelage of his father who was a painter, although after his death, he moved to Italy to continue his training. Thanks to his stays in Florence and Rome, he was trained as a sculptor, being part of Michelangelo's studio as an apprentice. In the year 1517-1518 he returned to Spain where he was appointed painter and sculptor of the court of Charles V.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Alonso Berruguete, 1480 Parades de Nava – 1561 Toledo, zug.
          Jun. 24, 2021

          Alonso Berruguete, 1480 Parades de Nava – 1561 Toledo, zug.

          Est: €24,000 - €28,000

          ALTARAUFSATZ MIT FIGURENPROGRAMM Höhe: 76 cm. Breite: 150 cm. Querziehender, fünffach gegliederter Aufsatz eines größeren Figurenaltar-Ensembles. Im Zentrum Darstellung der Auferstehung Jesu, seitlich je zwei Apostelfiguren. Gliederung durch profilierte Flachpilaster mit floralem Dekor und Kapitellen. Die Figuren vollplastisch, die Mittelszene zeigt Jesus über dem Katafalk mit erhobener Segenshand und Fahne, umgeben von den schlafenden Wächtern, ein Hochrelief, das in Vollplastik übergeht. Die Apostelfiguren Markus, Johannes, Matthäus und Lukas, jeweils mit den entsprechenden Attributen Löwe, Adler, Engel und Stier. Die Beschriftungen in der Sockelzone darunter. Als Bekrönung ein Dreiecksgiebel über dem Mittelfeld, mit plastischer Darstellung Gottvaters mit Globus. Das Werk ist ganzheitlich überwiegend vergoldet und in den Einzelheiten farbig gefasst, ganz entsprechend dem spanischen Zeitstil und den Werken des genannten Bildschnitzers, der in Rom und Florenz unter dem Einfluss von Michelangelo und der Antike seine Ausbildung erhielt. Vom Erzbischof von Toledo, Alonso de Fonseca, wurden ihm Arbeiten in Salamanca übertragen, in der Folge entstanden seine bildhauerischen wie malerischen Werke in Valladolid. Berruguete hatte sich auch als Baumeister verdient gemacht, so etwa mit dem Rathaus in Sevilla. In sehr gutem Zustand. A.R. Anmerkung: Ein Altar mit vergleichbarem Aufbau der Sockelzone findet sich in der Capilla de Nicolás de Tolentino, Convento de Santa Ùrsula, Toledo. Literatur: Ricardo de Orueta, Berruguete y su obra, Madrid 1917 (überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage, Ministerio de Cultura-Museo Nacional Colegio de San Gregorio, Madrid 2011). (1261921) (3) (11) Alonso Berruguete, 1480 Parades de Nava – 1561 Toledo, attributed A FIGURAL RETABLE Height: 76 cm. Width: 150 cm. Notes: An altar with similar pedestal design is held at Capilla de Nicolás de Tolentino, Convento de Santa Ùrsula, Toledo. Literature: Ricardo de Orueta: Berruguete y su obra, Madrid, 1917 (Revised and extended edition. Ministerio de Cultura-Museo Nacional Colegio de San Gregorio, Madrid 2011).

          Hampel Fine Art Auctions
        • Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, 1490 - Valladolid, 1561)
          Jun. 08, 2021

          Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, 1490 - Valladolid, 1561)

          Est: €11,000 - €12,000

          Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, 1490 - Valladolid, 1561) "Saint Sebastian". Carved, gilded and polychromed wooden sculpture. Height: 86 cm.

          La Suite Subastas
        • Berruguete, Alonso (1486-1561) "Three angel heads on round arch", wood carved, colored and gilded, 26x94x10cm, defects
          Nov. 23, 2019

          Berruguete, Alonso (1486-1561) "Three angel heads on round arch", wood carved, colored and gilded, 26x94x10cm, defects

          Est: -

          Berruguete, Alonso (1486-1561) "Three angel heads on round arch", wood carved, colored and gilded, 26x94x10cm, defects

          Kendzia
        • Berruguete, Alonso (1486-1561) "Two angel heads and two mythical creatures", wood carved, coloured and gilded, Spain, 20x62x10cm, defects
          Nov. 23, 2019

          Berruguete, Alonso (1486-1561) "Two angel heads and two mythical creatures", wood carved, coloured and gilded, Spain, 20x62x10cm, defects

          Est: -

          Berruguete, Alonso (1486-1561) "Two angel heads and two mythical creatures", wood carved, coloured and gilded, Spain, 20x62x10cm, defects

          Kendzia
        • Alonso Berruguete(1480-1561)-attributed)
          Oct. 01, 2019

          Alonso Berruguete(1480-1561)-attributed)

          Est: €280 - €650

          Alonso Berruguete(1480-1561)-attributed),Maria with Anna and Jesus. Oil on wooden panel, framed.

          Deutsch Auktionen
        • Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, Palencia, c.1490 - Toledo, 1561) "Saint James the Apostle"
          Jul. 05, 2018

          Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, Palencia, c.1490 - Toledo, 1561) "Saint James the Apostle"

          Est: €40,000 - €60,000

          Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, Palencia, c.1490 - Toledo, 1561) "Saint James the Apostle" Magnificent carved, gilded and polychromed wooden sculpture. Undoubtedly carved by a master, as attested by the brilliant modelling of the figure, whose clothing wraps around the body in a very natural looking way, giving the appearance of movement. The unusual position of the right leg, stepping forward, and the expressivity of the face which transmits the Apostle´s reverie are some of the details which make this Renaissance Hispanic Flemish sculpture exceptional. Only the hand of a Master can transmit the great spirituality which emanates from the figure, through the self-absorbed expression on the face, and the languidness, weight or dejection which the body reflects. As D. J. Mª Azcárate writes in the chapter dedicated to the sculpture in "Ars Hispaniae", vol. XIII, page 144: "In his work, the spirit is prime. The external form gives way before the content which shapes the image.. Berruguete works fast.. At times it seems that for him, the material execution of the idea is something entirely secondary. In his desire to give the forms spirituality, he extends the normal standards for these figures…” Provenance: - Anticuario Lorenzo Martínez antique shop, Madrid. - Private collection, Barcelona. Height: 128 cm Estimate: Please, contact the auction house.

          La Suite Subastas
        • An Evangelist Saint in polychrome and gilded wood. Sculptor close to Alonso Berruguete, Spain, 16th century
          May. 29, 2018

          An Evangelist Saint in polychrome and gilded wood. Sculptor close to Alonso Berruguete, Spain, 16th century

          Est: €3,500 - €4,000

          Altezza cm 28. L’opera, eseguita nei modi della scultura spagnola di primo cinquecento ispirata dal manierismo italiano, riconduce all’opera dello scultore Alonso Berruguete (1488 - 1561) che portò in Spagna le forme stilistiche dell’arte rinascimentale dopo i suoi soggiorni nei primi anni del XVI secolo a Firenze e Roma.

          Cambi Casa d'Aste
        • FIRST THIRD OF 16th CENTURY SCHOOL OF VALLADOLID. WORKSHOP OF ALONSO BERRUGUETE
          Feb. 21, 2018

          FIRST THIRD OF 16th CENTURY SCHOOL OF VALLADOLID. WORKSHOP OF ALONSO BERRUGUETE

          Est: -

          ESCUELA VALLISOLETANA 1ER. TERCIO S. XVI, Taller de Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, c. 1490-Toledo, 1561). "Martirio de San Sebastián", escultura en madera tallada, dorada y policromada. Paño estucado y entelado con resto de esgrafiados, 105 cm. alt. Con número de la Junta de Incautación y Protección del Patrimonio Artístico​. La pieza es de proporciones armónicas y equilibrado "contrapposto" de raigambre clásico. Estudio anatómico de influencia italiana y renacentista, cercano al canon clasicista de Bigarny. Precisa restauración.

          Sala de Ventas
        • A wooden polychrome sculpture with a Saint (Saint Paul?) crushing a demon. 16th century Spanish sculptor close to Alonso Berruguete.
          Dec. 19, 2017

          A wooden polychrome sculpture with a Saint (Saint Paul?) crushing a demon. 16th century Spanish sculptor close to Alonso Berruguete.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          L'opera, eseguita nei modelli della scultura Spagnola del pieno cinquecento ispirata ai principi del manierismo rinascimentale, riconduce ai modi stilistici dell'importante artista Spagnolo Alonso Berruguete (1488-1561) che importò in Spagna, rivisitandole, le forme dell'arte rinascimentale Italiana dopo i suoi soggiorni giovanili a Firenze e Roma nei primi anni del 1500, dove venne in contatto con l'opera di artisti come Michelangelo, Pontormo e Rosso Fiorentino. Altezza cm 90

          Cambi Casa d'Aste
        • Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, Palencia, c.1490 - Toledo, 1561)
          Oct. 26, 2017

          Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, Palencia, c.1490 - Toledo, 1561)

          Est: €15,000 - €20,000

          Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (Paredes de Nava, Palencia, c.1490 - Toledo, 1561) "Saint Peter and Saint Paul" These sculptures can be related to the “Patriarch” which comes from Monastery of San Benito el Real in Valladolid, and is part of the collection of the National Sculpture Museum in Valladolid. A marvellous pair of sculptures made of carved, gilded and polychromed wood. The modelling of the figures is really skillful, with sculpted clothing that fits around their bodies achieving the effect of great naturalness and movement. Only the hand of a Master can transmit the great spirituality which emanates from these figures through the expression of abandon on their faces and the weight, languidness and dejection that is shown in their bodies. On the back is a label from the "Casa del Rey" collection. Height: 54,5 cm. y 55 cm.

          La Suite Subastas
        • Relief Frieze with a Putti-Journey, Spain, 1. H. 16th C.
          Mar. 18, 2016

          Relief Frieze with a Putti-Journey, Spain, 1. H. 16th C.

          Est: €1,800 - €2,340

          Wood, polychrome painting, gold highlights Attributed to Alonso Berruguete (1480-1561) Landscape format relief with an antique-like putti-journey Dimensions Cirka Height: 20 cm; width: 70 cm Good condition The small high quality frieze is closed to the style of the works of Alonso Berruguete Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 3,600 Euro In front of a golden background, which structure locks like hammer finished, a low relief with the putti journey in the kind of Bacchanalia rises. Ancient depiction of imitating a putto on a wagon, who is drawn by the others on a band. The bare robust figures are represented in different postures and interact with each other. Condition: The relief shows a good state of preservation. The painting and the gold decoration is partly rubbed. The edges with smaller flaws. The dimensions are 20 x 70 cm. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

          Auctionata Paddle8 AG
        • ESPAGNE, XVIE SIÈCLE, ENTOURAGE D'ALONSO BERRUGUETE (1490-1561) SAINT MARC ET SAINT LUC | Saint Marc et Saint Luc
          Nov. 05, 2015

          ESPAGNE, XVIE SIÈCLE, ENTOURAGE D'ALONSO BERRUGUETE (1490-1561) SAINT MARC ET SAINT LUC | Saint Marc et Saint Luc

          Est: €20,000 - €30,000

          paire de médaillons en bois sculpté peint à rehauts d'or, dans un encadrement en bois peint à rehauts d'or et un cadre en bois teinté

          Sotheby's
        • JAMES THE APOSTLE
          Oct. 22, 2015

          JAMES THE APOSTLE

          Est: -

          ATRIBUIDO A ALONSO BERRUGUETE (1490 - 1561) Apóstol Santiago Madera tallada Restos de policromía. 41 cm

          Isbilya Subastas
        • Alonso BERRUGUETE (1486-1561), école de Valladolid, entourage de Exceptionnel et grand panneau en bois de résineux sculpté en fort relief et polychromé représentant la Circoncision. Milieu du XVIe siècle Panneau composé de neuf planches assemblées
          May. 13, 2014

          Alonso BERRUGUETE (1486-1561), école de Valladolid, entourage de Exceptionnel et grand panneau en bois de résineux sculpté en fort relief et polychromé représentant la Circoncision. Milieu du XVIe siècle Panneau composé de neuf planches assemblées

          Est: €80,000 - €100,000

          Alonso BERRUGUETE (1486-1561), école de Valladolid, entourage de Exceptionnel et grand panneau en bois de résineux sculpté en fort relief et polychromé représentant la Circoncision., Milieu du XVIe siècle Panneau composé de neuf planches assemblées par des queues d'aronde et consolidées par trois traverses posées à une époque postérieure.Composition dense à huit personnages sur deux registres : au premier plan et au centre, le vieux Mohel assis tient de ses deux mains l'Enfant Jésus nu qui semble se débattre au-dessus d'un plat posé sur sa jambe gauche servant à recueillir le sang ; assis à ses côtés, un autre prêtre saisit d'une main une jambe de l'Enfantet approche de l'autre un couteau ; à gauche, un jeune homme debout, la jambe droite avancée, devait porter un cierge pour éclairer la scène ; au second plan, de gauche à droite, Joseph et Marie et un couple de spectateurs dont un homme qui devait également tenirun cierge. H.179 L.131 P.18 Provenance : Collection privée, PortugalBibliographie : Pour plus d'informations, voir Museo colegio de San Gregorio - Coleccion, Ed. Ministère de la Culture, Paris, 2009

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        • Alonso BERRUGUETE (1486-1561), école de Valladolid, atelier de Beau saint Sébastien en bois de résineux sculpté avec restes de polychromie Deuxième quart du XVIe siècle Le jeune saint présente un fort déhanchement, prenant appui sur la jambe droite
          May. 13, 2014

          Alonso BERRUGUETE (1486-1561), école de Valladolid, atelier de Beau saint Sébastien en bois de résineux sculpté avec restes de polychromie Deuxième quart du XVIe siècle Le jeune saint présente un fort déhanchement, prenant appui sur la jambe droite

          Est: €8,000 - €12,000

          Alonso BERRUGUETE (1486-1561), école de Valladolid, atelier de Beau saint Sébastien en bois de résineux sculpté avec restes de polychromie, Deuxième quart du XVIe siècle Le jeune saint présente un fort déhanchement, prenant appui sur la jambe droite et tenant l'autre fléchie ; il est adossé à un tronc d'arbre, les bras rejetés en arrière s'appuyant aux branches écotées ; belle tête au visage triangulaire avec yeux enfoncés, nez droit et bouche entrouverte ; chevelure ondulée tombant à l'arrière de la tête en formant une touffe au-dessus du crâne ; corps à la musculature réaliste ; linge entourant les hanches près du corps au plissé serré. H.95 Provenance : Collection privée, Espagne

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        • Alonso BERRUGUETE
          Mar. 27, 2013

          Alonso BERRUGUETE

          Est: €22,000 - €28,000

          Alonso BERRUGUETE

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        • Circle of Alonso Berruguete (c.1489-1561)
          Jan. 24, 2001

          Circle of Alonso Berruguete (c.1489-1561)

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          Piet… with inscription 'Buonarroti' on the mount pen and brown ink (minor ink gall damages), right and lower corners cut 8 x 75/8 in. (203 x 193 mm.) PROVENANCE L.D. Lempereur (L. 1740), his mount; Paris, 24 May 1773, lot 125 (as Michelangelo for 6.16 livres). NOTES Comparable to a drawing in the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris (L. Boubli, Dessins espagnols, exhib. cat., Paris, Mus‚e du Louvre, 1991, no. 4) and to another sold at Christie's Monaco, 30 June 1995, lot 3 (also illustrated in L. Boubli, 'The State of Scholarship of Sixteenth-and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drawings', Master Drawings, 1999, 4, p. 535, fig. 3). Further drawings by the Spanish sculptor are discussed in L. Boulbi, 'Magnifica master Alonso Berruguete: introduction … l'‚tude de son oeuvre graphique', Revue de l'art, 103, 1994. Berruguete was a pupil of his father Pedro, and went to Italy as early as 1505-6 to study with Michelangelo in Rome. There he worked both as a sculptor and a painter. In 1518 Berruguete was back in Saragossa and settled in 1526 in Valladolid. He executed a great number of sculptures for the Church of San Benito, for the Cathedral and the Hospital of San Juan Bautista.

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