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    • MATEO CEREZO (Burgos, 1637-Madrid, 1666). "Still life with fish". Oil on canvas. Relined. It has very slight repainting that does not affect the important areas of the painting.
      Dec. 13, 2023

      MATEO CEREZO (Burgos, 1637-Madrid, 1666). "Still life with fish". Oil on canvas. Relined. It has very slight repainting that does not affect the important areas of the painting.

      Est: €10,000 - €12,000

      MATEO CEREZO (Burgos, 1637-Madrid, 1666). "Still life with fish". Oil on canvas. Retouching It has very slight repainting which does not affect the important areas of the painting. Measurements: 84 x 105 cm; 99 x 122 cm (frame). The one we now present is a still life undoubtedly attributed to Mateo Cerezo, a hitherto unpublished canvas which shows the astonishing technique and know-how of this painter. Its reminiscences with other works by Cerezo increase its interest and make it an important contribution to the artist's pictorial output. In this way, our still life can be related to the "Still Life with Fish" in the Granada Museum, in which Cerezo uses an identical arrangement of foodstuffs (although our painting has more elements): on a shelf there are practically the same fish and pots, including the central fish, the lamprey surrounding it, the sea urchin cut in half, the jar with fish on its lid, etc..., These coincidences lead us to believe that both pieces - the one now on auction and the one in the Museum of Granada - were made at the same time. Another of the works that can be related to our canvas is the one presented by the Caylus gallery in its exhibition of still lifes in 2004, in which the design is once again repeated in shelves with almost identical arrangements. It is worth mentioning that, until now, the only still lifes signed by Cerezo are, on the one hand, the one mentioned in Caylus and, on the other hand, the one housed in the Museo de San Carlos in Mexico City. Mateo Cerezo trained in Madrid, where he joined Carreño's workshop. He was in great demand by a varied clientele, particularly for his religious painting, although he also tackled other genres. In this respect, the treatise writer and biographer Palomino stated that he produced "still lifes with such superior excellence that no one else could surpass him", a judgement that is fully corroborated by the works in the Museo Nacional de San Carlos in Mexico, which are signed and dated. On the basis of these, Pérez Sánchez attributed to him the Kitchen Still Life purchased by the Museo del Prado in 1970, a work of evident Flemish influence that has sometimes led him to think of Pereda. The work of this artist from Valladolid has also been identified as ancestral to Cerezo, particularly in his early creations. We know that in 1659 Cerezo was working in Valladolid, where he left somewhat rougher works than those he produced in the following decade. In his works he is a faithful follower of Carreño, with whom he became one of his best collaborators. The master showed him the path he himself later followed, following in the footsteps of Van Dyck and Titian. Thus, Cerezo developed compositions that open out into large, complex scenographies, conceived with a distinguished refinement that is evident both in the work as a whole and in the smallest details. Like the Antwerp master, he endowed his figures with a rich magnificence in their costumes, applying a fluid, light brushstroke, contrasted by a rich play of light. A superb example of all this is the Prado's The Mystical Betrothal of Saint Catherine, signed and dated 1660.

      Setdart Auction House
    • CEREZO, MATEO
      Oct. 03, 2023

      CEREZO, MATEO

      Est: CHF700 - CHF1,000

      (Burgos 1637–1666 Madrid) zugeschrieben Die Bekehrung der Maria Magdalena. Öl auf Leinwand auf Holz. 74x59 cm. Gerahmt. - Retouchen und Krakelüren. Rahmen beschädigt.

      Schuler Auktionen
    • ATTRIBUTED TO MATEO CEREZO - Ecce Homo
      Sep. 19, 2023

      ATTRIBUTED TO MATEO CEREZO - Ecce Homo

      Est: -

      ATTRIBUTED TO MATEO CEREZO Burgos 1637 - Madrid 1666 Ecce Homo Oil on panel Size 29 x 21.5 cm Up to now unpublished work, this moving Ecce Homo compositionally derives from another model by the painter that came onto the market in recent times. There are several versions of the same theme that we know of the painter from Burgos, such as the two copies that appear in the Museum of Burgos (deposits of the Prado Museum) or the one in the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest. This work could be inscribed in the painter's prime years, before his premature death, when he was immersed in numerous commissions, most of them for religious institutions in the Villa and Court. His vibrant and undone brushstrokes with which he recreates the lacerating carnations of Christ, are combined with other denser and darker ones that allow him to express the drama of an image of devotion conceived to move the devoted spectator.

      Subastas Segre
    • CEREZO, MATEO
      Sep. 18, 2023

      CEREZO, MATEO

      Est: CHF700 - CHF1,000

      (Burgos 1637–1666 Madrid) zugeschrieben Die Bekehrung der Maria Magdalena. Öl auf Leinwand auf Holz. 74x59 cm. Gerahmt. - Retouchen und Krakelüren. Rahmen beschädigt.

      Schuler Auktionen
    • MATEO CEREZO (1637 / 1666) Jesus of Nazareth crowned with thorns and wearing a purple robe.
      Nov. 04, 2021

      MATEO CEREZO (1637 / 1666) Jesus of Nazareth crowned with thorns and wearing a purple robe.

      Est: €33,000 - €44,000

      Attached is a report by Professor Ismael Gutiérrez Pastor with nº002-2021 of the year 2021 On the back is a label from the Seizure Board and the Spanish Artistic Heritage Defence Service (SDPAE), which reads: "Inventory No. 13.972 / Provenance C.N.T. / Collection no. 673" Provenance: -Probably José Romaní (Bologna ca. 1616 - Madrid, 1680), due to an old inscription on the back which is no longer known from photos. 673" Provenance: -Probably José Romaní (Bologna ca. 1616 - Madrid, 1680), due to an old inscription on the back which has now disappeared and is known from photographs -Private collection Trained in Carreño's workshop, a follower of his style and close collaborator, he was known for his religious painting and his still lifes, praised for which even Palomino praised him. His full Baroque style was influenced by Titian and Van Dyck. In the case of this "Jesus of Nazareth Crowned with Thorns", according to Professor Gutiérrez Pastor, his technique fits in with certain paintings from the period between 1663 and 1666. During his career Cerezo painted the theme of Jesus Crowned with Thorns on several occasions in a variety of compositions. The work to which he is most closely related is Christ as a Man of Sorrows, which was in the Orriols collection in Barcelona (oil on canvas, 80, 2 x 58.8 cm; sold at Christie's London, 1996, lot 127, now unlocated), both of which are clearly inspired by works by El Greco. It should be noted that this small panel has a stuccoed and gilded reverse and X-ray analysis has revealed that it is made up of thirteen pieces of wood. In addition, two hidden viagras are visible on the right-hand side and there is a hole that is currently covered where a lock would have been located, indicating that this panel may have been used as a door for a tabernacle.. Oil on panel. 28,5 x 21,5 cm

      Ansorena
    • MATEO CEREZO (1637-1666). Immaculate.
      Oct. 09, 2019

      MATEO CEREZO (1637-1666). Immaculate.

      Est: €25,000 - €28,000

      Oil on canvas Signed on the back: "Mº Zº". The Commandadoras de Santiago and the Venerable Tercera Order de Madrid preserve two works of similar composition, but larger dimensions. This could be a model for one of the previous. Reference literature: José R. Buendía and Ismael Gutiérrez Pastor, "Vida y obra del pintor Mateo Cerezo (1637-1666)", Burgos, Diputación Provincial de Burgos, 1986, p. 125-128. 57.2x42.5 cm.

      Balclis
    • CIRCLE OF MATEO CEREZO, María Magdalena en oración. Oil on canvas
      Oct. 25, 2017

      CIRCLE OF MATEO CEREZO, María Magdalena en oración. Oil on canvas

      Est: -

      María Magdalena en oración CÍRCULO DE MATEO CEREZO 1637 Burgos - 1666 MadridMaría Magdalena en oración

      Isbilya Subastas
    • FOLLOWER OF MATEO CEREZO, Maria Magdalena. Oil on canvas
      Oct. 25, 2017

      FOLLOWER OF MATEO CEREZO, Maria Magdalena. Oil on canvas

      Est: -

      Maria Magdalena SEGUIDOR DEL S. XVIII DE MATEO CEREZO 1637 Burgos - 1666 Madrid Maria Magdalena Pintor probablemente madrileño que realiza con gran maestría una versión de la Magdalena Penitente pintada hacia 1665-1666 por el maestro burgalés.

      Isbilya Subastas
    • MATEO CEREZO (ATTR) ITALIAN 1635-1685
      Mar. 11, 2017

      MATEO CEREZO (ATTR) ITALIAN 1635-1685

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      The Holy Family (Old Master, oil on canvas , 32 1/8 x 25 in (81.6 x 63.5 cm), wax seal upper right, label verso

      Trinity International Auctions & Appraisals, LLC
    • Inmaculada
      Apr. 05, 2016

      Inmaculada

      Est: -

      CIRCLE OF DE MATEO CEREZO (Burgos, 1637 - Madrid, 1666), The Immaculate Conception 128 x 91 cm

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Circle of Mateo Cerezo (1637-1666)
      Jul. 01, 2013

      Circle of Mateo Cerezo (1637-1666)

      Est: -

      Circle of Mateo Cerezo (1637-1666) The Penitent Magdalen oil on canvas 34 5/8 x 28 1/8 in. (88 x 71.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Attributed to Mateo Cerezo (Burgos 1635-1685 Madrid) The Penitent Magdalen
      Dec. 07, 2011

      Attributed to Mateo Cerezo (Burgos 1635-1685 Madrid) The Penitent Magdalen

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      The Penitent Magdalen oil on canvas 82.5 x 60cm (32 1/2 x 23 5/8in).

      Bonhams
    • Mateo Cerezo (Burgos 1637-1666 Madrid) circle of
      Apr. 13, 2011

      Mateo Cerezo (Burgos 1637-1666 Madrid) circle of

      Est: €20,000 - €25,000

      Mateo Cerezo (Burgos 1637-1666 Madrid) circle of

      Dorotheum
    • Mateo Cerezo , Burgos bapt 1637 - 1666 Madrid the penitent magdalene oil on canvas
      Dec. 04, 2008

      Mateo Cerezo , Burgos bapt 1637 - 1666 Madrid the penitent magdalene oil on canvas

      Est: £8,000 - £12,000

      signed lower right: Mat eo f. c oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
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