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Painter, b. 1599 - d. 1656

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    • MADRID SCHOOL (17th century) "Meeting of David and Abigail"
      Dec. 18, 2023

      MADRID SCHOOL (17th century) "Meeting of David and Abigail"

      Est: €2,400 - €3,200

      Oil on canvas. Origin: - Zaragoza, former collection of Joaquin Ximenez de Zenarbe. Work stylistically close to the production of the painter Francisco Collantes (Madrid?, c. 1599 -?, 1656). Measurements: 154 x 189 cm.

      Ansorena
    • FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Saint Mary Egyptian" Oil on canvas. Relined. It has an old label on the back.
      Oct. 17, 2023

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Saint Mary Egyptian" Oil on canvas. Relined. It has an old label on the back.

      Est: €30,000 - €35,000

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Saint Mary of Egypt". Oil on canvas. Re-coloured. It has an old label on the back. Measurements: 121,5 x 79 cm; 143 x 101 cm (frame). Bibliography: Artur Ramón Art, Barcelona. "Analogies", autumn 2013. Illustrated on pages 13 and 33 of the catalogue. In this oil painting by the Madrid-born Francisco Collantes, the hermit saintly Maria Egipcíaca retires to pray in the middle of nature. She occupies the right-hand corner of the composition, and the rest is a display of lush vegetation. Saint Mary Egyptian is purging her sins as a former prostitute and is presented to us from the front, very mystical, dressed in a coat of her own hair made of ashes. Before her we see the three loaves of bread on which she was to be fed frugally for sixty years. In the distance, in the background, Zosimo appears to give her communion. By the time he arrives, she is already dead. This is a painting with a high quality of drawing, firm and delicate, with elegant forms softened by a very nuanced colour, rich in glazes and soft gradations. Saint Mary Egyptian (ca. 344 - ca. 421) is venerated as the patron saint of penitent women, especially in the Coptic Church, but also in the Catholic, Orthodox and Anglican Churches. The main source of information about her is the "Vita" written by Sophronius, Patriarch of Jerusalem, in the 6th century. She was born in Egypt, and at the age of twelve she went to Alexandria, where she led a dissolute life, according to some authors, devoting herself to prostitution. However, Sophronius claims that she often refused to accept the money offered for her sexual favours, driven only by "insatiable desire and irrepressible passion". After seventeen years, Mary travelled to Jerusalem for the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, driven by the desire to meet lustful pilgrims. There, however, when she attempted to enter the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, an invisible force prevented her from doing so. Due to its formal characteristics we can place this work in the circle of Francisco Collantes, a singular artist at the time because he specialised in landscape painting, something rare in Spain, unlike in Italy or Flanders. However, he was also widely recognised as a still-life and figure painter. His fame was due to his landscapes, which were acquired by private individuals and also by the court. Particularly noteworthy is the series of landscapes, with or without scenes of martyrdom of saints, which Collantes painted for the decoration of the Buen Retiro palace in the 1630s and 1640s. These works coincided with the most brilliant period of the painter's career, when he enjoyed greater prestige and his output was more abundant. On the other hand, this series of landscapes denote the key influences of Collantes' language: the Roman tendencies of the first decades of the 17th century and the Nordic models. In addition, his "Incendio de Troya" ("Fire of Troy"), also for the same palace, shows Collantes' mastery in constructing architectural perspectives. Also of note in this group is the "Vision of Ezekiel", a work much admired by his contemporaries, defined by Palomino as "marvellous", in which the artist manages to combine a magnificent anatomical study with an accurate depiction of the secondary characters and an imposing scenographic landscape. Collantes was also one of the few 17th-century Spanish painters known in his time in Europe, and in fact one of his works was acquired by Louis XIV. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum, as well as in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, the National Gallery of Denmark and the Louvre Museum, among other collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Attributed to FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Landscape with ruins". Oil on canvas. Relined. Label on the back with old attribution to Roelandt Savery. It presents light repainting.
      May. 22, 2023

      Attributed to FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Landscape with ruins". Oil on canvas. Relined. Label on the back with old attribution to Roelandt Savery. It presents light repainting.

      Est: €40,000 - €50,000

      Attributed to FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Landscape with ruins". Oil on canvas. Re-coloured. Label on the back with old attribution to Roelandt Savery. It presents light repainting. Measurements: 149 x 122 cm; 157 x 130 cm (frame). Due to its formal characteristics we can attribute this canvas to Francisco Collantes, a singular artist at the time because he specialised in landscape painting, something rare in Spain, unlike in Italy or Flanders. The work shows a high quality of drawing, firm and delicate, with elegant forms softened by a very nuanced colour, rich in glazes and soft gradations. It depicts a vast Italian landscape, possibly the park of Villa Gregoriana in Tivoli (Lazio, Italy), judging by the circular temple dedicated to Vesta, goddess of the hearth, which emerges from the lush vegetation and rises majestically next to a waterfall with its buoyant waters. In the foreground, on the right of the canvas, is the solitary figure of a grazing donkey, a highly original aspect given that no human figure is visible in the rest of the composition. Francisco Collantes was also widely recognised as a still-life and figure painter. His fame was due to his landscapes, which were acquired by private individuals and also by the court. Particularly noteworthy is the series of landscapes, with or without scenes of martyrdom of saints, which Collantes painted for the decoration of the Buen Retiro Palace in the 1630s and 1640s. These works coincided with the most brilliant period of the painter's career, when he enjoyed greater prestige and his output was more abundant. On the other hand, this series of landscapes denote the key influences of Collantes' language: the Roman tendencies of the first decades of the 17th century and the Nordic models. In addition, his "Incendio de Troya" ("Fire of Troy"), also for the same palace, shows Collantes' mastery in constructing architectural perspectives. Also of note in this group is the "Vision of Ezekiel", a work much admired by his contemporaries, defined by Palomino as "marvellous", in which the artist manages to combine a magnificent anatomical study with an accurate depiction of the secondary characters and an imposing scenographic landscape. Collantes was also one of the few 17th-century Spanish painters known in his time in Europe, and in fact one of his works was acquired by Louis XIV. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum, as well as in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, the National Gallery of Denmark and the Louvre, among other collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Saint Mary Egyptian" Oil on canvas. Relined. It has an old label on the back.
      Mar. 07, 2023

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Saint Mary Egyptian" Oil on canvas. Relined. It has an old label on the back.

      Est: €40,000 - €50,000

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, around 1599 - 1656). "Saint Mary of Egypt". Oil on canvas. Re-coloured. It has an old label on the back. Measurements: 121,5 x 79 cm; 143 x 101 cm (frame). Bibliography: Artur Ramón Art, Barcelona. "Analogies", autumn 2013. Illustrated on pages 13 and 33 of the catalogue. In this oil painting by the Madrid-born Francisco Collantes, the hermit saintly Maria Egipcíaca retires to pray in the middle of nature. She occupies the right-hand corner of the composition, and the rest is a display of lush vegetation. Saint Mary Egyptian is purging her sins as a former prostitute and is presented to us from the front, very mystical, dressed in a coat of her own hair made of ashes. Before her we see the three loaves of bread on which she was to be fed frugally for sixty years. In the distance, in the background, Zosimo appears to give her communion. By the time he arrives, she is already dead. This is a painting with a high quality of drawing, firm and delicate, with elegant forms softened by a very nuanced colour, rich in glazes and soft gradations. Saint Mary Egyptian (ca. 344 - ca. 421) is venerated as the patron saint of penitent women, especially in the Coptic Church, but also in the Catholic, Orthodox and Anglican Churches. The main source of information about her is the "Vita" written by Sophronius, Patriarch of Jerusalem, in the 6th century. She was born in Egypt, and at the age of twelve she went to Alexandria, where she led a dissolute life, according to some authors, devoting herself to prostitution. However, Sophronius claims that she often refused to accept the money offered for her sexual favours, driven only by "insatiable desire and irrepressible passion". After seventeen years, Mary travelled to Jerusalem for the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, driven by the desire to meet lustful pilgrims. There, however, when she attempted to enter the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, an invisible force prevented her from doing so. Due to its formal characteristics we can place this work in the circle of Francisco Collantes, a singular artist at the time because he specialised in landscape painting, something rare in Spain, unlike in Italy or Flanders. However, he was also widely recognised as a still-life and figure painter. His fame was due to his landscapes, which were acquired by private individuals and also by the court. Particularly noteworthy is the series of landscapes, with or without scenes of martyrdom of saints, which Collantes painted for the decoration of the Buen Retiro palace in the 1630s and 1640s. These works coincided with the most brilliant period of the painter's career, when he enjoyed greater prestige and his output was more abundant. On the other hand, this series of landscapes denote the key influences of Collantes' language: the Roman tendencies of the first decades of the 17th century and the Nordic models. In addition, his "Incendio de Troya" ("Fire of Troy"), also for the same palace, shows Collantes' mastery in constructing architectural perspectives. Also of note in this group is the "Vision of Ezekiel", a work much admired by his contemporaries, defined by Palomino as "marvellous", in which the artist manages to combine a magnificent anatomical study with an accurate depiction of the secondary characters and an imposing scenographic landscape. Collantes was also one of the few 17th-century Spanish painters known in his time in Europe, and in fact one of his works was acquired by Louis XIV. He is currently represented in the Prado Museum, as well as in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, the National Gallery of Denmark and the Louvre Museum, among other collections.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Attributed to Francisco Collantes, Biblical Scene
      Feb. 23, 2022

      Attributed to Francisco Collantes, Biblical Scene

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Property De-Accesssioned from the Telfair Museums, Savannah, GA Description: Attributed to Francisco Collantes (Spanish, 1599-1656), Flight of Jesus, Mary and Joseph into Egypt, Oil on Canvas, unsigned, depicting Mary, baby Jesus, and Joseph in a landscape with bridge and buildings in the distance, in a wood frame with 'Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, Inc.' inventory label and artist information label on verso. Frame size: 23 1/8 in. x 28 7/8 in. Francisco Collantes was a Spanish Baroque painter. Collantes was born in Madrid in 1599 and was influenced by the Neapolitan School, Jusepe de Ribera, and Venetian painters of the 16th century. Collantes is known for his landscapes and biblical scenes. His paintings are held in the collections of the Louvre in Paris, the Museo del Prado Museum in Madrid, the Museo de Colonia, the Museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, and the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design, among others. Measurements: Height: by sight 16 1/2 in. x Width: 22 1/2 in. Condition: Overall good condition, relined, craquelure throughout, in need of cleaning, wear and small losses to frame,

      Everard Auctions and Appraisals
    • ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCISCO COLLANTES, BIBLICAL SCENE
      Oct. 26, 2021

      ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCISCO COLLANTES, BIBLICAL SCENE

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Propert De-Accesssioned from the Telfair Museums, Savannah, GA Description: Attributed to Francisco Collantes (Spanish, 1599-1656), Flight of Jesus, Mary and Joseph into Egypt, Oil on Canvas, unsigned, depicting Mary, baby Jesus, and Joseph in a landscape with bridge and buildings in the distance, in a wood frame with 'Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, Inc.' inventory label and artist information label on verso. Frame size: 23 1/8 in. x 28 7/8 in. Francisco Collantes was a Spanish Baroque painter. Collantes was born in Madrid in 1599 and was influenced by the Neapolitan School, Jusepe de Ribera, and Venetian painters of the 16th century. Collantes is known for his landscapes and biblical scenes. His paintings are held in the collections of the Louvre in Paris, the Museo del Prado Museum in Madrid, the Museo de Colonia, the Museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, and the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design, among others. Measurements: Height: by sight 16 1/2 in. x Width: 22 1/2 in. Condition: Overall good condition, relined, craquelure throughout, in need of cleaning, wear and small losses to frame,

      Everard Auctions and Appraisals
    • FRANCISCO COLLANTES - San Jerónimo penitente
      May. 21, 2019

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES - San Jerónimo penitente

      Est: -

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES Madrid? h. 1599 - 1656 “San Jerónimo penitente” Oil on canvas Measurements 111 x 92 cm Artist of great versatility in the outlook of Spanish painting of the first third of the 17th century. The few documentary references that have survived until today (Palomino, Ceán Bermúdez) testify that he was a disciple of Vicente Carducho. We must consider Francisco Collantes as a painter endowed with special qualities for the landscape genre, because of the numerous works that come from commissions of Buen Retiro. From this relationship with the courtly environment, the painter enjoyed an important network of clients. However, he also made some religious-themed works in which he manifests a great knowledge of riberesque naturalism and the Neapolitan currents (San Onofre, Museo del Prado, San Pedro, private collection). The work that concerns us is related to a San Jerónimo (oil on canvas, 128 x 102 cm) attributed to José de Ribera, today in the Museo del Prado that comes from the legacy Juan Gómez de Molina and Elio, II Marquis of Fontana.

      Subastas Segre
    • Pedro de San José Betancur; Hermano Pedro
      Feb. 05, 2019

      Pedro de San José Betancur; Hermano Pedro

      Est: -

      ATRIBUIDO A FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, h. 1599 - Madrid, h. 1656) El Santo, popularmente conocido como Santo Hermano Pedro fue un religioso franciscano nacido en Tenerife y que marchó como misionero a Guatemala donde fundó la Orden de los Betlemitas. Es considerado un personaje histórico de las Islas Canarias, siendo además una figura clave en la historia y en la evangelización de Guatemala donde realizó una gran labor social fundando el primer hospital de convalecientes y la primera escuela popular para niños y adultos, sin que importara edad, raza o religión para la aceptación en estas dos instituciones. Se le representa con hábito franciscano y una campana, en ocasiones se acompaña también de una lanza de pastor canario, haciendo referencia a su procedencia y a la profesión de su padre en las islas. Se le representa aquí en un momento de agitación, tañendo la campana con su mano izquierda mientras que con la derecha sujeta una cruz. La mirada elevada al cielo en actitud implorante, el rostro realista con las arrugas muy marcadas y los cabellos canosos, incluso los de la barba que cae en ondas sobre el pecho. La forma de marcar la expresión y el paso del tiempo, tanto en el rostro como en las manos, así como el tratamiento del cabello y la barba nos lleva a otros santos del pintor madrileño, como el San Onofre pintado hacia 1645 y hoy conservado en el Museo Del Prado (invent. P003027) mostrando en ambos casos un fuerte naturalismo y un profundo conocimiento de las corrientes napolitanas del momento. Óleo sobre lienzo. 76 x 92 cm ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCISCO COLLANTES (Madrid, 1599 - Madrid, 1656) The Saint, popularly known as Saint Brother Peter, was a Franciscan religious born in Tenerife and who went as a missionary to Guatemala where he founded the Order of the Betlemites. He is considered a historical figure of the Canary Islands, being also a key figure in the history and evangelization of Guatemala where he did a great social work founding the first convalescent hospital and the first popular school for children and adults, regardless of age , race or religion for acceptance in these two institutions. He is represented with a Franciscan habit and a bell, sometimes it is also accompanied by a canary shepherd's lance, referring to his origin and his father's profession in the islands. He is represented here in a moment of agitation, ringing the bell with his left hand while holding a cross with his right. The gaze raised to the sky in an imploring attitude, the realistic face with very marked wrinkles and graying hair, even those of the beard that falls in waves on the chest. The way to mark the expression and the passage of time, both in the face and hands, as well as the treatment of hair and beard takes us to other saints of the Madrid painter, such as San Onofre painted around 1645 and today preserved in the Prado Museum (invent. P003027) showing in both cases a strong naturalism and a deep knowledge of the Neapolitan currents of the moment. Oil on canvas. 76 x 92 cm

      Isbilya Subastas
    • Francisco Collantes Madrid, 1599 - 1656 Paysage classique au crépuscule Huile sur toile
      Sep. 25, 2018

      Francisco Collantes Madrid, 1599 - 1656 Paysage classique au crépuscule Huile sur toile

      Est: €3,000 - €4,000

      Francisco Collantes Madrid, 1599 - 1656 Paysage classique au crépuscule Huile sur toile signée 'CFranco Collantes Ft ' en bas à gauche (Restauration) Dans un cadre en bois sculpté et doré, travail italien du XVIIIe siècle h: 62 w: 106 cm Commentaire : Élève du florentin établi à Madrid Vincenzo Carducci, Francisco Collantes présente la particularité de s'être particulièrement intéressé au genre du paysage et de s'en être fait une spécialité, ce qui n'était pas rare chez les artistes flamands et italiens au XVIIe siècle mais est tout à fait singulier au sein de l'Ecole espagnole de son temps. La quinzaine d'œuvres aujourd'hui répertoriées de ce peintre présente également un grand 'san Onofre' dans la veine naturaliste de Ribera (Madrid, musée du Prado), qui laisse à penser que Collantes aurait pu se rendre à Naples. Dans ses autres compositions religieuses ou mythologiques, les figures sont toujours placées au sein d'un paysage luxuriant aux arbres touffus, dans une atmosphère allant du brun des feuilles au bleu d'un ciel souvent chargé. Artiste aujourd'hui rare, Collantes jouissait d'une réelle notoriété, comme en témoigne la série de paysages réalisés pour le palais du Buen Retiro dans les années 1630, ou encore la présence d'un 'Buisson ardent' dans les collections de Louis XIV. Ce paysage redécouvert vient ajouter un nouveau jalon au mince corpus de ce peintre énigmatique et talentueux. Estimation 3 000 - 4 000 €

      Artcurial
    • 17TH CENTURY MADRILEAN SCHOOL
      Jul. 20, 2015

      17TH CENTURY MADRILEAN SCHOOL

      Est: -

      Círculo de Francisco Collantes (Madrid, 1599-1656). "Paisaje", óleo sobre lienzo, 120x165 cm. Con marco de época en madera tallada y sobredorada.

      Sala de Ventas
    • SCHOOL OF MADRID, 17TH CENTURY
      May. 18, 2015

      SCHOOL OF MADRID, 17TH CENTURY

      Est: -

      Círculo de Francisco Collantes (Madrid, 1599-1656). "Paisaje", óleo sobre lienzo, 120x165 cm. Con marco de época en madera tallada y sobredorada.

      Sala de Ventas
    • FRANCISCO COLLANTES | The Denial of Saint Peter
      Apr. 29, 2015

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES | The Denial of Saint Peter

      Est: £12,000 - £18,000

      oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • Francisco Collantes (1599-1656) - The Penitent St Jerome
      Mar. 25, 2015

      Francisco Collantes (1599-1656) - The Penitent St Jerome

      Est: £5,000 - £7,000

      Oil on canvas 115 x 96 cm. (45 1/4 x 37 3/4)

      Dreweatts 1759
    • MADRID SCHOOL 17th CENTURY
      Dec. 19, 2013

      MADRID SCHOOL 17th CENTURY

      Est: -

      Círculo de Francisco Collantes (Madrid,1599-Madrid,1656). "Paisaje", óleo sobre lienzo, 120x165 cm. Con marco de época en madera tallada y sobredorada.

      Sala de Ventas
    • ESCUELA MADRILEÑA SIGLO XVII
      Jun. 27, 2013

      ESCUELA MADRILEÑA SIGLO XVII

      Est: -

      Círculo de Francisco Collantes (Madrid,1599-Madrid,1656), "Paisaje", óleo sobre lienzo, 120x165 cm. Con marco de época en madera tallada y sobredorada.

      Sala de Ventas
    • Attribué à Francisco COLLANTES (1599-1656)
      Jun. 08, 2013

      Attribué à Francisco COLLANTES (1599-1656)

      Est: €2,000 - €3,000

      Attribué à Francisco COLLANTES (1599-1656) Saint Onuphre nourri par un ange Toile. H: 83,5 x L: 106,5 cm

      Ader
    • Collantes, Francisco Madrid 1599 - 1656 - Umkreis Weite bergige Landschaft mit Hirten und ihrem Vieh. Öl auf Leinwand. Doubliert. 137 x 190cm. Rahmen.
      May. 11, 2012

      Collantes, Francisco Madrid 1599 - 1656 - Umkreis Weite bergige Landschaft mit Hirten und ihrem Vieh. Öl auf Leinwand. Doubliert. 137 x 190cm. Rahmen.

      Est: €10,000 - €12,000

      Collantes, Francisco Madrid 1599 - 1656 - circle Wide Mountainous Landscape with Shepherds and their Flock. Oil on canvas. Relined. 137 x 190cm. Framed.

      Van Ham Kunstauktionen
    • FRANCISCO COLLANTES
      Dec. 09, 2010

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      FRANCISCO COLLANTES POSSIBLY MADRID 1599 - CIRCA 1656 THE PENITENT SAINT JEROME oil on canvas 115 by 96 cm.; 45 1/4 by 37 3/4 in.

      Sotheby's
    • Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656,
      Feb. 10, 2009

      Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656,

      Est: £1,200 - £1,500

      Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656, 18th/19th century- An Italianate landscape with drovers, donkeys and sheep with a cottage, woodland and mountains in the distance; oil on canvas, 82.3x104.3cm., (unframed)

      Roseberys
    • Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656,
      Jan. 13, 2009

      Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656,

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656, 18th/19th century- An Italianate landscape with drovers, donkeys and sheep with a cottage, woodland and mountains in the distance; oil on canvas, 82.3x104.3cm., (unframed)

      Roseberys
    • Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656- An
      Dec. 09, 2008

      Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656- An

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      Follower of Francisco Collantes 1599-1656- An Italianate landscape with drovers, donkeys and sheep with a cottage, woodland and mountains in the distance; oil on canvas, 82.3x104.3cm., (unframed) SUBJECT TO VAT

      Roseberys
    • Francisco Collantes (Madrid? c. 1599-c. 1656 Madrid?)
      Jul. 07, 2004

      Francisco Collantes (Madrid? c. 1599-c. 1656 Madrid?)

      Est: £60,000 - £80,000

      A rocky river landscape with fishermen and shepherds resting with their flock signed 'Fran c i Collantes Fet' (Fet linked, lower right) oil on canvas 42 1/8 x 56 1/4 in. (107 x 142.8 cm.)

      Christie's
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