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Daniele Crespi Sold at Auction Prices

b. 1630 -

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    • Attributed to Daniele Crespi
      Oct. 19, 2023

      Attributed to Daniele Crespi

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      A Lady Holding a Fan Oil on canvas 37 3/4 x 33 1/2 inches (96 x 85 cm) Unframed Glue relined. Scattered small losses throughout. Very dense old varnish layer; surface grime. No restoration visible under UV light.

      Doyle New York
    • DANIELE CRESPI | The Annunciation
      Jan. 30, 2019

      DANIELE CRESPI | The Annunciation

      Est: $300,000 - $500,000

      oil on panel

      Mar. 22, 2016


      Est: CHF2,500 - CHF3,000

      CRESPI, DANIELE (1598 Milan 1630) Allegorical depiction with three women, a putto holding a bowl. Pen and black ink, black chalk, brown wash. 24.9 x 26.8 cm. In old frame. Provenance: - Collection of Carlo Prayer - Sotheby's Milan, June 2006 --------------- CRESPI, DANIELE (1598 Mailand 1630) Allegorische Darstellung mit drei Frauen, einem Putto eine Schale haltend. Feder in Schwarz, schwarze Kreide, braun laviert. 24,9 x 26,8 cm. In alter Rahmung. Provenienz: - Sammlung Carlo Prayer - Sotheby's Mailand, Juni 2006

      Koller Auctions
      Jan. 29, 2004


      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      The Deposition. Pen and dark brown ink with white gouache heightening over red chalk on cream laid paper with a prepared gray wash ground mounted on cream laid paper. 111x94 mm; 4 3/8x3 3/4 inches. The handling and technique of the current work can be compared to a drawing by Daniele Crespi (Busto Arsizio circa 1590-1630 Milan) with Prouté, Paris, in 1994, catalogue number 7. The figure of Christ in the current work also resembles Crespi's Pietà in the Prado, Madrid.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • *DANIELE CRESPI (1597-1630)
      Jan. 24, 2002

      *DANIELE CRESPI (1597-1630)

      Est: $30,000 - $40,000

      oil on copper This painting formerly bore an attribution to Melchiorre Gherardini but was recognised as a work by Daniele Crespi in 1993. Ward Neilson (see Literature below) dates this small copper - the only extant example in Crespi's oeuvre in this medium - to the artist's youthful period, circa 1623-25. Literature: N. Ward Neilson, Daniele Crespi, 1996, p. 65, cat. no. 80, illus. in color p. 106, pl. XIV A (as location unknown)

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