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  • CARLO CRIVELLI (Venice 1430/5-c.1495)
    Jan. 26, 2001

    CARLO CRIVELLI (Venice 1430/5-c.1495)

    Est: $60,000 - $80,000

    A male saint holding a book tempera on gold ground panel 105/8 x 81/8 in. (27 x 20.7 cm.) NOTES This panel, which may represent an evangelist, is as Everett Fahy independently pointed out, one of the missing elements of the predella of Carlo Crivelli's altarpiece of 1472, the main element of which is the Madonna and Child Enthroned (Linsky Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art). Pietro Zampetti (1961) suggested that the predella of this polyptych consisted of Christ (Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa) and a series of single panels of the apostles: Saint Peter (Yale Art Center); Saint John the Evangelist and Saint Bartholomew (Museo Castello Sforzesco, Milan); and Saint Andrew (Proehl Collection, Amsterdam). The tooling of the halo corresponds to that of the other elements of the predella.

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