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Painter, b. 1480 - d. 1556

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    • Lorenzo Lotto 1480–1556, Kopie nach, 17. Jh.
      Mar. 20, 2024

      Lorenzo Lotto 1480–1556, Kopie nach, 17. Jh.

      Est: CHF1,500 - CHF2,500

      Lorenzo Lotto 1480–1556, Kopie nach, 17. Jh. Anbetung der Heiligen Familie mit der Heiligen Katharina Öl auf Leinwand 77 x 100 cm

      Artcurial Beurret Bailly Widmer
    • LORENZO LOTTO (VENICE C. 1480-1556 LORETO) Christ at the column oil on pane
      Dec. 07, 2021

      LORENZO LOTTO (VENICE C. 1480-1556 LORETO) Christ at the column oil on pane

      Est: £400,000 - £600,000

      LORENZO LOTTO (VENICE C. 1480-1556 LORETO) Christ at the column oil on panel 21 7/8 x 19 ¼ in. (55.5 x 48.9 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Antique Portrait Painting after Lorenzo Lotto 16C.
      Sep. 29, 2021

      Antique Portrait Painting after Lorenzo Lotto 16C.

      Est: $100 - $1,000

      Antique portrait oil painting on board, titled "Head Of A Woman." after to Lorenzo Lotto (Italian, 1480-1556) Painted in the style of Italian Renaissance period. A pale face portrait of a young woman, surrounded by darkness. Inscribed on verso "Head Of A Woman, Attributed to Lorenzo Lotto". Housed inside an ornate antique style Florentine gilt wood frame. Work Size: 12 x 10 in. SHIPPING Hill Auction Gallery will offer in-house continental USA shipping for $95 plus insurance. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request. Got something to sell? Contact us at HillAuctionGallery.com.

      Hill Auction Gallery
    • ANONIMO XVI-XVII SEC. SANTO FRANCESCANO IN PREGHIERA
      Feb. 06, 2021

      ANONIMO XVI-XVII SEC. SANTO FRANCESCANO IN PREGHIERA

      Est: €1,000 - €2,000

      Olio su tela, cm. 48,5x41,5 Sul verso: cartiglio manoscritto "Lorenzo Lotto 1480-1556/ Monaco di Jesi"

      Pananti Casa D'Aste SRL
    • Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1557)-follower
      Oct. 20, 2020

      Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1557)-follower

      Est: €100 - €200

      Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1557)-follower, Portrait of a man in front of curtain; oil on canvas, framed.

      Deutsch Auktionen
    • Lorenzo Lotto (Venice c. 1480-1556 Loreto) - Adoration of the Christ Child
      Oct. 15, 2020

      Lorenzo Lotto (Venice c. 1480-1556 Loreto) - Adoration of the Christ Child

      Est: $120,000 - $180,000

      Lorenzo Lotto (Venice c. 1480-1556 Loreto) Adoration of the Christ Child oil on panel, shaped top 8 3/8 x 15 in. (21.3 x 38.1 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1557)-follower
      Jul. 14, 2020

      Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1557)-follower

      Est: €200 - €400

      Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1557)-follower., Portrait of a man in front of curtain; oil on canvas, framed.

      Deutsch Auktionen
    • Lorenzo LOTTO (1480-1556), Copy after, Madonna
      Dec. 14, 2019

      Lorenzo LOTTO (1480-1556), Copy after, Madonna

      Est: CHF400 - CHF600

      Lorenzo LOTTO (1480-1556), Copy after, Madonna with Infant Jesus and John, Oil on panel, signed D. Burmeister, probably 19th c., 52 x 38,7 cm, condition: smaller color losses. Provenance: Private property Lucerne

      Galerie Moenius
    • MARIA MIT CHRISTUSKIND UND JOHANNES DEM TÄUFER
      Mar. 11, 2017

      MARIA MIT CHRISTUSKIND UND JOHANNES DEM TÄUFER

      Est: -

      LORENZO LOTTO (FOLLOWER) Venice circa 1480 - 1556 Loreto MARY WITH CHILD AND JOHN BAPTIST Oil on canvas. 53 cm by 39 cm. Verso: Remark, printed on canvas: 'Copie nach No. 194A der Königl. Gemälde-Galerie zu Dresden, 1913'. Frame.

      Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
    • LORENZO LOTTO (attributed) - Portrait of a noblewoman1518 ca.
      Dec. 15, 2016

      LORENZO LOTTO (attributed) - Portrait of a noblewoman1518 ca.

      Est: €45,000 - €60,000

      LORENZO LOTTO (attributed) (Venice, 1480 - Loreto, 1556) Portrait of a noblewoman 1518 ca. Oil on panel, 53 x 40.5 cm The work represents an unknown noblewoman portrayed, most likely, by Lorenzo Lotto. The figure, in fact, is very close to the Portrait of Lucina Brembati, produced by the artist in 1518 and housed at the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo.

      Bertolami Fine Art s.r.l.
    • Lotto, Lorenzo - Umkreis Grablegung Christi. Um 1540/1550. Öl auf Kupfer. 16 x 12 cm. - Dekorativ in italienischem Holzrahmen des 17. Jahrhunderts gerahmt. Teils fachmännisch restauriert und ergänzt.
      Dec. 04, 2015

      Lotto, Lorenzo - Umkreis Grablegung Christi. Um 1540/1550. Öl auf Kupfer. 16 x 12 cm. - Dekorativ in italienischem Holzrahmen des 17. Jahrhunderts gerahmt. Teils fachmännisch restauriert und ergänzt.

      Est: €4,000 - €4,800

      Lotto, Lorenzo - UmkreisLorenzo Lotto - circle. About 1540/1550. Oil on copper. - Framed in Italian wooden frame of the 17th century. Partly restored and complemented.Grablegung Christi. Um 1540/1550. Öl auf Kupfer. 16 x 12 cm. - Dekorativ in italienischem Holzrahmen des 17. Jahrhunderts gerahmt. Teils fachmännisch restauriert und ergänzt.

      Jeschke Jádi Auctions Berlin GmbH
    • Andrea Odoni, Psyche honoured for her beauty
      Oct. 21, 2014

      Andrea Odoni, Psyche honoured for her beauty

      Est: £60 - £100

      Set of two lithographic prints comprising:</br>lithographic print of painting by Lorenzo Lotto entitled Andrea Odoni, originally painted 1527 (signed and dated 1527)</br>Among the pictures presented to Charles II (1630-85) in 1660 by the States of Holland and West Friesland.Oil on canvas. Portrait of the Humanist and antique dealer Andrea Odoni surrounded by his collection of antiques, coins and a book. His outstretched hand holds a small statuette, possibly Egyptian. In Venice, where this portrait was executed in 1527 in addition to being Lotto's birthplace, there was widespread interest among the Humanists in Egyptian hieroglyphics as a source of arcane knowledge and divine wisdom.</br>Print size inches: 8.9 x 7.9 together with lithographic print of painting by Luca Giordano entitled Psyche Honoured by the People, originally painted c.1695-7</br>Acquired by George III, King of the United Kingdom (1738-1820).The first of a set of twelve surviving paintings on copper which illustrate the story of Cupid and Psyche, a tale of ill matched lovers, one mortal one divine, as recounted at considerable length by Apuleius in The Golden Ass (Books 4-6). Possibly commissioned by Carlos II of Spain or his mother, these late works date from 1692-1702 during which time Giordano spent at the Court of Charles II. Acquired by George III, they are recorded in the Bedchamber at Buckingham Palace (1792), but they are also mentioned in the archives of his father's collection.</br>Print size inches: 8.9 x 7.3

      William George & Co
    • Andrea Odoni , An old Man Meditating
      Oct. 21, 2014

      Andrea Odoni , An old Man Meditating

      Est: £60 - £100

      Set of two lithographic prints comprising:</br>lithographic print of painting by Lorenzo Lotto entitled Andrea Odoni, originally painted 1527 (signed and dated 1527)</br>Among the pictures presented to Charles II (1630-85) in 1660 by the States of Holland and West Friesland.Oil on canvas. Portrait of the Humanist and antique dealer Andrea Odoni surrounded by his collection of antiques, coins and a book. His outstretched hand holds a small statuette, possibly Egyptian. In Venice, where this portrait was executed in 1527 in addition to being Lotto's birthplace, there was widespread interest among the Humanists in Egyptian hieroglyphics as a source of arcane knowledge and divine wisdom.</br>Print size inches: 8.9 x 7.9 together with lithographic print of drawing by Leonardo da Vinci entitled A Seated Old Man, originally drawn c.1510</br>Acquired by Charles II, King England (1630-85). Bequeathed to Francesco Melzi; purchased by Pompeo Leoni, c.1582-90; Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel by 1630 and finally resting with The Royal Collection by 1690.A pen and ink sketch of an old man seated in front of a tree meditating, seemingly looking towards four separate studies of swirling water, a theme which fascinated Leonardo all his life. The inscription in Leonardo's hand explains the 'motion of the surface of the water which resembles hair'. On the verso of this sheet are various architectural studies in red chalk.</br>Print size inches: 8.6 x 6.3

      William George & Co
    • A portrait of a Man, Andrea Odoni
      Oct. 21, 2014

      A portrait of a Man, Andrea Odoni

      Est: £60 - £100

      Set of two lithographic prints comprising:</br>lithographic print of painting by Titian entitled Portrait of a Man, originally painted 1518 (c.1514-18)</br>Acquirer Charles II (1630-85). Among the pictures presented to Charles II in 1660 by the States of Holland and West Friesland.Oil on canvas. Dated variously as from 1511 to early 1520s, the vestments and hairstyle worn by the sitter would indicate a date closer to 1513. Although the sitter is unknown, the pose with his finger marking a page in the book, suggests a writer or humanist the most likely of whom being the Neapolitan poet Jacopo Sannazaro (1458-1530) and is listed as such in The Queen's Collection.</br>Print size inches: 7.7 x 9.3 together with lithographic print of painting by Lorenzo Lotto entitled Andrea Odoni, originally painted 1527 (signed and dated 1527)</br>Among the pictures presented to Charles II (1630-85) in 1660 by the States of Holland and West Friesland.Oil on canvas. Portrait of the Humanist and antique dealer Andrea Odoni surrounded by his collection of antiques, coins and a book. His outstretched hand holds a small statuette, possibly Egyptian. In Venice, where this portrait was executed in 1527 in addition to being Lotto's birthplace, there was widespread interest among the Humanists in Egyptian hieroglyphics as a source of arcane knowledge and divine wisdom.</br>Print size inches: 8.9 x 7.9

      William George & Co
    • Andrea Odoni, Cleopatra with an Asp
      Oct. 21, 2014

      Andrea Odoni, Cleopatra with an Asp

      Est: £60 - £100

      Set of two lithographic prints comprising:</br>lithographic print of painting by Lorenzo Lotto entitled Andrea Odoni, originally painted 1527 (signed and dated 1527)</br>Among the pictures presented to Charles II (1630-85) in 1660 by the States of Holland and West Friesland.Oil on canvas. Portrait of the Humanist and antique dealer Andrea Odoni surrounded by his collection of antiques, coins and a book. His outstretched hand holds a small statuette, possibly Egyptian. In Venice, where this portrait was executed in 1527 in addition to being Lotto's birthplace, there was widespread interest among the Humanists in Egyptian hieroglyphics as a source of arcane knowledge and divine wisdom.</br>Print size inches: 8.9 x 7.9 together with lithographic print of painting by Guido Reni entitled Cleopatra with the Asp, originally painted c.1628</br>Acquired Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales, 1st son of George II, King of Great Britain (1707-51). Acquired in or before 1749.Oil on canvas, the painting was hung in the Prince's Closet at Leicester House. Executed in the late 1620s, Reni is known to have painted at least three other versions. According to Reni's biographer Carlo Cesare Malvascia, Cleopatra was commissioned by his friend Palma Giovane (d.1628) for Boselli, a Venetian merchant, to be judged in competition with companion pictures by Giovane, Renieri and Guercino. Although Reni did not win the competition, Renieri purchased the painting following Boselli's death.</br>Print size inches: 7.7 x 9.3

      William George & Co
    • Lorenzo Lotto Lithographic Print
      Oct. 21, 2014

      Lorenzo Lotto Lithographic Print

      Est: £30 - £50

      Lithographic print of painting by Lorenzo Lotto entitled Andrea Odoni, originally painted 1527 (signed and dated 1527)</br>Among the pictures presented to Charles II (1630-85) in 1660 by the States of Holland and West Friesland.Oil on canvas. Portrait of the Humanist and antique dealer Andrea Odoni surrounded by his collection of antiques, coins and a book. His outstretched hand holds a small statuette, possibly Egyptian. In Venice, where this portrait was executed in 1527 in addition to being Lotto's birthplace, there was widespread interest among the Humanists in Egyptian hieroglyphics as a source of arcane knowledge and divine wisdom.</br>Print size inches: 8.9 x 7.9

      William George & Co
    • Lorenzo Lotto, 1480 Venedig - 1556, zug.
      Mar. 28, 2014

      Lorenzo Lotto, 1480 Venedig - 1556, zug.

      Est: €90,000 - €120,000

      PORTRAIT DES MICHELANGELO BUORNAROTTI Öl auf Leinwand. Doubliert. 102 x 84 cm. Verso auf dem Keilrahmen fünf alte, rote Lacksiegel. Dreiviertelbildnis des berühmten Malers und Bildhauers der Renaissance, hier in dunklem Mantel nach rechts stehend, mit dunkler Kopfbedeckung in Art eines Pilzhutes, die linke Hand auf den Leib gelegt, die rechte Hand hält ein Paar helle Lederhandschuhe. Das Gesicht dem Betrachter zugewandt, im mittlerem bis fortgeschrittenem Alter gezeigt, mit kurzem Knebelbart. Die Figur vor dem Hintergrund einer von links beleuchteten Mauerecke mit rechts stehendem, vom rechten Bildrand angeschnittenem Pilaster mit Gesims und darauf stehendem Pilastersockel. Das Gesicht lebendig wiedergegeben mit nachdenklichem Ausdruck. Expertisen: Dem Gemälde sind mehrere Expertisen beigegeben. Ugo Galetti, E. Clerici Sella, Prof. Dr. Giacomo Migone, Prof. Marcello Marti Prescuitte, Prof. Dr. Lodovico Magugliani, Prof. Fred Fay, Prof. Luigi Enrie, Dr. A. Besozzi, Giacomo Migone. Literatur: Das Werk ist besprochen und abgebildet in: Alla Bottega: Rivista di Cultura ed Arte bimestrale, Anno VI, Nr. 2, März/ April 1968, S. 16, Abb. Nr 1. Ferner Lodovico Magugliani, Note Pittoriche in: Fenarete. Letture d´Italia, Rivista di Attualità e Cultura, Anno IXX, S. 26 - 28, Abb. S. 28. (962143)

      Hampel Fine Art Auctions
    • Lotto Ushak Kopie aus dem 19.Jahrhundert,
      Oct. 28, 2012

      Lotto Ushak Kopie aus dem 19.Jahrhundert,

      Est: -

      Lotto Ushak Kopie aus dem 19.Jahrhundert, Zentralanatolien, Ende 19.Jahrhundert, Wolle geknüpft auf Wolle, ca. 147 x 111 cm, EHZ 3 (eine Fransenseite minimal verkürzt), benannt nach dem venezianischen Maler Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1556), der einen dieser Teppiche auf dem Altarbild der Kirche San Giovanni e Paolo gemalt hat, fein geknüpfte, typisch gelbe gitterartige Arabesken auf rotem Grund, kombiniert mit klassischer Wolkenband-Bordüre,interessantes Belegstück aus späterer Zeit, vergl. Lit.: "Der christlich orientalische Teppich" von Volkmar Gantzhorn)

      Henry's Auktionshaus
    • Circle of Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480-1556) Portrait of a lady, bust-length,
      Oct. 26, 2011

      Circle of Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480-1556) Portrait of a lady, bust-length,

      Est: £6,000 - £8,000

      Portrait of a lady, bust-length, in a black dress and a white collar, wearing a gold chain, before a green velvet curtain oil on panel 48 x 37.7cm (18 7/8 x 14 13/16in).

      Bonhams
    • Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480-1556 Loreto)
      Apr. 13, 2011

      Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480-1556 Loreto)

      Est: €30,000 - €40,000

      Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480-1556 Loreto) circle of

      Dorotheum
    • LORENZO LOTTO
      Jan. 27, 2011

      LORENZO LOTTO

      Est: $250,000 - $350,000

      LORENZO LOTTO VENICE CIRCA 1480 - 1556 LORETO PORTRAIT OF A JEWELER, PROBABLY GIOVANNI PIETRO CRIVELLI oil on canvas 30 3/8 by 25 1/4 in.; 77.2 by 64.1 cm.

      Sotheby's
    • Circle of Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480-1556) Portrait of a lady, bust-length,
      Dec. 08, 2010

      Circle of Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480-1556) Portrait of a lady, bust-length,

      Est: £12,000 - £18,000

      Portrait of a lady, bust-length, in a black dress and a white collar, wearing a gold chain, before a green velvet curtain oil on panel 48 x 37.7cm (18 7/8 x 14 13/16in).

      Bonhams
    • Lorenzo Lotto , Venice circa 1480 - 1556 Loreto Ecce Homo oil on panel
      Jan. 29, 2009

      Lorenzo Lotto , Venice circa 1480 - 1556 Loreto Ecce Homo oil on panel

      Est: $400,000 - $600,000

      oil on panel

      Sotheby's
    • Lorenzo Lotto (Venezia c. 1480-1556 Loreto)
      Nov. 25, 2008

      Lorenzo Lotto (Venezia c. 1480-1556 Loreto)

      Est: -

      Lorenzo Lotto (Venezia c. 1480-1556 Loreto) Ritratto di giovane con guanti olio su tela 74.5 x 59.5 cm.

      Christie's
    • A 'LOTTO' USHAK RUG
      Oct. 18, 2001

      A 'LOTTO' USHAK RUG

      Est: $21,300 - $28,400

      West Anatolia, Second Half 17th Century The shaded rust-red field with a lattice of yellow angular arabesques forming panels containing flowerheads, in a shaded medium blue border of linked polychrome cartouche panels containing stylised palmettes together with minor hooked panels and flowerheads between cream ribbon and angular vine stripes, scattered small repairs 5ft. x 3ft.11in. (152cm. x 119cm.) NOTES Most authorities believe that 'Lotto' rugs were made in the Ushak area of Turkey in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. The dating was established through the evidence of paintings by European artists of that period. The Venetian artist Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1556),from whom the name originated for this group, depicted these rugs in paintings. For a further discussion on this subject see Mills, J.: "Lotto" Carpets in Western Paintings', Hali, vol.3, no.4, pp.278-289. Charles Grant Ellis classified the field designs of "Lotto" rugs into three subgroups: 'anatolian','kilim' and 'ornamented' ('The 'Lotto' Pattern as a Fashion in Carpets', Ohm, A and Reber, H. (eds): Festschrift f/uur Peter Wilhelm Meister, Hamburg, 1975. The lot offered here falls into the 'kilim' subgroup; it has a cartouche border which is one of the best known border types of this group. This 'Lotto' is a classic example of one of the great exports to Europe in the seventeenth century; for another comparable example please see lot 228 in the sale of the Aita Collection.

      Christie's
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