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      • St. Francis in Penance
        May. 09, 2024

        St. Francis in Penance

        Est: €5,000 - €6,000

        16th century, oil on canvas, damaged 17th century frame

        Arte Investimenti
      • Anonymous region Sadeler, Girolamo Muziano Saint Onuphrius penitent in the wilderness.
        Apr. 18, 2024

        Anonymous region Sadeler, Girolamo Muziano Saint Onuphrius penitent in the wilderness.

        Est: €350 - €450

        Saint Onuphrius penitent in the wilderness, engraved by an anonymous engraver , published by Sadeler ca 1600-1665. After a painting/drawing of Girolamo Muziano (1532-1592), after an engraving of Cornelis Cort . References: New Hollstein Dutch 134-copy 2(2). In very good condition. good dark impression on laid paper with 2- 3 cm margins.

        Old Master Print
      • ATTRIBUTED TO GIROLAMO MUZIANO Brescia, Italy (1532) / Rome, Italy (1592) "Saint Mary Magdalene" and "Saint Agnes"
        Apr. 10, 2024

        ATTRIBUTED TO GIROLAMO MUZIANO Brescia, Italy (1532) / Rome, Italy (1592) "Saint Mary Magdalene" and "Saint Agnes"

        Est: €4,500 - €6,000

        Pair of oil paintings on copper. On the reverse, on the plate, ancient inscriptions engraved on each of the supports: "Originali di /Girolamo / Muziano". Framed forming the same set. Measurements: 34 x 10 cm. each

        Ansorena
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO (1528 BRESCIA - 1592 ROME) (IN THE STYLE OF), SAINT JEROME IN THE FOREST, 16TH/17TH CENTURY
        Mar. 20, 2024

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (1528 BRESCIA - 1592 ROME) (IN THE STYLE OF), SAINT JEROME IN THE FOREST, 16TH/17TH CENTURY

        Est: €600 - €800

        Girolamo Muziano (1528 Brescia - 1592 Rome) (in the style of), Saint Jerome in the forest, 16th/17th century, Oil on copper plate. 25.0 x 18.6 cm (plate), 34.0 x 27.5 cm (frame). Framed. ,

        Quittenbaum Kunstauktionen GmbH
      • Exceptional Saint Jerome in Meditation, attributed to Girolamo Muziano (1528 - 1592), Italian Renaissance school of the 16th century
        Nov. 29, 2023

        Exceptional Saint Jerome in Meditation, attributed to Girolamo Muziano (1528 - 1592), Italian Renaissance school of the 16th century

        Est: €4,000 - €5,000

        Small oil on canvas, possibly a private devotional commission, this magnificent Saint Jerome of bright colors, careful composition and very fine details directs his sorrowful gaze to the crucifix that he holds in his arms as a sign of Redemption against the sin of men, while that different iconographic elements such as the skull and the trumpet allude to the end of time. Accompanying the composition, the lion and the Patron's characteristic red hat. Canvas measurements: 45 x 37 cm, framed measurements: 65 x 54 cm. Girolamo Muziano was born in Acquafredda, near Brescia, on a date that is not precisely known but that indirect sources place around 1528-1532. After an initial training in local tradition, in the years 1544-1546 he studied in Padua, where he had to learn the art of Lambert Sustris, and then went to Venice, where he would remain until 1549. Appointed superintendent of the Holy See, Muziano received numerous commissioned by Pope Gregory XIII and designs mosaics, with which he achieves surprising pictorial qualities. Mention may be made of those of the Cappella Gregoriana of St. Peter's Basilica. With abundant works in Spain, the Cerralbo Museum in Madrid houses a large-format canvas of his, Saint Augustine and Saint Monica, while the Resurrection of Jairus's daughter and an album of drawings of the reliefs are preserved in the monastery of El Escorial. of Trajan's Column. Provenance: important Andalusian private collection, Spain.

        Templum Fine Art Auctions
      • Gouaches MUZIANO Girolamo (1528 - 1592). D'après. "Saint Jérôme pénit
        Nov. 14, 2023

        Gouaches MUZIANO Girolamo (1528 - 1592). D'après. "Saint Jérôme pénit

        Est: €600 - €800

        Gouaches MUZIANO Girolamo (1528 - 1592). D'après. "Saint Jérôme pénitent" gouache sur vélin (?). Anonyme. D'après une œuvre de Girolamo Muziano. Ecole flamande. Epoque: XVIIème. Dim.:+/-15,5x21cm.

        Vanderkindere
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO (Acquafredda, 1528- Rome, 1592). "San Francisco". Oil on canvas. Relining.
        Oct. 17, 2023

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (Acquafredda, 1528- Rome, 1592). "San Francisco". Oil on canvas. Relining.

        Est: €20,000 - €25,000

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (Acquafredda, 1528 - Rome, 1592). "Saint Francis. Oil on canvas. Relined. Size: 100 x 73,5 cm; 120 x 93 cm (frame). In this sober and devotional scene, the painter represents St. Francis in an exterior that can hardly be appreciated due to the tenebrism of the scene. The saint is kneeling in prayer with his hands folded on his chest. The thick brushstrokes define a rounded figure of profound humanity, with great economy of colour, limited to the range of browns, which only serves to emphasise the message of humility and mystical simplicity that the saint advocated throughout his life. A twilight light emerges from the distance, modelling the elements of the landscape, but giving prominence to the figure which seems unique in the solitude and stillness of divinity. The subject of the Saint of Assisi receiving the stigmata was one of Mutienzio's favourites and was reproduced several times with the collaboration of his assistants, beginning with the version now in the Roman church of Santa Maria della Concezione, which Patrizia Tosini dates to around 1575 in her monograph on the painter. Aesthetically, Gerolamo Muziano was incisively and lastingly seduced by the invention of the great master Sebastiano del Piombo, to whose dissemination various replicas produced in his workshop contributed. In addition to reworking the same compositional scheme in many paintings on different themes. Muziano was born in Acquafredda near Brescia but worked principally in Rome. According to accounts from the 16th to 20th centuries, Muziano began to work under the tutelage of Romanino, an imitator of Titian. However, a quasi-autobiographical account of Muziano written by his confessor (unpublished until 1954) indicates instead that Muziano was born in Brescia, left that city as a young man and that his first apprenticeship was under the tutelage of Domenico Campagnola and Lambert Sustris in 1544-46 in the city of Padua. He then spent some time in Venice until 1549, but moved permanently to Rome around 1550. Landscapes figured prominently in Muziano's early works, leading the Romans to nickname him Il giovane dei paesi (the young man of landscapes). Although he produced drawings and paintings in this genre throughout his career, his interest shifted towards large-format figure painting. Muziano painted religious and historical subjects in a style largely based on Michelangelo, emphasising the monumental anatomy of his figures, even in works depicting ascetic saints. Michelangelo himself declared him to be one of the "first artists of that time". Muziano became the most important artist in Rome in the 1570s and 80s, painting in a style that appealed to Counter-Reformation patrons.

        Setdart Auction House
      • Attributed to Girolamo Muziano (1528 Р 1592), A wooded landscape
        Jun. 29, 2023

        Attributed to Girolamo Muziano (1528 Р 1592), A wooded landscape

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        Property of a ladyAttributed to Girolamo Muziano (1528 Р 1592)A wooded landscapeBrown ink on paperInscribed extensivelyКversoProvenance:Sotheby's 1976Dimensions:12 in. (H) x 17 in. (W)

        Sloane Street Auctions
      • Muziano Girolamo ambito di, Resurrezione di Lazzaro
        Dec. 14, 2022

        Muziano Girolamo ambito di, Resurrezione di Lazzaro

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        olio su tela, W. 123 - H. 110 Cm

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • Girolamo Muziano, 1532 Brescia – 1592 Rom, zugeschrieben
        Dec. 08, 2022

        Girolamo Muziano, 1532 Brescia – 1592 Rom, zugeschrieben

        Est: €4,000 - €6,000

        Franz von Assisi empfängt die Stigmata Öl auf Holz. Parkettiert. 115 x 81 cm. In ornamental verziertem Rahmen. Inmitten einer hügeligen Landschaft, die links und rechts von verästelten Bäumen gerahmt wird, kniet der Heilige vor einem kleinen Altar mit Holzkreuz, Schädel, geöffnetem Buch und Geissel. Einsiedler und betende Heilige kommen im Werk des genannten Künstlers öfter vor. So befindet sich etwa in der Galeria Colonna in Rom ebenfalls ein Heiliger Franziskus aus seiner Hand. (1341157) (13)

        Hampel Fine Art Auctions
      • Girolamo Muziano
        Nov. 09, 2022

        Girolamo Muziano

        Est: €30,000 - €40,000

        (Brescia 1532–1592 Rome) The Holy Family, inscribed lower left with an inventory number: 529, oil on canvas, 100.5 x 76.5 cm, framed Inscribed on the back of the canvas with the letters ‘C.C.B.’ Provenance: Private European collection We are grateful to Patrizia Tosini for confirming the attribution of the present painting and for her help in cataloguing this lot. Tosini dates the present to between the mid-1550s and the early 1560s, and it therefore belongs to the period of his first Roman commissions. There are close points of comparison with his other work of these years, and especially those executed for Orvieto: the altarpiece with the Resurrection of Lazarus for the city’s cathedral (1555–1556; see P. Tosini, Girolamo Muziano, 1532–1592, dalla maniera alla natura, Rome 2008, cat. no. A7, p. 86, fig. 70) and the frescoes for the palace of bishop Girolamo Simoncelli in the nearby Torre San Severo (1556–1559). These are works which display the same monumental and ‘stony’ pictorial language as in the present Holy Family. The Virgin’s profile compares to that of the two women at the centre of the altarpiece for Orvieto, in which the colouring of the robes is also echoed, while the head of Saint Joseph is modelled after that of Winter in the ceiling of the Salone della Caminata of the Palazzo Simocelli (see P. Tosini, Ibid., 2008, cat. no. A9, pp. 340–343, fig. 9.1.3), even down to the pulsing vein in the old man’s temple, which also reoccurs in the profile of Saint Jerome in the Ruiz chapel in Santa Caterina dei Funari, Rome (see P. Tosini, Ibid., 2008, cat. A15, p. 184, fig. 168). The subject of the painting, the Holy Family in the company of the Infant Saint John the Baptist, prefiguring the Passion of Christ, must have been particularly successful in the artist’s repertoire, since he replicated it in various compositional arrangements, some of which are documented in engravings created to Muziano’s designs (P. Tosini, Ibid., 2008, p. 55 fig. 45). In Muziano’s biography it is stated that ‘A Madonna, life size, with Saint Joseph, Saint John and our Saviour which would move stone to devotion’ (‘Una Madonna come al naturale con San Giosef S. Giovanni e il nostro Salvatore che muoverebbe le pietre a devozione’) (see U. Procacci, Una ‘vita’ inedita di Girolamo Muziano, in: Arte Veneta, 1954, pp. 251–252; see. P. Tosini, Ibid., 2008, cat. no. D61, p. 487). A painting with the same iconography is also recorded in 1686 in the collection of Maffeo Barberini, in his family’s Roman palace at the Quattro Fontane (this also has the same dimensions as the present painting, which is only slightly smaller, possibly owing to its having been relined; see Getty Provenance Index) and another of the same subject was at Villa Medici during the nineteenth century (see P. Tosini, Ibid., 2008, cat. D55, p. 485). In addition to that under discussion, at present two other versions of this composition are known: the first is identical in all its parts and is manifestly an autograph replica, taken from the same cartoon (see P. Tosini, Ibid., 2018, cat. A2, p. 23). The second is in the Galleria Borghese and is also an autograph work by Muziano, but it has suffered a singular ‘camouflaging’ owing to the intervention of a late seventeenth century painter (see P. Tosini, Palinsesto borghesiano: un Muziano ‘seicentesco’, in: Amica Veritas. Studi di storia dell’arte in onore di Claudio Strinati, ed. by A. Vannugli, Rome 2020, pp. 525–532). As yet it has not been possible to identify the number ‘529’ painted lower left, which is evidently the record of its belonging in a collection. The sculptural composition of the painting and its cool palette, reveal Muziano’s understanding of Roman mannerist culture of the 1540s and 1550s, incarnated by its emerging protagonists Daniele da Volterra, Girolamo Siciolante and Taddeo Zuccari; meanwhile, the elegant head of Saint Joseph with his rippling veins and soft hair, modelled after the naturalistic paintings of Girolamo Savoldo and Domenico Campagnola, with its Lombard and Venetian mood, fully reveals the inheritance of the artist’s training. Girolamo Muziano (1532–1592) is one of the leading exponents of later sixteenth century Roman painting. He trained in Brescia, Padua and Venice in the studios of Lambert Sustris and Domenico Campagnola, and he arrived in Rome in the 1550s, probably thanks to the protection of the Venetian Cardinals Barbaro, Corner and Pisani. His positive reception in the city gained him many prestigious commissions in the churches and palaces of the leading aristocratic families in the city: the Colonna, Gabrielli, Ruiz, Mattei, and Della Valle. During the 1560s he became court painter to Ippolito II d’Este, for whom he frescoed the celebrated Villa d’Este in Tivoli. With the advent of Pope Gregory XIII Boncompagni (1572–1585) he became the organiser and author of all the most important commissions of the pontificate, including the Cappella Gregoriana in Saint Peter’s and the Galleria delle Carte Geografiche in the Vatican Palace. His singular style of counterreformation painting tempered by a soft Venetian realism was to open the way for the most innovative aspects of early seventeenth century painting.

        Dorotheum
      • Attribué à Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592) Study of two saints in niches
        May. 20, 2022

        Attribué à Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592) Study of two saints in niches

        Est: €400 - €800

        Attribué à Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592) Study of two saints in niches Black stone, traces of red chalk. Mounted. Annotated in pen, in the center, lower part: "Muziano" Attribuito a Girolamo MUZIANO Studio di due santi entro due nicchie Carboncino, tracce di sanguigna. Controcollato 18,5 x 13 cm Provenance: Sale, 10 July 1973, London, Christie's, lot 85, repr. (as Girolamo Muziano) Étude de deux saints dans des niches Pierre noire, traces de sanguine. Contrecollé. Annoté à la plume, au centre, partie inférieure : « Muziano » Attribuito a Girolamo MUZIANO Studio di due santi entro due nicchie Carboncino, tracce di sanguigna. Controcollato 18,5 x 13 cm Provenance : Vente, 10 juillet 1973, Londres, Christie's, lot 85, répr. (comme Girolamo Muziano)

        Pierre Bergé & Associés
      • Attribuito a Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592)
        Jan. 19, 2022

        Attribuito a Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592)

        Est: €1,000 - €2,000

        Attribuito a Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592) The Virgin and Child Jesus Black stone on squared paper (restorations) Inscription on verso : "Io. Ales. Maggiori comprai a di... 1795" Attribué à Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592) La Vierge et l'Enfant Jésus Pierre noire, mis au carreau (restaurations) Inscription au verso : "Io. Ales. Maggiori comprai a di... 1795" H_28,2 cm L_19,3 cm Provenance : - Alessandro Maggiori Collection (XVIII-XIX century) (L.3005b) - Claudio Argenlieu Collection, stamp at lower left (L.486b) - G.P. Breschi Collection (1874-1937), stamp at lower right (L.2079b) Exhibition : 1978, New York, Herbert Feist Gallery, Master Drawings through five century La Vergine e il Bambin Gesù Pietra nera su carta quadrettata (restauri) Iscrizione al verso : «Io. Ales. Maggiori comprai a di... 1795» Attribué à Girolamo MUZIANO (1532-1592) La Vierge et l'Enfant Jésus Pierre noire, mis au carreau (restaurations) Inscription au verso : «Io. Ales. Maggiori comprai a di... 1795» H_28,2 cm L_19,3 cm Provenienza : - Collezione Alessandro Maggiori (XVIII-XIX secolo) (L.3005b) - Collezione Claudio Argenlieu, timbro in basso a sinistra (L.486b) - Collezione G.P. Breschi (1874-1937), timbro in basso a destra (L.2079b) Esposizione : 1978, New York, Herbert Feist Gallery, Master Drawings through five century

        Pierre Bergé & Associés
      • Girolamo Muziano ( Acquafredda 1528 - Roma 1592) bottega/seguace
        Nov. 30, 2021

        Girolamo Muziano ( Acquafredda 1528 - Roma 1592) bottega/seguace

        Est: €1,200 - €1,800

        Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1528 - Roma 1592) bottega/seguace San Girolamo penitente Olio su rame 22,5 x 16,5 cm Girolamo Muziano inizia con un apprendistato presso il Romanino, quindi con influenze del Tiziano e della scuola veneta. In seguito si sposta a Padova, ove accresce la sua conoscenza con Domenico Campagnola e Lambert Sustris: da quest’ultimo ricava le sue influenze nordiche, soprattutto nei paesaggi. Dopo un passaggio a Venezia, si trasferisce definitivamente a Roma, ove raggiunge la fama intorno agli anni 1570-1580. Con la sua pittura interpreta le istanze che compiacevano la tendenza della Controriforma, ispirandosi alla gentilezza raffaellesca e alle reminiscenze compositive e cromatiche venete. Il nostro dipinto incarna il linguaggio di Muziano, in cui il paesaggio, sintesi tra esperienze venete, fiamminghe e romane, assume valore espressivo rappresentando la dura e lodevole privazione inflittasi dal santo. Per l’evidente qualità, a nostro giudizio l'opera è da ritenersi realizzata dalla bottega del maestro, ovvero sotto la sua direzione e senza escluderne un suo parziale intervento, oppure realizzata dopo la sua morte da uno dei suoi allievi o seguaci più abili. Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1528 - Rome 1592) workshop/ follower Penitent St. Jerome Oil on copper 22,5 x 16,5 cm

        Lucas Aste
      • Girolamo Muziano (1532 Acquafredda-1592 Roma), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda
        Nov. 24, 2021

        Girolamo Muziano (1532 Acquafredda-1592 Roma), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda

        Est: €6,000 - €8,000

        affresco riportato su tela, W. 215 - H. 167 cm

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • Girolamo Muziano: Building of a Temple
        Nov. 18, 2021

        Girolamo Muziano: Building of a Temple

        Est: €600 - €800

        MUZIANO, GIROLAMO 1532 Brescia - 1592 Rome attributed Title: Building of a Temple. Technique: Pen, brown ink and aqaurelle, wash and heightened with white on paper. Mounting: Laminated on thin cardboard. Measurement: 40 x 46,3cm. Provenance: Private ownership, Germany.

        Van Ham Kunstauktionen
      • Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda, 1532 - Roma, 1592), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda
        Jun. 16, 2021

        Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda, 1532 - Roma, 1592), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda

        Est: €10,000 - €15,000

        affresco riportato su tela, cm 162x215

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO (cerchia di)
        Mar. 18, 2021

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (cerchia di)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        (Acquafredda, 1528/1532 - Roma, 1592) San Gerolamo Olio su tavola, cm 58X44 Girolamo Muziano, bresciano di nascita, ma romano d'adozione, nel 1560 entrava al servizio del cardinale Ippolito II d'Este, come responsabile dei grandi cantieri pittorici del Quirinale, di Montegiordano e di Villa d'Este a Tivoli. Questo breve indizio biografico è sufficiente per comprendere l'importante ruolo che ricoprì il pittore nel vivace ambiente artistico capitolino, con Federico Zuccari, Livio Agresti e Cesare Nebbia. A Roma il Muziano lascia testimonianze nei principali edifici di culto ed è indubbia la sua influenza sugli artefici contemporanei e delle successive generazioni, come Sebastiano del Piombo, Tiziano e Annibale Carracci. La tela in esame, d'alta qualità estetica ed esecutiva, raffigura un soggetto assai frequentato dal pittore e confacente al suo naturalismo di derivazione lombarda. Il protagonista è colto a figura intera, con il crocifisso e la pietra penitenziale. In basso a sinistra, scorgiamo i principali attributi iconografici: il leone e il cappello cardinalizio rosso porpora. Il rilievo plastico del santo inginocchiato al centro della scena si esprime attraverso un'attenta resa dei dettagli anatomici, secondo i principi del buon disegno tosco-romano, mentre il panneggio, che avvolge parte del busto e le gambe, presenta tonalità cangianti memori delle cromie di Girolamo Romanino e Alessandro Bonvicino; altresì il volto è desunto dai modelli di Girolamo Savoldo che del Muziano fu maestro. Si ricordano altre composizioni simili create dal pittore, prima fra tutte il San Gerolamo nel deserto dipinto per la Basilica Vaticana e ora in Santa Maria degli Angeli, ma la redazione più vicina è senz'altro quella proveniente dalla Chiesa di Santa Marta in Vaticano, datato dalla critica ai primi anni del sesto decennio per le strette analogie con le composizioni di Daniele da Volterra (cfr. P. Tosini, Girolamo Muziano, 1532-1592, dalla maniera alla natura, Roma 2008, pp. 320-323, n. A2).

        Wannenes Art Auctions
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO (BRESCIA 1528-1592 ROME) Étude pour La Décapitation de saint Jean Baptiste pierre noire, estompe, mise au carreau à la pierre noire 40,7 x 28,3 cm. (16 x 11 7/8 in.)
        May. 27, 2020

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (BRESCIA 1528-1592 ROME) Étude pour La Décapitation de saint Jean Baptiste pierre noire, estompe, mise au carreau à la pierre noire 40,7 x 28,3 cm. (16 x 11 7/8 in.)

        Est: €7,000 - €10,000

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (BRESCIA 1528-1592 ROME) Étude pour La Décapitation de saint Jean Baptiste pierre noire, estompe, mise au carreau à la pierre noire 40,7 x 28,3 cm. (16 x 11 7/8 in.)

        Christie's
      • Girolamo Muziano (Italian, 1528-1592) Study after Michelangelo's Rachel on the t
        Dec. 06, 2019

        Girolamo Muziano (Italian, 1528-1592) Study after Michelangelo's Rachel on the t

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        Girolamo Muziano (Italian, 1528-1592) Study after Michelangelo's Rachel on the tomb of Julius II; An ancient Roman holding fasces (recto and verso) Black chalk heightened with white on blue paper (recto); Black chalk (verso) 9-1/2 x 6-1/8 inches (24.3 x 15.6 cm) PROPERTY OF A NEW YORK ESTATE PROVENANCE: Nathaniel Hone (1718-1784) (his mark lower right corner); Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792) (his mark lower right corner); Michael Miller Lucy Vivante Fine Arts, Inc., New York, New York. LITERATURE: Lugt no. 2793 and no. 2364. The two collectors' marks stamped in the lower right corner of this sheet prove that two arch-enemies in the art world of 18th-century England once had something in common. Portraitists Nathaniel Hone and Sir Joshua Reynolds both admired this handsome drawing by Muziano enough to include it in their respective (sizable) drawing collections. Hone created a cause célèbre in 1775 when he submitted to the jury of the Royal Academy a painting called The Conjurer (Dublin, The National Gallery of Ireland), depicting a bearded Reynolds pointing a wand towards a fire which was kindled by an assortment of Old Master prints from which a framed oil painting emerged. Hone's meaning was that Reynolds cribbed motifs from Old Master sources to try and elevate his own work. Leaning over the Conjurer's knee was a portrait of a young girl meant to depict fellow Academician Angelica Kauffman, allegedly Reynolds' lover, and also an artist involved in various ambitious Reynolds' projects including the scheme to decorate St. Paul's Cathedral. The Academy rejected the painting on the grounds it was offensive to Kauffman. Hone's reputation suffered since many viewed his scandalous prank as basically sour grapes. HID01801242017

        Heritage Auctions
      • DESSINS
        Nov. 13, 2019

        DESSINS

        Est: €1,500 - €2,000

        "Sainte en prière" fusain rehaussé de craie blanche sur papier collé sur carton. Attribué à Girolamo Muziano. Ecole italienne, Rome. Epoque: XVIème. Portant en bas à droite le cachet de collection d'Hubert Marignane, L.5120. (*). Dim.:290x220mm.

        Vanderkindere
      • CORT, Cornelis. After Girolamo Muziano St Francis receives the stigmata in
        Oct. 19, 2019

        CORT, Cornelis. After Girolamo Muziano St Francis receives the stigmata in

        Est: €200 - €250

        CORT, Cornelis. After Girolamo Muziano St Francis receives the stigmata in the wilderness. Rome A. Lafreri; I. Orlandi 1567; 1602 Engraving, 42 x 54 cm, signed "C. Cort. f." and "Ioannis Orlandi formis Roma" (wide margins, sl. spotted, centerfold, 2 small perforations). Stuck by corners under passe-partout. Scenic landscape with cascading waterfalls functioning as the topographic setting for this religious subject. Later edition by Orlandi after Lafreri's first edition in 1567. Ref. New Hollstein (Cornelis Cort), 109.IV.

        Arenberg Auctions
      • Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda, 1532 - Roma, 1592), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda
        Jun. 12, 2019

        Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda, 1532 - Roma, 1592), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda

        Est: €14,000 - €16,000

        Affresco riportato su tela, cm 162x215

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532 – Roma 1592), Sacra Famiglia con San Giovannino
        Nov. 14, 2018

        Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532 – Roma 1592), Sacra Famiglia con San Giovannino

        Est: €25,000 - €30,000

        olio su tela, cm 117x88,5, "La tela in esame è un autografo sinora inedito di Girolamo Muziano, opera di ottima fattura e tra le più tipiche di questo artista per composizione e stesura pittorica. (...) L'opera appartiene senza dubbio a un periodo giovanile dell'artista, ai suoi esordi romani intorno alla metà degli anni Cinquanta: lo attestano gli stringenti confronti con le prime opere eseguite a Orvieto (...)" , nelle quali si ritrova "il medesimo linguaggio 'petroso' e monumentale della Sacra Famiglia. (...) La composizione e il tema dell'opera mostrano infine decise somiglianze con una incisione di Nicolas Beatrizet concepita su invenzione di Muziano, forse tratta da un dipinto perduto." Expertise Dott.ssa Patrizia Tosini

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO CERCHIA GIROLAMO MUZIANO CERCHIA Brescia 1532-Roma 1592 SANTANTONIO ABATE IN PREGHIERA | SANT'ANTONIO ABATE IN PRAYER
        May. 28, 2018

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO CERCHIA GIROLAMO MUZIANO CERCHIA Brescia 1532-Roma 1592 SANTANTONIO ABATE IN PREGHIERA | SANT'ANTONIO ABATE IN PRAYER

        Est: €800 - €1,200

        SantAntonio Abate in preghiera. Olio su tela, cm 114x91 | Saint Anthony Abbot in prayer. Oil on canvas, 114x91 cm

        Casa d'aste ARCADIA
      • After Girolamo Muziano
        Feb. 13, 2018

        After Girolamo Muziano

        Est: €12,000 - €18,000

        Da Girolamo Muziano VISIONE DI SANT'EUSTACHIO SAN GIOVANNI BATTISTA IN PREGHIERA NEL DESERTO coppia di dipinti a olio su tela, cm 132x101 (2) Bibliografia di riferimento P. Tosini, Girolamo Muziano. Dalla maniera alla natura, Roma 2008, pp. 261-269. I due dipinti derivano dalle incisioni di Cornelis Cort su invenzione di Girolamo Muziano facenti parte di una serie di almeno sei tavole con figure di santi eremiti in un paesaggio, eseguiti tra il 1573 e il 1577. Gia Karel van Mander nel suo Schilder-Boeck, ovvero il " Libro della Pittura' , pubblicato per la prima volta in Olanda nel 1604, attesta la grandissima diffusione di queste stampe soprattutto tra gli artisti, informazione confermata anche da Giovanni Baglione nella sua biografia dedicata a Girolamo Muziano, dove ricorda come fosse chiamato da tutti i pittori di Roma " il giovane de' paesi" (G. Baglione, Le vite de' pittori, scultori et architetti dal pontificato di Gregorio XIII del 1572 in fino a' tempi di Papa Urbano Ottavo nel 1642, Roma: Andrea Fei, 1642, p. ). E proprio tra gli specialisti di paesaggio attivi tra la fine del Cinquecento e l' inizio del Seicento va ricercato l' autore di questa coppia di dipinti, in particolare nell' ambito della colonia di fiamminghi gravitanti intorno a Paul Brill. I variopinti volatili, non presenti nelle stampe del Cort, e che vediamo invece inseriti in maniera un poco maldestra tra la vegetazione che fa da quinta scenica ai santi in preghiera, sono evidenti aggiunte, posteriori alla data di esecuzione del dipinto. After Girolamo Muziano vision of saint eustachio saint john baptist couple of paintings oil on canvas, cm 132x101 (2) Bibliografia di riferimento P. Tosini, Girolamo Muziano. Dalla maniera alla natura, Roma 2008, pp. 261-269. I due dipinti derivano dalle incisioni di Cornelis Cort su invenzione di Girolamo Muziano facenti parte di una serie di almeno sei tavole con figure di santi eremiti in un paesaggio, eseguiti tra il 1573 e il 1577. Gia Karel van Mander nel suo Schilder-Boeck, ovvero il "Libro della Pittura", pubblicato per la prima volta in Olanda nel 1604, attesta la grandissima diffusione di queste stampe soprattutto tra gli artisti, informazione confermata anche da Giovanni Baglione nella sua biografia dedicata a Girolamo Muziano, dove ricorda come fosse chiamato da tutti i pittori di Roma "il young man de' paesi" (G. Baglione, Le vite de' pittori, scultori et architetti dal pontificato di Gregorio XIII del 1572 in fino a' tempi di Papa Urbano Ottavo nel 1642, Roma: Andrea Fei, 1642, p. ). E proprio tra gli specialisti di paesaggio attivi tra la fine del Cinquecento e l'inizio del Seicento va ricercato l'autore di questa coppia di dipinti, in particolare nell'ambito della colonia di fiamminghi gravitanti intorno a Paul Brill. I variopinti volatili, non presenti nelle stampe del Cort, e che vediamo invece inseriti in maniera un poco maldestra tra la vegetazione che fa da quinta scenica ai santi in preghiera, sono evidenti aggiunte, posteriori alla data di esecuzione del dipinto.

        Pandolfini Casa d'Aste
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO | Study of a male nude, his head tilted downwards and his right hand partly outstretched 
        Jan. 31, 2018

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO | Study of a male nude, his head tilted downwards and his right hand partly outstretched 

        Est: $15,000 - $20,000

        Red chalk and stumping, squared for transfer in red chalk; bears numbering in black chalk, lower left: 69

        Sotheby's
      • Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome) Saint Agatha
        Jan. 30, 2018

        Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome) Saint Agatha

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome) Saint Agatha red chalk 7 ¾ x 4 ¾ in. (19.6 x 12 cm)

        Christie's
      • Girolamo Muziano - Contemplation of saint Francis
        Dec. 04, 2017

        Girolamo Muziano - Contemplation of saint Francis

        Est: €6,000 - €8,000

        Girolamo Muziano (Brescia, 1532 - Rome, 1592) Contemplation of saint Francis oil on canvas, cm 118x98. Framed

        Bertolami Fine Art s.r.l.
      • Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda, 1532 – Roma, 1592), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda
        Nov. 15, 2016

        Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda, 1532 – Roma, 1592), Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda

        Est: €20,000 - €25,000

        Affresco riportato su tela, cm 165x215

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO "Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda"
        Jun. 15, 2016

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO "Paesaggio nei pressi del Castello di Rocca Sinibalda"

        Est: €25,000 - €35,000

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO Brescia 1528 - Roma 1592 Landscape near Rocca Sinibalda Castle Affresco on thin canvas on panel cm 165 x 215 Defects  Provenance Private collection Rome

        Arte Roma Auctions
      • Girolamo Muziano (1528 - 1592)[ambito di], San Francesco in meditazione.
        Jun. 14, 2016

        Girolamo Muziano (1528 - 1592)[ambito di], San Francesco in meditazione.

        Est: €700 - €1,400

        Olio su tela. cm 73,5x60,5.

        Gonnelli Casa d'Aste
      • Girolamo Muziano (1528 - 1592)[attribuito a], Compianto ai piedi della croce.
        Jun. 14, 2016

        Girolamo Muziano (1528 - 1592)[attribuito a], Compianto ai piedi della croce.

        Est: €480 - €960

        Matita rossa e sfumino su carta beige con filigrana "colomba su tre monti in cerchio singolo sormontato da lettera R". mm 293x204.

        Gonnelli Casa d'Aste
      • Attribuito a Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532 – Roma 1592
        May. 26, 2016

        Attribuito a Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532 – Roma 1592

        Est: €5,000 - €8,000

        San Francesco in meditazione in un paesaggio

        Finarte Roma
      • Cerchia di Gerolamo Muziano (Brescia 1532 - Roma 1592)
        May. 19, 2015

        Cerchia di Gerolamo Muziano (Brescia 1532 - Roma 1592)

        Est: €700 - €1,000

        San Francesco d’Assisi riceve le Stigmate olio su tela, cm 78 x 56, entro antica cornice reca sigillo in cera lacca con stemma nobiliare non identificabile sul retro CIRCLE OF GIROLAMO MUZIANO (BRESCIA 1532 - ROME 1592) SAINT FRANCIS, OIL ON CANVAS 78 x 56 CM, WITH AN OLD FRAME

        Finarte Roma
      • Girolamo Muziano, 1528 - 1592, zug.
        Mar. 28, 2014

        Girolamo Muziano, 1528 - 1592, zug.

        Est: €5,000 - €7,000

        HEILIGER FRANZ VON ASSISI Öl auf Holz. 115 x 81 cm. Die hochformatige Tafel zeigt den Heiligen inmittein einer Waldlichtung an einer Tischplatte mit aufragendem Kreuz, welcher die Heilige Schrift, eine Geißel und einen Schädel trägt. Der Heilige mit seinen Stigmata aufweisenden Handflächen nach oben gerichtet vor diesem Altar stehend und in seiner Franziskanerkutte den Blick nach oben links richtend. Der Hintergrund als hügelige Landschaft mit dem die Heilige Schrift lesenden Franziskus, den Blick auf Christus als Seraphen im Himmel gerichtet. Weiter im Hintergrund eine kleine Kirche, wohl San Damiano in Assisi, wo dem Heiligen Franziskus Christus erschienen ist, der ihm gesagt haben soll „Franziskus, geh hin und stelle mein Haus wieder her, das, wie du siehst, schon ganz verfallen ist". (9500610)

        Hampel Fine Art Auctions
      • Girolamo Muziano, 1528 - 1592, zug.
        Dec. 12, 2013

        Girolamo Muziano, 1528 - 1592, zug.

        Est: €6,000 - €8,000

        HEILIGER FRANZ VON ASSISI Öl auf Holz. 115 x 81 cm. Die hochformatige Tafel zeigt den Heiligen inmittein einer Waldlichtung an einer Tischplatte mit aufragendem Kreuz, welcher die Heilige Schrift, eine Geißel und einen Schädel trägt. Der Heilige mit seinen Stigmata aufweisenden Handflächen nach oben gerichtet vor diesem Altar stehend und in seiner Franziskanerkutte den Blick nach oben links richtend. Der Hintergrund als hügelige Landschaft mit dem die Heilige Schrift lesenden Franziskus, den Blick auf Christus als Seraphen im Himmel gerichtet. Weiter im Hintergrund eine kleine Kirche, wohl San Damiano in Assisi, wo dem Heiligen Franziskus Christus erschienen ist, der ihm gesagt haben soll "Franziskus, geh hin und stelle mein Haus wieder her, das, wie du siehst, schon ganz verfallen ist". (9500610)

        Hampel Fine Art Auctions
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO (CIRCLE OF) (Acquafredda circa 1532-1592 Rome) St. Jerome.
        Jan. 29, 2013

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (CIRCLE OF) (Acquafredda circa 1532-1592 Rome) St. Jerome.

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (CIRCLE OF) (Acquafredda circa 1532-1592 Rome) St. Jerome. Pen and brown ink and light violet wash on cream laid paper. 145x85 mm; 5 3/4x3 3/8 inches. Ex-collection unknown collector, indiscernible ink stamp lower left recto.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Atelier de Gerolamo MUZIANO (Brescia 1532-Rome
        Jun. 06, 2012

        Atelier de Gerolamo MUZIANO (Brescia 1532-Rome

        Est: €5,000 - €8,000

        Atelier de Gerolamo MUZIANO (Brescia 1532-Rome 1592) Saint Jérôme dans le désert Huile sur panneau. 94 x 65 cm Oeuvres en rapport: Le tableau «Saint Jérôme pénitent» Bologne, Pinacothèque Nationale Les gravures de...

        Fraysse
      • Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome)
        Jul. 16, 2010

        Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome)

        Est: £5,000 - £8,000

        Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome) The Flagellation of Christ red chalk, partly squared in red chalk 8½ x 5¼ in. (20.5 x 13.5 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Circle of Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532-1592 Rome) Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi
        Nov. 24, 2009

        Circle of Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532-1592 Rome) Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi

        Est: -

        Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi oil on copper 35.6 x 27.7cm (14 x 10 7/8in).

        Bonhams
      • Circle of Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532-1592 Rome) Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi
        Sep. 15, 2009

        Circle of Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532-1592 Rome) Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi

        Est: £1,200 - £1,800

        Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi oil on copper 35.6 x 27.7cm (14 x 10 7/8in).

        Bonhams
      • GIROLAMO MUZIANO (BRESCIA 1528-1592 ROME)
        Jun. 23, 2009

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (BRESCIA 1528-1592 ROME)

        Est: €20,000 - €30,000

        GIROLAMO MUZIANO (BRESCIA 1528-1592 ROME) Christ bénissant et tenant un globe terrestre avec inscriptions 'Bartolomeo #15' sanguine, estompe, filigrane '...Gio. Paolo' 43 x 25,8 cm.

        Christie's
      • Circle of Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532-1592 Rome) Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi
        Apr. 21, 2009

        Circle of Girolamo Muziano (Acquafredda 1532-1592 Rome) Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi oil on copper 35.6 x 27.7cm (14 x 10 7/8in).

        Bonhams
      • Girolamo Muziano (Acquafreddo 1528 - 1592 Rome /
        Apr. 16, 2008

        Girolamo Muziano (Acquafreddo 1528 - 1592 Rome /

        Est: €5,000 - €7,000

        Girolamo Muziano (Acquafreddo 1528 - 1592 Rome / Roma), circle of / cerchia Saint Jerome / San Gerolamo, oil on canvas, 83 x 69 cm, framed, (Wo) We are grateful to Jan de Maere for suggesting Girolamo Muzia / Ringraziamo il Dott. Jan de Maere per l'indicazione a Girolamo Muzia Provenance: Viennese private collection

        Dorotheum
      • Christ calming the storm on the Sea of Galilee
        Apr. 19, 2007

        Christ calming the storm on the Sea of Galilee

        Est: $15,000 - $25,000

        Girolamo Muziano Brescia 1532-1592 Rome Christ calming the storm on the Sea of Galilee oil on copper 12 ¼ x 8 ½ in. 31.1 x 21.6 cm.

        Christie's
      • STUDIO OF GIROLAMO MUZIANO BRESCIA 1532 - 1592 ROME
        Apr. 20, 2004

        STUDIO OF GIROLAMO MUZIANO BRESCIA 1532 - 1592 ROME

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        oil on canvas SAINT FRANCIS RECEIVING THE STIGMATA

        Sotheby's
      • Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome)
        Jan. 22, 2004

        Girolamo Muziano (Brescia 1528-1592 Rome)

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        A rocky gorge with a mill black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash (slightly sunk), watermark three flowers 12 5/8 x 8 1/4 in. (320 x 210 mm.)

        Christie's
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