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    • Maler aus dem Umkreis von Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, 1553 – 1608
      Mar. 26, 2021

      Maler aus dem Umkreis von Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, 1553 – 1608

      Est: €1,500 - €2,500

      HALBBILDNIS EINER DAME Öl auf Holz. 65 x 51 cm. In ebonisiertem Holzrahmen. Laut Vorbesitzertradition ist Margarete von Österreich (1480-1530) dargestellt. In Hinsicht auf physiognomische Ähnlichkeit könnte es sich auch um Anna von Österreich handeln. Die Fürstin im Halbbildnis nach links mit schwarzem habsburgisch-spanischen Kleid mit breiter, goldener Kettenbordüre, und fein gearbeitetem Spitzenhalskragen. Der dunkle Hintergrund seitlich durch grüne Vorhänge belebt. (1260023) (13)

      Hampel Fine Art Auctions
    • Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (1553-1608)-attributed
      Nov. 28, 2019

      Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (1553-1608)-attributed

      Est: €400 - €800

      Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (1553-1608)-attributed, Portrait of an aristocratic lady; oil on wooden panel, framed.

      Deutsch Auktionen
    • Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, Portrait of Prince Felipe Emmanuele?
      Jan. 24, 2015

      Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, Portrait of Prince Felipe Emmanuele?

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      PANTOJA DE LA CRUZ, Juan (1551 - 1608). Portrait of Prince Felipe Emmanuele (1586 - 1605) of Savoy, half length, wearing the badges and orders of the Annunziata and St. Mauricius and Lazarus. Madrid: 1604. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated center left: 'Pantoja de la + / 1604" and with inventory number lower right: 52686. Canvas size: 24 7/8 x 18 1/2 inches; framed size: 33 1/4 x 26 1/2 inches. The young, sweetly smiling face of the sitter, captured in remarkable detail, almost appears mismatched with the imposing suit of armor he wears for his portrait. Taken just one year before his tragic death at age nineteen, this half-length portrait of Prince Felipe Emmanuele of Savoy is one of few in existence of the would-be Duke of Savoy. Painted by the artist Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, the primary portrait painter to the royal family of Philip II and Philip III, the artist is of signal importance to the Mannerism aesthetic of portrait painting. Pantoja followed the Spanish tradition of Royal Portraits, initiated with the famous portrait of Charles V by Titian, a copy of which, made by Pantoja, is at the Escorial. Antonis Mor, Alonso Sanchez Coello and Pantoja himself continued the tradition. Though Pantoja?s work was often severely criticized by historians who were prejudiced against non-Italian portraiture, in his best works Pantoja achieved a level of sophistication with powerful contrast of light and shadow. His portraits are noted for the meticulous detail of the intricate embroidery of dresses and jewelry designs, and, as evidenced in this work, elaborate armor. The subject is usually portrayed standing against a dark background, with the face and hands depicted with a more flat and subtle technique. Among his most well known works is the portrait of Philip II wearing a cape and hat all in black, painted around 1594 for the Escorial. This portrait is one of the best representations of the idea of Spanish majesty, based on the remoteness of the monarch. On Philip II's death in 1598, Philip III confirmed Pantoja's status as court painter. When the court settled in Valladolid in 1601, Pantoja moved to the new capital, remaining in this city for several years. The subject of this painting, Felipe Emmanuele of Savoy, was the eldest son of Carlo Emmanuele, Duke of Savoyand the Infanta Dona Catalina Micaela of Austria, daughter of King Philip II of Spain. Felipe Emmanuele died unmarried in 1605, just prior to his nineteenth birthday. With his death his younger brother Vittorio Amadeo succeeded his father as Duke of Savoy in 1630, having married Princess Christina (1606-1663), daughter of King Henry IV of France, on February 10th 1619. There is a three-quarter length portrait of Felipe Emmanuele in Bilbao, Museo de Bellas Artes.

      Arader Galleries
    • Property from the estate of Martin B. Retting
      Apr. 21, 2010

      Property from the estate of Martin B. Retting

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      A portrait of a gentleman, bust-length, wearing a lace ruff oil on copper 14 1/4 x 11 3/4in (36.2 x 29.8cm)

      Bonhams
    • Juan Pantoja de la Cruz , Madrid 1551 - 1608 Portrait of Prince Felipe Emmanuele (1586-1605) of Savoy, half length, wearing the badges of the orders of the Annunziata and St. Mauricius and Lazarus oil on canvas
      Jul. 09, 2009

      Juan Pantoja de la Cruz , Madrid 1551 - 1608 Portrait of Prince Felipe Emmanuele (1586-1605) of Savoy, half length, wearing the badges of the orders of the Annunziata and St. Mauricius and Lazarus oil on canvas

      Est: £15,000 - £20,000

      signed and dated centre left: pantoja de la +/ 1604 and with inventory number lower right: 52686 oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • Studio of Juan Pantoja de la Cruz Portrait of Elegant Lady Oil
      Nov. 16, 2004

      Studio of Juan Pantoja de la Cruz Portrait of Elegant Lady Oil

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Studio of Juan Pantoja de la Cruz Spanish, 1551-1608 A Portrait of an Elegant Lady in a White Ruff oil on canvas 22 3/4 x 18 3/4 inches ( 57.8 x 47.6 cm )

      Bonhams
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