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Lot 97: Holy Family

Est: €30,000 EUR - €35,000 EURPassed
Arte Movi AuctionsMarch 23, 2024San Giorgio Bigarello, Italy

Item Overview

Description

Oil and tempera painting on wood depicting the "Holy Family", dating back to the first quarter of the 16th century. The work is attributed to a Genoese painter belonging to Joos Van Cleve's circle (Kleve, 1485 – Antwerp, 1540), and accompanied by expertise by Dr. Mia Alsina. Accompanied by a large, richly crafted frame dating back to the 18th century. Measures: 64.5 x 48.5 cm

Dimensions

64,5 x 48,5 cm

Artist or Maker

Literature

Expertise by Dr. Mia Alsina

Provenance

Genoa

Payment & Shipping

Payment

Accepted forms of payment: American Express, COD (cash on delivery), MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer

Shipping

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Auction Details

Auction 2 - Old Masters Paintings, Antique Objects and Sculptures

by
Arte Movi Auctions
March 23, 2024, 10:30 AM CET

Via Legnaghese 30, San Giorgio Bigarello, Mantova, 46051, IT

Terms

Live bidding may start higher or lower

Buyer's Premium

€0 - 5,000:33.0%
€5,001 - 200,000:30.0%
€200,001+:25.0%

Bidding Increments

From:To:Increment:
€0€49€10
€50€199€20
€200€499€50
€500€999€100
€1,000€1,999€200
€2,000€4,999€500
€5,000€9,999€1,000
€10,000€19,999€2,000
€20,000€49,999€5,000
€50,000€99,999€10,000
€100,000€199,999€20,000
€200,000€499,999€50,000
€500,000€999,999€100,000
€1,000,000€1,999,999€200,000
€2,000,000€4,999,999€500,000
€5,000,000€9,999,999€1,000,000
€10,000,000€19,999,999€2,000,000
€20,000,000€49,999,999€5,000,000
€50,000,000+€10,000,000

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18. The resale right will be borne by the seller pursuant to art. 152 of Law 22.04.1941 n. 633 as replaced by art. 10 of the Legislative Decree. 13.02.2006 n. 118, where applicable.

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20. These Conditions of Sale are governed by Italian law and are accepted in full, without any
reserve, by all subjects participating in the auction (even remotely, via telephone, via internet, via
applications). In the event of translation of the Conditions of Sale into another language, the Conditions of Sale in the Italian text will prevail and remain valid and binding.
Any dispute relating to the auction sales activity at Arte Movi is settled with the competent bodies.


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will be used with paper and electronic means, in order to fully and integrally execute the contractual obligations between the parties, the sales contracts stipulated by the company itself, as well as for the pursuit of any other service inherent to the corporate purpose of Arte Movi. To execute the contracts, the provision of data is mandatory, while for other purposes it is optional and will be requested with appropriate methods.
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www.artemovi-auctions.com. Registration for auctions could allow Arte Movi - unless interested parties opt out - to send catalogs of subsequent auctions and other information material relating to its activities.

22. Any communication relating to the sale must be made by certified email or registered letter with return receipt. addressed to Arte Movi, via Leone Pancaldo, 68 - 37138 Verona (VR).

Article 10 - C.I.T.E.S Regulation (Council Regulation (EC) No 338/97)
With reference to the finds consisting in part or in whole of materials belonging to the species of fauna and flora threatened with extinction protected by the Washington Convention on International Trade (C.I.T.E. S.), the finds covered by the
this mandate will be subject to verification of the documentation provided by the contractor and/or the release of the pre-CITES appraisal and/or certificate, which will be provided or requested in the name and on behalf of the contractor.
In the absence of the necessary documentation they will not be offered for sale.
(Article 8 of Reg.338/1997 - Provisions relating to the control of commercial activities provides in fact in art. 1: "The purchase, offer to purchase, acquisition in any form for commercial purposes, public display for commercial purposes, use for profit and alienation, as well as the possession, offering or transport for alienation purposes, of specimens of the species covered by the aforementioned Regulation."

Shipping conditions

Arte Movi will receive the Goods covered by this mandate in the premises of San Giorgio Bigarello (MN) Via Legnaghese 30, based on the agreements between the parties.
The shipment and transport of the Goods until delivery to the premises of Via Legnaghese 30 - San Giorgio Bigarello (MN) or to the place indicated by the Principal in all cases of return of the Good, are at the care and expense of the Principal and under his
liability, even if the Carrier was found by Arte Movi and the transport costs were anticipated by it.
The Principal expressly exempts Arte Movi from any liability for any risks and damages during transport; and therefore the relevant insurance will always be borne by the Principal.
Arte Movi declares that the risk of loss or damage to the Goods, entrusted to it for sale and stored at the premises in Via Legnaghese 30, San Giorgio Bigarello (MN), are covered by a suitable insurance policy.
The liability towards the Principal in relation to each of these Goods will subsist until the sale of the Goods is completed; or, in the case of non-sale, until the return of the same Goods to the Principal.
In the latter case, the responsibility for the custody of Arte Movi will in any case end upon expiry of the deadline granted to the Principal for the collection of the unsold Goods (except as provided in the following §§ 7.4 and 7.5).
In the event of loss and/or damage and/or theft of one or more Goods during the period in which Arte Movi is responsible for their safekeeping, Arte Movi will pay the Principal an amount not exceeding: (I) the price of award, if the Property has been sold; (II) to the Reserve (as defined below), if the Good remains unsold or if the Good is not offered for sale.
The above, in each case net of the sales commission (in the case of Goods sold) and expenses.
No further damage will be due by Arte Movi to the Principal. Arte Movi is excluded from any liability, in any capacity, where the damaged Goods have been packaged or transported by the Principal.

Under no circumstances will Arte Movi be responsible for the loss or damage to the Goods occurring following any intervention (including restoration work, on frames and cleaning) by third parties appointed by Arte Movi with the consent of the Principal, or for loss or damage caused or arising, directly or indirectly, from: (a) changes in humidity or temperature; (b) normal wear and tear or gradual deterioration resulting from interventions on the Goods and/or from hidden faults or defects (including woodworms); (c) acts of terrorism; (d) war, nuclear fission, radioactive contamination, chemical, biochemical or electromagnetic weapons; (e) processing errors arising from any cause; (f) failure to collect the unsold Goods pursuant to art. 7.4 and 7.5.
Arte Movi will not be responsible in any case: (I) for the deterioration that the Goods may suffer due to agents
atmospheric, for natural alterations including restorations or old paint, for moths and parasites, for mechanical or electrical failures of devices that are an integral part of the Goods; (II) damage to the gilding of the frames, nor to the frames themselves when made of tablet or plaster.

With reference to the Goods containing and/or consisting of books and/or other paper goods, the Principal expressly exempts Arte Movi from any liability in the event of: damage to the binding, and/or stains, and/or woodworm holes, and/or trimmed papers or tables and/or any other defect that does not affect the completeness of the text and/or illustrative apparatus; lack of table indexes, and/or blank sheets, and/or insertions, and/or supplements and appendices subsequent to the publication of the work.
With reference to the Goods containing paintings, prints and the like, the Principal expressly exempts Arte Movi from any liability for any damage to the frames and/or glass, where they do not independently constitute one of the Goods, or are presented as merely forming part of one of the Goods and therefore have no independent value.

Shipping conditions

Arte Movi will receive the Goods covered by this mandate in the premises of San Giorgio Bigarello (MN) Via Legnaghese 30, based on the agreements between the parties.
The shipment and transport of the Goods until delivery to the premises of Via Legnaghese 30 - San Giorgio Bigarello (MN) or to the place indicated by the Principal in all cases of return of the Good, are at the care and expense of the Principal and under his
liability, even if the Carrier was found by Arte Movi and the transport costs were anticipated by it.
The Principal expressly exempts Arte Movi from any liability for any risks and damages during transport; and therefore the relevant insurance will always be borne by the Principal.
Arte Movi declares that the risk of loss or damage to the Goods, entrusted to it for sale and stored at the premises in Via Legnaghese 30, San Giorgio Bigarello (MN), are covered by a suitable insurance policy.
The liability towards the Principal in relation to each of these Goods will subsist until the sale of the Goods is completed; or, in the case of non-sale, until the return of the same Goods to the Principal.
In the latter case, the responsibility for the custody of Arte Movi will in any case end upon expiry of the deadline granted to the Principal for the collection of the unsold Goods (except as provided in the following §§ 7.4 and 7.5).
In the event of loss and/or damage and/or theft of one or more Goods during the period in which Arte Movi is responsible for their safekeeping, Arte Movi will pay the Principal an amount not exceeding: (I) the price of award, if the Property has been sold; (II) to the Reserve (as defined below), if the Good remains unsold or if the Good is not offered for sale.
The above, in each case net of the sales commission (in the case of Goods sold) and expenses.
No further damage will be due by Arte Movi to the Principal. Arte Movi is excluded from any liability, in any capacity, where the damaged Goods have been packaged or transported by the Principal.

Under no circumstances will Arte Movi be responsible for the loss or damage to the Goods occurring following any intervention (including restoration work, on frames and cleaning) by third parties appointed by Arte Movi with the consent of the Principal, or for loss or damage caused or arising, directly or indirectly, from: (a) changes in humidity or temperature; (b) normal wear and tear or gradual deterioration resulting from interventions on the Goods and/or from hidden faults or defects (including woodworms); (c) acts of terrorism; (d) war, nuclear fission, radioactive contamination, chemical, biochemical or electromagnetic weapons; (e) processing errors arising from any cause; (f) failure to collect the unsold Goods pursuant to art. 7.4 and 7.5.
Arte Movi will not be responsible in any case: (I) for the deterioration that the Goods may suffer due to agents
atmospheric, for natural alterations including restorations or old paint, for moths and parasites, for mechanical or electrical failures of devices that are an integral part of the Goods; (II) damage to the gilding of the frames, nor to the frames themselves when made of tablet or plaster.

With reference to the Goods containing and/or consisting of books and/or other paper goods, the Principal expressly exempts Arte Movi from any liability in the event of: damage to the binding, and/or stains, and/or woodworm holes, and/or trimmed papers or tables and/or any other defect that does not affect the completeness of the text and/or illustrative apparatus; lack of table indexes, and/or blank sheets, and/or insertions, and/or supplements and appendices subsequent to the publication of the work.
With reference to the Goods containing paintings, prints and the like, the Principal expressly exempts Arte Movi from any liability for any damage to the frames and/or glass, where they do not independently constitute one of the Goods, or are presented as merely forming part of one of the Goods and therefore have no independent value.