oil on canvas. 82.2 x 64.5cm (32 3/8 x 25 3/8in)..unframed. Sold for £13,200
Footnote: We are grateful to Dott.ssa Francesca Baldassari for confirming the attribution to Marinari on the basis of photographs. The present painting is a fine example of Marinari's work and can be compared to the Apollo holding a lyre offered at Sotheby's London, 14 December 2000, lot 195. The sensitively modelled skin tones and drapery show Marinari at his closest to his cousin and teacher Carlo Dolci (1616-1687).
Bonhams. Old Master Paintings, 3 Dec 2008. New Bond Street. Copyright © 2002-2009 Bonhams 1793 Ltd., Images and Text All Rights Reserved
Onorio Marinari (1627 - January 5, 1715) was an Italian painter and printmaker of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence. His father, Sigismondo di Pietro Marinari, was also a painter, and he trained with his cousin, Carlo Dolci, later being also influenced by Simone Pignoni and Francesco Furini. His fresco in the Palazzo Capponi, Florence, is dated 1707. In 1674 he
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