Attribué à Michele Desubleo  (Vers 1601 - vers 1676) David et la tête de Goliath

Toile. 119,5 x 83,5 cm. Estimation : 10 000 / 12 000 €

Vente du Mercredi 17 juin 2009. Tableaux, Bijoux, Argenterie, Extrème Orient, Mobilier & Objets d'Art. Kapandji Morhange - Paris

Michele Desubleo (1602 - 1676), also called Michele Fiammingo (Flemish) or Michele di Giovanni de Sobleau, was a Flemish painter active in Central and North Italy during the Baroque era.

Born in Maubeuge and died in Parma. He worked in Rome, Venice (with the stepbrother Nicolas Régnier), Bologna (in the studio of Guido Reni), and Florence.

Among his paintings are a Holy family and angels painter for the church of Santa Maria Assunta in Borgo Panigale, Tancred and Herminia in the Uffizi, Hercules and Omphalos in the Pinacoteca di Siena, Saint Francis in ecstasy, an altarpiece for the Church of Saint Francis in Sassuolo, and A view of the Duomo of Dresden with the castle and the bridge of Augusto in the Pinacoteca Giovanni and Marella Agnelli of Turin. DeSubleo has also been accredited for the piece "St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness" on permanent display at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin City. (Wikipedia)