17 juin 2018

The Prado opens the first major monographic exhibition on Lorenzo Lotto's portraits

MADRID.- The Museo del Prado is presenting the first major monographic exhibition on Lorenzo Lotto’s portraits. Lorenzo Lotto (Venice, 1480 – Loreto, 1557) was one of the most unique and fascinating artists of the Italian Cinquecento. His reputation has consistently grown among scholars and art lovers since Bernard Berenson devoted the first monograph to him, Lorenzo Lotto. An Essay in Constructive Criticism, published in 1895. Writing at the time of the emergence of Freudian psychoanalysis, Berenson saw Lotto as... [Lire la suite]
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23 mai 2017

Renaissance Venice. The Triumph of Beauty and the Destruction of Painting at Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

Palma Vecchio (Jacopo Negretti), Portrait of a young woman known as "La Bella", ca. 1518-20. Oil on canvas. 95 x 80 cm © Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid MADRID - From 20 June to 24 September 2017, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza is hosting Renaissance Venice. The Triumph of Beauty and the Destruction of Painting, an exhibition devoted to Venetian art of the sixteenth century – its first zenith – and featuring nearly 100 works by artists such as Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese, Bassano, Giorgione and Lotto. It sets out to show how the... [Lire la suite]
12 mars 2017

'The Poetry of Venetian Painting. Paris Bordone, Palma il Vecchio, Lorenzo Lotto, Titian' at Hamburger Kunsthalle

HAMBURG.- The Poetry of Venetian Painting pays tribute to the extensive oeuvre of Titian’s student Paris Bordone (1500–1571), showing his work in the context of outstanding Venetian contemporaries including Palma il Vecchio and Lorenzo Lotto. Bordone’s multifaceted major works are brought together here to create a showcase more extensive than has yet been presented in the German-speaking countries or anywhere else in the world. Featured are some 100 artworks, primarily paintings in larger formats, as well as drawings and prints... [Lire la suite]
18 janvier 2017

Exhibition seeks to analyse an important moment in the career of Lorenzo Lotto

BERGAMO.- Getting to know Lorenzo Lotto: two previously unattributed works, the story of their discovery, national and international loans dialoguing with the extraordinary paintings in the Carrara Academy collection and an itinerary around the city of Bergamo in a project detailing an artist who continues to amaze with every new review. The exhibition seeks to analyse an important moment in the career of Lorenzo Lotto (Venice 1480 ca. – Loreto 1556/57), a period that coincided with last years the painter spent... [Lire la suite]
08 décembre 2016

Great provenance & broad spectrum of buyers drive Old Masters Sale

Lot 12. Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1556), Portrait of an architect, possibly Giovanni Dal Coro, oil on canvas, 86 x 120 cm. Est. £200,000-300,000 / €224,000-336,000 / $246,000-369,000. Sold for £416,750 ($526,980) (€489,763) to a UK Private. Photo: Sotheby's. LONDON.- “Key to tonight’s success was the extraordinary provenance of a large proportion of the sale, with many of the works coming to the market for the first time, not just in decades but in centuries. The hunger of the market for such... [Lire la suite]
25 novembre 2016

Sotheby's London to offer Italian Renaissance and Dutch & Flemish Golden Age masterworks

Titian, and workshop, Pieve di Cadore circa 1485/90 - 1576 Venice, Portrait of Two Boys, Said to be Members of the Pesaro Family. oil on canvas, 91.5 x 77 cm. Est. £1-1.5 million / € 1,120,000-1,680,000 / US$ 1,230,000-1,850,000. Photo: Sotheby's. LONDON.- Early Italian paintings and Flemish masterworks have become two of the most desirable areas in the Old Masters market, often finding their way into wide-ranging collections, often alongside Contemporary Art. Sotheby’s Old Masters Evening sale in London on 7... [Lire la suite]

14 mars 2011

Lorenzo Lotto @ Scuderie del Quirinale

Lorenzo Lotto, Ritratto di Andrea Odoni, 1527: Hampton Court, Collezioni reali ROME.- Following the major monographic exhibitions devoted to Lorenzo Lotto in Venice in 1953 and in Bergamo, Paris and Washington in 1998, the Scuderie del Quirinale presents, for the very first time here in Rome, an exhibition covering the entire artistic output of this spectacular and solitary master of the Italian Renaissance who, leaving the tranquil provinces of the Veneto and Marche behind him, lived briefly in Rome itself, but the city showed at... [Lire la suite]
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07 février 2011

“Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland” @ Minneapolis Institute

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio), Venus Rising from the Sea, Oil on canvas, about 1520. National Gallery of Scotland, Acquired from the Trustees of the 7th Duke of Sutherland, partially in lieu of inheritance tax, with the aid of the Heritage Lottery Fund, The Art Fund (with a contribution from the Wolfson Foundation) and the Scottish Executive, 2003MINNEAPOLIS, MN.- The Minneapolis Institute of Arts , in conjunction with the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS), the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston,... [Lire la suite]
05 février 2011

Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480 - 1556 Loreto), Portrait of a Jeweler, Probably Giovanni Pietro Crivelli

Lot 110. Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480 - 1556 Loreto), Portrait of a Jeweler, Probably Giovanni Pietro Crivelli,oil on canvas, 30 3/8 by 25 1/4 in.; 77.2 by 64.1 cm. Estimate 250,000—350,000 USD. Lot Sold 578,500 USD. photo Sotheby's PROVENANCE: Richard von Kaufmann (1850-1908), Berlin and Charlottenberg, by 1901;His deceased sale, Berlin, Cassirer, Helbing, 4 December 1917, lot 57;Robert Koch, Frankfurt-am-Main, by 1925;With Goudstikker, Amsterdam, by 1934 (possibly on consignment from Koch, but not... [Lire la suite]
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10 janvier 2009

Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480 - 1556 Loreto), Ecce Homo

Lorenzo Lotto (Venice circa 1480 - 1556 Loreto), Ecce Homo oil on panel. 19 by 15 1/2 in.; 48.3 by 39.4 cm. Estimate 400,000—600,000 USD PROVENANCE: Probably in the collection of the Dukes of Mantua;Probably acquired from the above, via the dealer Santi Rota, in 1724 by Field Marshal, Count Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (1661-1747), and certainly in his collection by 1736;Sent by the above to his residence in Berlin, 12 September 1736;By descent to his nephew, Adolph Friedrich von der Schulenburg;Thence by descent... [Lire la suite]
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