《卡洛·马拉蒂的油画作品》

古易画廊

纽约东76街17号

2017年10月26日至11月30日

Carlo Maratti (1625–1713)
The Sacrifice of Noah (framed)
Oil on canvas, oval
38 ¼ x 43 ¾ in. (97.2 x 111 cm.)

Portrait of Faustina Maratti Zappi (ca. 1679 - 1745) as St Margaret

Portrait of a Lady, probably the Artist's Daughter, Faustina Maratti Zappi (ca. 1679 - 1745), as St Margaret
oil on canvas
75.3 x 61.9 cm
 

Portrait of Francesca Gommi Maratti

Portrait of Francesca Gommi Maratti (1660 –1711), Wife of the Painter who Holds a Drawing Depicting Venus Forging the Arms of Cupid
Oil on canvas
98.5 x 74.5 cm.

Carlo Maratti
The Martyrdom of Saint Andrew
Oil on canvas
121.3 x 158.7 cm.
Generously lent by the Earl of Wemyss and March

Nicholas introducing Ian Kennedy for a special lecture on Carlo Maratti, October 28, 2017
photo credit: BFA

Ian Kennedy delivering a special lecture on Carlo Maratti, October 28, 2017
photo credit: BFA

Ian Kennedy delivering a special lecture on Carlo Maratti, October 28, 2017
photo credit: BFA

卡洛·马拉蒂 (1625–1713)
《诺亚献祭》(局部图)
布面油画,椭圆形画布
97.2 x 111 公分
摄影: Joshua Nefsky

卡洛·马拉蒂的油画作品

2017年10月26日至11月30日

古易画廊
纽约市东76街17号
邮编10021 

开幕酒会
10月26日(周四)下午5–9点

Nicholas Hall is delighted to announce the exhibition Paintings by Carlo Maratti, opening on October 26, 2017 to coincide with TEFAF New York. The exhibition will be the first dedicated to the painted works by Carlo Maratti (1625 - 1713), an artist who was as successful a painter as Bernini was a sculptor in Baroque Rome. Despite his art historical significance and international influence that extended well into the eighteenth century, Maratti is represented in very few US public collections, and not one in the New York area. This is a rare opportunity to see significant works by this distinguished painter. 

The exhibition will bring together a few paintings of varied subjects spanning Maratti’s career, highlighting a recent rediscovery of an early work, probably painted for the Odescalchi family. It is the prime version of a composition known from prints, preparatory drawings and a later replica in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth. Oval in format, and painted on a gallery scale, it represents the Old Testament scene of The Sacrifice of Noah. Dr. Stella Rudolph, author of the forthcoming monograph on Maratti, will contribute to the exhibition catalogue. 

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