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Jacopo di Cione

Madonna Nursing the Christ Child with Saints Lawrence and Margaret; Predella: the Man of Sorrows, Mater Dolorosa, and Saint John the Evangelist, with two coats of arms

Estimate:

300,000

to
- 500,000 USD

Jacopo di Cione

Jacopo di Cione

Madonna Nursing the Christ Child with Saints Lawrence and Margaret; Predella: the Man of Sorrows, Mater Dolorosa, and Saint John the Evangelist, with two coats of arms

Madonna Nursing the Christ Child with Saints Lawrence and Margaret; Predella: the Man of Sorrows, Mater Dolorosa, and Saint John the Evangelist, with two coats of arms

Estimate:

300,000

to
- 500,000 USD

Lot sold:

189,000

USD

Jacopo di Cione

Documented in Florence 1365 - 1398

Madonna Nursing the Christ Child with Saints Lawrence and Margaret; Predella: the Man of Sorrows, Mater Dolorosa, and Saint John the Evangelist, with two coats of arms


bears two coats of arms, possibly the Bonciani and Pollia families, in the lower predella

tempera and gold ground on panel, with a shaped top, in an engaged frame

central panel: 17 ⅞ by 13 ½ in.; 45.5 by 34.3 cm.

predella: 1 ½ by 15 ⅛ in.; 3.8 by 38.5 cm. 

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With Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 1927;
With A.L. Mayer, Munich;
Pardo collection, Paris, 1966 - 1968;
Anonymous sale, London, Christie's, 9 December 1988, lot 7 (as Master of the Ashmolean Museum Predella);
There acquired by Harari and Johns, Ltd.;
From whom acquired, 1989.

The lot is being offered for sale pursuant to an agreement between the consignor and the heir of August Liebmann Mayer. This resolves any dispute over ownership of the work and title will pass to the buyer free from claim.

B. Berenson, "Quadri senza casa-Il trecento Fiorentino II," in Dedalo, XI, 1930-1931, pp. 1056-1057, reproduced (as Jacopo di Cione[?]);
B. Berenson, Homeless Paintings of the Renaissance, Bloomington, IN 1969, p. 106, reproduced (as possibly Jacopo di Cione);
M. Boskovits, Pittura Fiorentina alla Vigilia del Rinascimento 1370-1400, 1975, p. 372 (as the design possibly by Jacopo di Cione);
R. Offner, A Critical and Historical Corpus of Florentine Painting.  The Fourteenth Century, Supplement, A Legacy of Attribution, 1981, p. 54, reproduced fig. 123 (as the Master of the Vatican Coronation).  
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, on loan, September - December 2006.