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Artemisia Gentileschi

Portrait of a seated lady, three-quarter length, in an elaborate and gold-embroidered costume, possibly Caterina Savelli, Principessa di Albano

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Property from the Collection of J.E. Safra

Artemisia Gentileschi

Artemisia Gentileschi

Portrait of a seated lady, three-quarter length, in an elaborate and gold-embroidered costume, possibly Caterina Savelli, Principessa di Albano

Portrait of a seated lady, three-quarter length, in an elaborate and gold-embroidered costume, possibly Caterina Savelli, Principessa di Albano

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2,000,000 - 3,000,000 USD

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Artemisia Gentileschi

Rome 1593 - after 1654 Naples

Portrait of a seated lady, three-quarter length, in an elaborate and gold-embroidered costume, possibly Caterina Savelli, Principessa di Albano


oil on canvas

canvas: 51 1/4 by 38 5/8 in.; 130.2 by 98.1 cm. 

framed: 58 3/4 by 46 in.; 149 by 116.8 cm. 


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J・E・薩富拉收藏

阿爾泰米西婭・簡提列斯基

1593年生於羅馬,1654年卒於拿坡里

《身穿華麗金繡袍的女子四分三半身坐像,可能為阿爾巴諾公主嘉特蓮娜・薩維利》


油彩畫布

畫布:51 1/4 x 38 5/8 英寸;130.2 x 98.1 公分

連框:58 3/4 x 46 英寸;149 x 116.8 公分

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Sir Foster Cunliffe, Bt., Acton Hall, Wrexham, no. 25;
His deceased sale ("Sold by Order of the Trustees"), London, Sotheby's, 1 February 1950, lot 135, for £40 to Wollheim (as Sustermans);
Richard Wollheim, Esq., London;
Mrs. James Hasson;
By whom sold, London, Christie's, 20 February 1981, lot 92 (as J. Sustermans);
With Trafalgar Galleries, London, 1983;
Barbara Piasecka Johnson Foundation, Princeton, from 1987;
Anonymous sale ("The Property of a Private Collector"), London, Sotheby's, 8 July 1999, lot 73;
There acquired.
Trafalgar Galleries at the Royal Academy Ill, exhibition catalogue, London 1983, pp. 70-73, cat. no. 27, reproduced in color;
M.D. Garrard, Artemisia Gentileschi, New Jersey 1989, p. 378, under Appendix A, no. 4; 
G. Papi, in Artemisia, exhibition catalogue, Florence 1991, p. 157, under cat. no. 21, reproduced fig. 89 (know from photographs, as "Artemisia Gentileschi(?)");
A. Guite, in Artemisia, exhibition catalogue, New York, Richard L. Feigen & Co., Inc., 1998;
R.W. Bissell, Artemisia Gentileschi and the Authority of Art, Pennsylvania State University, 1999, p. 237, cat. no. 26, reproduced fig. 120 (the author who gives an extensive bibliography dates it to 1630);
F. Solinas, “Ritorno a Roma, 1620-1627,” in Artemisia Gentileschi. Storia di una passione, exhibition catalogue, Milan 2011, pp. 83, 86-87, reproduced fig. 2 (as ''Portrait of Princess Caterina Savelli”, and dated to the spring of 1620);
Artemisia Gentileschi. Pouvoir, gloire et passions d'une femme peintre,” exhibition catalogue, Paris 2012, pp. 88, 96-97, reproduced in color;
A. Grassi, Artemisia Gentileschi, Pisa-Ospedaletto 2017, pp. 172-175, reproduced. 
London, Trafalgar Galleries, Trafalgar Galleries at the Royal Academy III, October 1983, no. 27;
New York, Richard L. Feigen & Company, Inc., Artemisia, 15 June – 23 April 1998;
Paris, Musée Maillol, Artemisia Gentileschi. Pouvoir, gloire et passions d'une femme peintre, 14 March – 15 July 2012, no. 15.