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Gabriele Renzi (active in Rome 1637-1670) and Francesco Contini

Princess Anna Colonna Barberini (1601-1658)

Estimate:

150,000 - 200,000 USD

Property from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Gabriele Renzi (active in Rome 1637-1670) and Francesco Contini

Gabriele Renzi (active in Rome 1637-1670) and Francesco Contini

Princess Anna Colonna Barberini (1601-1658)

Princess Anna Colonna Barberini (1601-1658)

Estimate:

150,000 - 200,000 USD

Lot sold:

163,800

USD

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Property from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Gabriele Renzi (active in Rome 1637-1670) and Francesco Contini

circa 1658-61

Princess Anna Colonna Barberini (1601-1658)


Inscribed: 

ANNAE COLVMNAE BARBERINAE HVIVS. CAENOBII. FVNDATRICIS. EFFIGIEM QVAM.IN.AERE.SPIRANTEM.VIDES NICOLAVS. BARBERININVS. CONGRAGATIONIS. ORATORI PRAESBITER. FILIVS. ET. HAERES. POSVIT. IMAGINEM. ALTERAM. IPSA.VIRTVTIBVS. AETERNAVIT. RELIGIONE. PRVDENTIA. PVDCITIA. MATRONALI GENTILIS. COLVMNAE. LAVDE. CONSTANTIA ET. BENIFCENTIA. BARBERINA SED.VIVAS. QVOQVE. IMAGINES. RELIQVIT.SVI TVM. SACRAM. ET. PVRPVRATAM. TVM. PRINCIPATV. ET. SERENISSIMO. DIADEMATE. INSIGNEM. SOBOLEM. EXPRESSIORES QVIA. SANGVINE. ET. EDVCATIONE. COLORATAS

gilt bronze and black marble

height of figure: 31 3/4in.; 80.5 cm.

width of figure: 25 1/2in.; 65 cm.

depth of figure: 23 in.; 58.5 cm.

the epitaph: 34 by 35 1/2in.; 86.5 by 90 cm.


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Albright-Knox 藝術畫廊館藏

加布埃列・蘭齊(1637 - 1670年活躍於羅馬)及弗朗契斯科・康提尼

《安娜・科隆那・巴貝里尼公主(1601 - 1658年)》


年份約1658 - 61

款識:底座刻拉丁語銘文

銅鎏金及黑色大理石

銅像高:31 3/4 英寸;80.5 公分

銅像寬:25 1/2 英寸;65 公分

銅像深:23 英寸;58.5 公分

底座:34 x 35 1/2 英寸;86.5 x 90 公分

To request a condition report, please contact Alison MacQueen (Alison.MacQueen@Sothebys.com)

Please note the new estimate of $150,000-200,000
Church of Santa Maria Regina Coeli, Rome (church closed in 1870);
Palazzo Barberini, Rome, after 1877;
Acquired from the above by Joseph Brummer, New York, early 20th century;
Acquired from the above by the Albright Art Gallery, 1946
Filippo Titi, Studio di Pittura, Scultura, et Architettura, nelle chiese di Roma, Rome, 1674, 1763 ed. P. 32;
Antonio Nibby, Roma, nell'anno 1838, 1839;
William Wetmore Story, Roba Di Rom, United Kingdom, Chapman and Hall, 1863;
Vincenzo Forcella, Iscrizioni della Chiese e d’altri Edificii di Roma, XI, Rome, 1877, p. 545;
Steven A. Nash, The Albright-Knox Gallery, Paintings and Sculpture from Antiquity to 1942, no. 97; 
“Anna Colonna Barberini,” in The Art Quarterly, Summer, vol. IX, 1946, pp. 271 and 273, no. 3 (illus. P. 270);
Buffalo Evening News Magazine, 12 October 1946 (illus.);
Katharine B. Nielson, “A Portrait Bust of Princess Anna Colonna Barberini” in Buffalo Fine Arts Academy Albright Art Gallery, Gallery Notes, vol. XI, January 1947, no. 2, pp. 3-21; Pallas, XI, 1947, no. 3, p. 25; H. Swarzenski, Phoebus, II, 1948, no. 1, p. 38;
Andrew C. Ritchie, Catalogue of Paintings and Sculpture in the Permanent Collection, Albright Art Gallery, 1949, pp. 158-159 (illus.), 203, no. 77;
Pio Pecchiai, I Barberini, Archivi d’Italia e Rassegna Internazionale degli Archivi, Rome, 1959, p. 181 (illus.);
C.D. Onofrio, Roma nel Seicento, Rome, 1968, p. 127 (reprint 1660 guidebook to Rome by Fioravante Martinelli);
Giuseppe Sacchi Lodispoto, “Anna Colonna Barberini e il suo Monumento nel Monastero di Regina Coeli” in Strenna dei Romanisti, XLIII, April 1982, p. 46-478 (illus.);
Marilyn Dunn, “Piety and Patronage in Seicento Rome: Two Noblewomen and Their Convents” in  The Art Bulletin, vol. 76, no. 4, 1994, pp. 644–663;
Caroline Castiglione and Suzanne Scanlan, “Death Did Not Become Her: Unconventional Women and the Problem of Female Commemoration in Early Modern Rome” in Early Modern Women, vol. 11, no. 2, Arizona State University, 2017, pp. 59–93

 

New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Art Gallery, Paintings and Sculpture from the Albright Art Gallery, 1961