拍品 18
  • 18

多米尼克·坎帕紐拉

估價
25,000 - 35,000 USD
已售出
16,250 USD
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描述

  • Domenico Campagnola
  • 《風景中的人物及動物》
  • 褐色墨水鋼筆,黑色墨水鋼筆勾邊
  • 9 1/2 x 14 5/8 英寸;243 x 373 毫米

來源

Bears unidentified collector’s mark (L.2179a)
Jacques Tardieu, Marseille (L.1541a)
Dr. Michel Gaud
Sold: Sotheby's, Monaco, June 20, 1987, lot 73
Acquired at the above sale by A. Alfred Taubman

拍品資料及來源

Domenico Campagnola, a pupil of Giulio Campagnola, trained in early 16th-century Venice under the influence of Titian and Giorgione.  An engraver as well as a draughtsman, his drawings share a strong compositional vocabulary with that of the print.  Campagnola's landscape drawings, with a strong emphasis on linearity, display an awareness of leading Northern printmakers, including Albrecht Dürer.

Campagnola's landscapes emerge as his most influential artistic legacy and the present sheet is a fine example of his skill in this genre.  The medium of pen and brown ink takes us through an undulating terrain where cattle and herders occupy the lower left foreground and mountains dominate the left horizon.  Campagnola's distinct truncated lines are used to build up his composition and only deviate to form loops and curls when denoting foliage.  Whilst using a somewhat formulaic line, similar to the printing technique, the result achieved in his drawings is never static.  This is a particularly harmonious and vibrant example where the composition pulsates with an electric energy.

Comparable landscape drawings are in the Devonshire Collection at Chatsworth, notably numbers 264 and 269, which are both stylistically close to the present sheet (Michael Jaffé, The Devonshire Collection of Italian Drawings: Venetian and North Italian Schools, London, 1994, p. 53, no. 264 and p. 55, no. 269). Another similar landscape is at Christ Church, Oxford (J. Byam Shaw, Drawings by Old Masters at Christ Church Oxford, 2 vols, Oxford, 1976, vol. I, cat no. 725, vol. II, pl. 426).

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