拍品 47
  • 47

洛倫佐·巴爾迪塞拉·帖波洛

估價
16,000 - 18,000 USD
已售出
11,250 USD
招標截止

描述

  • Lorenzo Baldissera Tiepolo
  • 正面:《方尖塔下的東方人物》
    背面:《二人像》
  • 款識:具藍色墨水標記 N 319
  • 黑色粉筆、褐色墨水鋼筆及墨水渲染(正面和背面)
  • 11 3/8 x 8 3/4 英寸;290 x 224 毫米

來源

Bears two unidentified collector's marks (L.881a and L.1226)
Sold: St. Priest, Paris, January 7, 1920;
Pierre Geismar, Paris (L.2078b)
his sale: Lasquin/Bien, Paris, November 15, 1928, lot 125 (as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo)
Acquired at this sale by Georges-Jules Prat  (1886-1951)
By inheritance to Louis-Antoine and Veronique Prat, Paris (L.3617)
Sold: Paris, December 5, 1984 (as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo)
Sold: Sotheby's, London, July 3, 1989, lot 123
Acquired at the above sale by A. Alfred Taubman

出版

Professor Roger-Adolf d'Hulst et al., Dessins du XV au XVIII siècles dans les collections privées de Belgique, exh. cat., Brussels, 1983, under no. 75

拍品資料及來源

Lorenzo Tiepolo was the youngest son of Giambattista Tiepolo and brother to Giandomenico Tiepolo.  As a young boy Lorenzo accompanied his father to Würzburg to assist him and his brother and it was there that he learned his craft, making copies after his father's drawings.  He returned to Venice in 1753 where he remained until he left for Spain in 1762.

This handsome and dynamic early drawing is inspired by Giambattista Tiepolo's series of etchings known as Scherzi di Fantasia.  The dating of the etchings has been much debated, but they are generally believed to have been conceived and executed in the late 1740s and into the 1750s.  Drawings by the elder Tiepolo that relate to this series are in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (G. Knox, Tiepolo Drawings in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1960, nos. 106-128, reproduced).

A very similar drawing by Lorenzo Tiepolo is in a Belgian private collection (see d'Hulst, op. cit., no. 75).  The seated figure that appears at the lower left of the present sheet is seen on the lower right of the Belgian drawing.  A drawing by Giambattista Tiepolo inscribed N.315, in the same hand, now in the Morgan Library (inv. 1983.47), was formerly in the collection of Janos Scholz (Venice, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Disegni veneti della collezione Janos Scholz, 1957, no. 68, reproduced).

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