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Jan van der Straet, known as Giovanni Stradano, or Stradanus
PORTRAIT OF ALESSANDRO ALLORI (1535–1607)
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Jan van der Straet, known as Giovanni Stradano, or Stradanus
PORTRAIT OF ALESSANDRO ALLORI (1535–1607)
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Jan van der Straet, known as Giovanni Stradano, or Stradanus
BRUGES 1523 - 1605 FLORENCE
PORTRAIT OF ALESSANDRO ALLORI (1535–1607)
inscribed centre left under the window: MNHMOΣYNON MEI SODALIS ALEXANDRI ALLORII ANN, MDLXXX
oil on panel
93 x 72 cm.; 36 5/8  x 28 3/8  in.
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來源

Mevr. M. van Gelder, Brussels, by 1934;
Anonymous sale, London, Christie's, 14 May 1971, lot 18 (as Alessandro Allori) for £950 to O. Poggi;
With Galleria Vangelisti, Lucca, by 1972.

展覽

Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Italiaansch Kinst in Nederlandsch Bezit, 1 July – 1 October 1934, no. 1 (lent by Mevr. M. van Gelder).

出版

Stedelijk Museum, Italiaansch Kinst in Nederlandsch Bezit, exh. cat., Amsterdam 1934, p. 42, cat. no. 1 (as Alessandro Allori, Portrait of a humanist);
R. van Marle, 'La pittura all'esposizione d'arte antica italiana di Amsterdam', in Bollettino d'arte, III, 1935, p. 312 (as Allori, Portrait of a humanist);
M.P. Mannini et al., in Il paesaggio nella pittura fra Cinque e Seicento a Firenze, Poggibonsi 1980, pp. 95 and 97, note 9, reproduced p. 98 (as Workshop of Allori, Portrait of a historian);
S. Lecchini Giovannoni, Alessandro Allori, Turin 1991, pp. 307–08, cat. no. 197, reproduced pl. 431 (proposing an attribution to Stradanus);
A. Baroni Vannucci, Jan van der Straet detto Giovanni Stradano, Flandrus pictor et inventor, Milan 1997, p. 154, cat. no. 46, reproduced.

相關資料

We are grateful to Dott.ssa Alessandra Baroni Vannucci for re-confirming the attribution of this portrait of Alessandro Allori to his close friend and colleague Johannes Stradanus on inspection of images, and for noting its similarity to the portraits by Stradanus of the Capponi family that date to the early 1570s.1 As with those paintings, she notes the visible Flemish style here in the pose, as well as the attention to the details and naturalism of the sitter's features.

Lecchini Giovannoni (see Literature) identifies the villa visible through the window as a house once owned by Allori near Peretola in northern Florence.

1 See Baroni Vannucci 1997, pp. 148–49, cat. nos 40 and 41, reproduced.

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