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Francesco de' Rossi, called Francesco Salviati
FLORENCE 1510 - 1563 ROME
CHRIST CARRYING THE CROSS
inscribed on the reverse: Di Giorgio Vasari/ Di Perin del Vaga
oil on panel
42.2 x 39.7 cm.; 16 5/8  x 15 5/8  in.
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來源

Salvatore e Francesco Romano, Palazzo Magnani Feroni, Florence;
Their sale, Florence, Sotheby's, 14 October 2009, lot 1075, for €100,000 (as Florentine School, 16th century);
Where acquired by the present owner.

出版

P. Costamagna in C. Falciani and A. Natali (eds), Bronzino, Artist and Poet at the Court of the Medici, exh. cat, Florence, 2010, p. 314, under cat. no. VI.10 (as Salviati). 

相關資料

As Costamagna notes (see Literature), this painting is a reduced second version of Salviati's prototype (panel, 66 x 45 cm.) in the Uffizi, Florence, from 1547–48.1 The scholar suggests this second version may have been painted after Salviati returned to Rome, focusing on the spiritual pathos of Christ's head and omitting the elegant refinement and highlights of the prototype, in keeping with the more restrained aesthetic ideas prevalent in the capital at the time. A copy after the Uffizi first version, previously given to Giorgio Vasari, is in the Galleria Corsini in Rome.2

1 Inv. no. 1862; L. Mortari, Francesco Salviati, Rome 1992, p. 114, cat. no. 20, reproduced.
2 Mortari 1992, p. 137, cat. no. 80, reproduced.

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