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The big eponymous works are already out of the reach of private collectors; however, it is really astonishing what one can still find on the market even today. Everett was also kind enough to write about my collection in this volume, for which I am grateful. Thanks also to Andrea De Marchi for his advice on certain panels. I do of course thank Stefano G. My thanks also to the publisher of this book. Formed over the past sixteen years— the first acquisition was the Giovanni Bonsi cat. Bought not by an institution or a com- mittee, the individual pictures in the collection were acquired by and large at the big auction houses in Lon- don and New York.
Among the few privately purchased works, two panels by the Master of Tressa cat. This book presents a selection of fifty paintings, all of them expertly analyzed by Stefano Casu, whose eru- dition and excellent eye has led to many discoveries, such as the original purpose of the unusual lozenge-shaped panel of Christ Blessing cat. The collection is strong in its representation of the dawn of Italian art, the period dating from the Dugento when the first painters to emerge from the Byzantine style slowly asserted their Italian character.
The panels by the Master of Tressa are very early examples of this trend. Outside the Accademia in Florence, only the Jarves Collection at Yale has a comparable group of Dugento paintings, and none is as varied as the group assembled here.
The largest number of paintings in the collection dates from the 14th century. Most of them are Sienese or Florentine like the marvellous tabernacle by the Master of San Lucchese cat. Next in the number of examples is the 15th century: these include fine works by Carlo Crivelli cat.follow url
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A mysterious Quattrocento work is the Virgin and Child, which I once thought might be a youthful work by Priamo della Quercia cat. Echoes of the Byzantine tradition continue into the 16th century. Though they no longer have the gold grounds of the previous examples, the chromatic richness of the two latest pictures in the collection, by Bernardino Za- ganelli cat.
On a beautiful late afternoon in June eight years ago Andreas showed me many of the paintings in this cat- alogue. Among them was the small panel of the Lamentation cat. Remembering it as a rather poorly preserved picture of negligible quality, I asked Andreas why he bothered to acquire it. My rude question provoked an eloquent defence of the picture: Andreas persuaded me not only of the honesty of its emotionally charged figures, but also of his genuine love of these enthralling pictures. Consequently, I was delighted when, several years later, Dr Pittas told me that he wanted to publish a catalogue of a selection of the panels from his collection and asked me if I would be willing to oversee the project.
Indeed, the chance to study this collection represented a rare opportunity for an art historian.
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As a result, writing this catalogue has forced me to investigate age-old critical questions while also attempting to provide an acceptable historical con- text to little-known works. I believe that, above and beyond anything of my own merit, this book offers art his- torians the chance to study and reassess an important group of paintings datable between the early 13th centu- ry and the first few decades of the 16th century.
I am grateful to a number of people and institutions that have made this work possible. First of all, I would like to thank the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz and, in particular, its director, Gerhard Wolf: without his generous hospitality it would have been impossible to write this catalogue. Many friends and colleagues have willingly discussed a number of the issues addressed here, giving me valuable suggestions and helping me arrive at a clearer concept of the critical problems involved. Lastly, I am especially grateful to Milena for her unflagging support and immense patience.
Angel of the Annunciation b. Pittori, scultori e orafi a Lucca nel tardo Quattrocento Lucca, references Ader Tajan , lot no. Fahy, in Matteo Civitali , , no. Dressed in a blue robe and a purple mantle, he bears lilies in his left hand and his right arm is raised in blessing to greet Mary. He has a red diadem on his head and the sash across his chest is golden, like the cuffs of his sleeves.
In the other panel, the Virgin is portrayed in a three-quarter pose. Seated next to a lectern, she is wearing a pink gown and blue mantle, both of which edged in gold, and a thin red band encircles her head. A book rests on her lap and she is gazing downward, her right hand across her chest. The frame, which is original, is composed of two twisted columns surmounted by a pointed arch, over which the trefoil gable is decorated with a red phytomorphic motif.
The paintings were evident- ly the cimasas of a polyptych. They are well preserved, despite slight wear of the pictorial surface. The gold ground in the painting of the archangel is worn in several areas, but has partially been restored; the Virgin Annunciate has exten- sive craquelure. The two panels appeared on the Paris art market in As not- ed by Everett Fahy in Matteo Civitali , , the latter attribution testifies to a problem in the critical classification of lateth-century Lucchese painting, which at one point led to the mistaken attribution 1.
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It seems reasonably evident that the same hand painted the dolfi described in from the church of San Michele in Antraccoli, Antraccoli altarpiece, and the stylistic proximity of these works con- near Lucca. According to the contract for the when the two panels were shown together. See E. Fahy, in Matteo Civitali , —8, no. The work was not delivered un- 4 Published in Ferri , 56—8. The work was completed in In the work was still in Antraccoli, but the cimasas had probably already been removed: see below, note 6. The triptych must already have been sold by , as Enrico Ridolfi makes no mention of it.
Matteo Civitali, Madonna and Child, detail.
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Lucca, San Martino, funerary monument of Pietro da Noceto. In effect, Civitali formed various partnerships with painters e. The stylistic are never clear. Under- commissioned from Baldassarre alone—seems undeniable. In the entries he wrote for the exhibition, tomb of Pietro da Noceto fig. Linda Pisani , 99— bution to both artists must thus be maintained for what was presum- has suggested that the sculptor merely helped devise the composition ably a four-hand work, in which Civitali was probably involved chiefly of the Antraccoli altarpiece, considering the Madonna and Child of the in the draughtsmanship.
The presence of intermediary saints, visible; the cross is depicted behind him.