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(Case of great coppers in collection?) Condition issues, conservation: needs cleaning. 2+ if cleaned. 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Provincial but inspired by his visionary compatriot Correggio, he tended from the outset toward eccentric form and idiosyncratic expression. Affected by Raphael during a sojourn in Rome, his style became more self-conscious and rigorous. Increasingly abstracted and impossibly beautiful, Parmigianino’s late works determined the course of Mannerism and remained the measure of high artifice through the eighteenth century. His etchings were the first to essay the technique’s conceptual relation with drawing and potential for original expression. This small panel is the most important surviving link between Parmigianino’s painting and printmaking. It was once regarded as a copy after his most developed and famous etching. The two compositions, however, differ in numerous details, and the elaboration of the panel departs from a loose underdrawing in dark pigment—indicative of an evolving rather than a derivative conception. The quality of the painting is confirmed by the soundness of its figures, the modulation of light, and the incisiveness of touch. Still close to Raphael’s designs, the painting was probably executed in Rome. Later, in Bologna, it would have served as the model for the etching. 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On the one hand, through appropriations from more innovative compatriots like Foppa and Bergognone, his style reflects a wide range of progressive elements, from the leading painter in North Italy, Mantegna, to early Netherlandish painting. On the other, these appropriations are subsumed by the school’s traditional concerns with rich decoration and material splendor, and there is no sign of the influence of long-time resident Leonardo da Vinci. Praised by the early chroniclers of Milanese painting, Bevilacqua was nearly forgotten until his rediscovery as a coherent personality in recent decades. This panel confirms a painter of conservative cast but narrative gift and considerable refinement. The only example of his work in this country, it must have been served as part of a portable altarpiece for private devotion. 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Conservation treatment in 2005 revealed drawing that is firmer, light that is sharper, and a palette that is more varied than in Magnasco’s works. Between 1694 and 1697 Sebastiano Ricci was engaged in major projects in and around Milan. His influence upon Magnasco, long active inthe Lombard capital, is evident in many works and well known. This painting, on the other hand, represents the reciprocal but less recognized response of Ricci to the highly eccentric and deforming style of the Genoese master.", "Dedication" : "Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, The Suida-Manning Collection, 2017", "Copyright_Type" : "public domain", "Disp_Obj_Type" : "painting", "Creation_Place2" : "Italian", "Department" : "European Paintings", "Obj_Name" : "", "Period" : "", "Style" : "", "Edition" : "", "Curator" : "Very dark, difficult to read. Medallion hang possibility. 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And both the palette and striking differentiation of paint handling—compare the rendering of Christ’s tremulous flesh with that of Pilate’s splendid sleeve—are freshly informed by Rubens’s example. But by now these elements have been thoroughly synthesized and reconciled with a persistently Milanese subjectivity. This, Crespi’s mature style, is at once rich in narration, declamatory in form, and charged in expression. 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