Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi
Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi
Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi
Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi
Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi
Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi
Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi
Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi

Italo-flemish Painter, First Half Of The Seventeenth Century - Adoration Of The Magi

c. 1620 Italy

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Flemish painter active in Italy in the seventeenth century
Adoration of the Magi

early seventeenth century
oil on canvas

Measurements (cm.): 102 x 87
with frame 112 x 97

The fascinating painting presented here can be attributed to an artist of Flemish culture, active in Northern Italy, probably between Lombardy and Veneto in the first half of the seventeenth century. The canvas represents the Adoration of the Magi, celebrating one of the most evocative moments of the Nativity, with the three kings came from the east following the star.

The opera is set in a night, dense flashes of light, in which stand the figures of the Madonna and Child, which are symbolically irradiated by the light beam, which makes them embodied almost ethereal.

The painting is part of the work of Nordic artists, but active in Italy for at least part of their life, and more specifically approaches compostive stylistic similarities and the circle of Peter Paul Rubens, which he will resume the theatrical setting for light, chromatic atmosphere.

These characters show the influence of the great Venetian painters of the sixteenth century, as Rubens had studied during his stay in Venice in 1600.

In our work emerge many aspects introduced by Rubens, as the technique of contrasting colors on the canvas, so they turn to one another, or the use of light as a tool to make its more dynamic and lively characters, as well as give gloss to the composition.

The work is presented in excellent condition and comes with an antique frame, carved and gilded.

The table is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

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Dimensions
Height 102.00 cm (40.16 inches)
Width 87.00 cm (34.25 inches)
External Height 112.00 cm (44.09 inches)
External Width 97.00 cm (38.19 inches)
Medium
oil on canvas
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