01 février 2010

Antonio della Corna (or Cornia), Saint Julian the Hospitaller, believing to surprise his wife and a lover, Kills his Parents

Antonio della Corna (or Cornia) (Born in Cremona; active in the last quarter of the 15th century), Saint Julian the Hospitaller, believing to surprise his wife and a lover, Kills his Parents. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd., 2010 oil on panel. signed and inscribed in Latin lower right: .HOC Q[UOD] MANTENEE DIDICI[T] SVB DOGMATE/ CLARI-/ ANTONI CORNE DEXTERA PINXIT/ OPVS-and dated on the coat-of-arms hanging on the wall: M/ CCCC and LXXX/ VIII [1488]. 53 by 60 1/8 in.; 134.5 by 152.7 cm. Est. 150,000—200,000 USD. Lot Sold 206,500... [Lire la suite]
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