Marzio Masturzo (Active in Naples and Rome in the second half of the 17th century)
Oil painting on canvas depicting a clash of knights near a fortress
Measures: 93 x 129 cm with coeval frame: 117 x 153cm
The Masturzo belongs to the seventeenth-century group of "battalists" "Neapolitans. Salvator Rosa's pupil and friend opens more than the master to the Baroque. His realistic battles, even if inspired by Rosa, reveal themselves very much in harmony with the Burgundian while demonstrating their own personality. Important and great pictorial battles of Masturzo can be found at the National Gallery in Rome. The painting is in an excellent state of conservation and is correlated by the expert reports of Giancarlo Sestieri and Ferdinando Arisi.
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8 600 €