16th century Roman school by Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Second half of the 16th century
Oil on panel
Table Measurements 45 x 37 Frame 70 x 60
This exquisite "Pietà" painted by a Roman artist in the circle of
Michelangelo is inspired by the famous drawing that the Grand Master interpreted for his friend Victoria Colonna in the mid-16th century, now on display at the Boston Museum.
The pictorial characteristics, of extreme elegance but also of great expressive force, are accompanied by an extraordinarily rich and lively range of colours.
It is obvious that the author of the painting is strongly influenced by Buonarroti's works and his frescoes working in his contact.
The colours of the table have remained exceptionally alive thanks to the use of high quality pigments used exclusively in high-end boutiques.
This allows us to admire the work in all its beauty.
In particular, they affect the faces of the protagonists who highlight really unusual and very interesting characters and with a thorough study could lead to the name of the author.
Delevery information :
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