The Virgin and Child in her arms is painted in two figures on a dark background according to the Neapolitan pictorial tradition of the mid-17th century. The modeled detail of the bodies, which appear volumetrically firm and almost dilated in large fields of color, with sinuous poses and elegant but realistic lines. The very delicate complexions of mother and son are turned by skillful shades, with great care in the design and with a certain virtuosity, like the soft drape of the Virgin's mantle or the semi-transparent veil that envelops the child. . In the painting, there is an unprecedented humanity, witnessed, for example, in the tender gestures that bind the two together, such as Jesus' childish way of shaking his mother's hand with his left hand. The Madonna's protective gaze is completely turned towards her son and is a promising sign for the fate that awaits her. Conditions: Excellent condition. Measures: 85x102cm. Provenance: Naples 17th century. Document: certificate of authenticity. Assistance: We are at your disposal for further clarification or photographic details Shipping: throughout Italy, Europe and the rest of the world at very low prices in maximum security and traceable. Shipping will be arranged privately and will not be of high cost. We wish you a good day. Borrelli Antichita
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Shipping throughout Italy, Europe and the rest of the world at very low prices in maximum safety and traceable.
The shipment will be privately agreed and will not be of high cost.