Oil painting on canvas with dimensions of 75 x 98 cm without partridge and 87 x 110 m on ancient ornie, depicting a dog with game by the painter Candido Vitali (Bologna 1680 - 1753), with the expertise of the art historian par excellence, Mina Gregori.
This canvas, a characteristic work of Candido Vitali, highlights his tendency to a touch painting that has interested other painters of Northern Italy and that stands out for its freshness, vagueness and delicacy.
The treatments with live animals are among the main characteristics of Vitali and his love for dogs is manifested here as in numerous of his other paintings as in Bologna in the retreat of San Pellegrino or in Cento in the civic art gallery; here the lively-eyed animal is watching the fruit of its rich hunting trip.
This painting brings new descriptive and coloristic elements to the already great fame of the painter who had a remarkable success starting from the sixties up to the present day probably for the remarkable descriptive ability and the capacity for introspection made by the representation of his live animals.
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24 000 €