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    The Holy Family

    Reference

    HA0089

    Price

    £2500

    Origin / Age

    Attr. Carlo Marrata, Rome; c1670

    Dimensions

    33cm h x 26cm w ; Frame 53cm h x 44cm w

    Details

    Marrata was predominantly active in Rome where he developed a close relationship with Andrea Sacchi until the death of the master in 1661. From the early 1660s, he built up a private client base amongst wealthy patrons of Europe, establishing the most prominent art studio in Rome of his time and, after the death of Bernini in 1680, he became the leading artist in Italy. Marrata’s major works are to be found in the Pitti Palace, Florence and throughout churches in Rome. His exceptional depictions of the Virgin, as can be seen here, earned him the nickname Carluccio delle Madonne or ‘Little Carlo of the Madonnas'.

    Provenance: Van Parijs (c. 1800)

    Private collection UK

    Please note: Price does NOT include delivery costs.

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