The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century
The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century

Circle of CRISTOFANO ALLORI (1577-1621)

The Holy Family, Florentine school of the early 17th century

c. 1600 Florence

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Florentine school of the early 17th century

Circle of Cristofano Allori (Florence, 1577-1621)
The Holy Family

oil on canvas
with an important antique frame

(cm.) 107 X 78
with frame 127 x 98

From an attributive point of view, both for technique and for stylistic performance, the painting can be linked to a Tuscan artist influenced by the Florentine painter Cristofano Allori.

He received his first artistic training in the studio of his father, the famous Alessandro Allori (Florence, 1535-1607), closely related to the academic tradition of Florence.

But it was at the beginning of the seventeenth century that he began to detach himself from his father's ways, to approach the "reform" masters, including Ludovico Cardi called Cigoli (of which he became a brilliant student), Passignano, Gregorio Pagani or Santi di Tito, exhibitors of the late Florentine Mannerist school, trying to combine the rich color of the Venetian with attention to the typical design of Florence.

In this new phase of renewal, he quickly changed his style and quickly became one of the most important representatives of early 17th century Baroque painting in Florence.

One particular of his achievements, shared by many of his works with female figures, including those of a religious nature like this one, is that often depict the same woman, considered by many her beloved, repeatedly called To pose for her beauty. Many works, even among the most famous Allori, in fact, show the female characters united by the same facial features.

CONSERVATION The paint is in excellent condition. He has an old interlining. The work is accompanied by a gilded frame.

This work, like all our object is accompanied by a certificate of photographic authenticity.

We take care of the organization in a professional and safe transport. For more information www.antichitacastelbarco.it/spedizioni.html
Dimensions
Height 107.00 cm (42.13 inches)
Width 78.00 cm (30.71 inches)
External Height 127.00 cm (50.00 inches)
External Width 98.00 cm (38.58 inches)
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