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An image of The Lowering of the Cross with Sts Mary Magdalene, Augustine, Jerome and Angels by Giulio Cesare Procaccini
Alternate image of The Lowering of the Cross with Sts Mary Magdalene, Augustine, Jerome and Angels by Giulio Cesare Procaccini

Giulio Cesare Procaccini

(Italy 30 May 1574 – 14 Nov 1625)

Title
The Lowering of the Cross with Sts Mary Magdalene, Augustine, Jerome and Angels
Year
circa 1618
Media category
Painting
Materials used
oil on canvas
Dimensions

238.0 x 171.7 cm

Credit
Purchased with funds from the estate of Mr Walter Hartwig through the Art Gallery of New South Wales Foundation 2005
Accession number
249.2005
Location
15th–19th c European art
Provenance (5)

The Matthiesen Gallery, London/England, Purchased by the AGNSW from the Matthiesen Gallery 2005

Private Collection, Jersey/Channel Islands

The Matthiesen Gallery, London/England, 1981

Private Collection

Giovanni Carlo Doria, Genoa/Italy, The work was painted c.1618, probably for Procaccini’s Genoese patron Giovanni Carlo Doria.

Bibliography (8)

Claire Armstrong (Editor), Art and Australia (Vol. 43, No. 1), Paddington, Sep 2005-Nov 2005, (illus.).

Hugh Brigstocke, Procaccini in America, New York, 2002, 41, 160 (illus.).

Hugh Brigstocke, Revue de l'Art, no. 48, 'G.C.Procaccini et D. Crespi: nouvelles découvertes', pg.36, 1980, 36. fig. 17

Hugh Brigstocke, Revue de l'Art, no. 85, 'Giulio Cesare Procaccini (1574-1625): ses attaches génoises et quelques autres faits nouveaux', pg.52, 1989, 52.

M. Bona Castellotti, La pittura Lombarda del '600, Milan, 1985. pl. 492

Marco Rosci, Giulio Cesare Procaccini, 1993, 108.

The Matthiesen Gallery, 2001, an art odyssey: Classicism, Mannerism, Caravaggism and Baroque, London, 2001, 204-214, (colour illus.). cat.no. 23

The Matthiesen Gallery, Important Italian Baroque paintings, 1981, 54-57, (colour illus.). cat.no. 20

Exhibition history (2)

Important Italian Baroque paintings, The Matthiesen Gallery, London, 1981–1981

2001, an art odyssey: Classicism, Mannerism, Caravaggism and Baroque, The Matthiesen Gallery, London, 2001–2001