Colnaghi

Stand:   306

Old master paintings and sculpture from the 15th to the 19th century

26 Bury Street
London, SW1Y 6AL
United Kingdom
info@colnaghi.com
www.colnaghi.com

Gallery Information

  • Bernheimer Contact person

Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Juan Van der Hamen y Léon

    Juan Van der Hamen y Léon

    Biography : Artist's Objects:
  • Veronica Bailey

    Veronica Bailey

  • Veronica Bailey

    Veronica Bailey

  • Bartolomeo Bimbi

    Bartolomeo Bimbi

  • François Boucher

    François Boucher

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Stair Sainty Gallery
    David Tunick, Inc.
    Richard Green
  • Pieter Bout

    Pieter Bout

  • Nick Brandt

    Nick Brandt

  • Nick Brandt

    Nick Brandt

  • Johannes van Bronchorst

    Johannes van Bronchorst

  • Jens Bruchhaus

    Jens Bruchhaus

  • Jan Brueghel The Elder

    Jan Brueghel The Elder

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Johnny van Haeften Ltd
    Salomon Lilian
    Koetser Gallery
    De Jonckheere
  • Jan Brueghel the Younger

    Jan Brueghel the Younger

  • Camile Léopold Cabaillot-Lassalle

    Camile Léopold Cabaillot-Lassalle

  • Michelangelo da Campidoglio

    Michelangelo da Campidoglio

  • Bartolomeo Cavarozzi

    Bartolomeo Cavarozzi

  • Giacomo Ceruti

    Giacomo Ceruti

    Biography : Born in Milan in 1698, Giacomo Ceruti achieved fame as a painter of vagabonds (‘pitocchi’), which earned him the nickname ‘il Pitochetto’. He settled in Brescia in 1721, and although his first altarpieces were unremarkable, he soon established himself there as an accomplished portraitist, such that his first major public commission, received between 1726 and 1728 from Andrea Memmo, Governor of Brescia, was for 17 pictures of famous Brescians to decorate the rooms of the Palazzo del Broletto in Brescia. Around this time, he most likely executed for the Avogadro family a series of works depicting poor craftsmen and women with a remarkable sense of naturalism and objectivity. Ceruti also continued to paint altarpieces, including works for the Church of S. Maria Assunta at Gandino from 1734 to 1739, during which time he also travelled to the Veneto. In 1736 he received payments from Johann Matthias, Graf von der Schulenberg, Marshall of the Venetian Republic, to paint a series of beggars and also a number of portraits. Between 1738 and 1739 Ceruti was documented in Padua, where he executed St. Prosdocimus baptizing St Justina for the Santo. In 1742 and 1747, he was recorded in Milan with a stay in Piacenza in the interim period. Thereafter there is little documentation of his activities until 1757 when received payment for a portrait. His last known work is the signed and dated (1767) Portrait of Benedetto Martignoni. Exhibition : Milan, EXPO, Il cibo nell’arte, 2015. Detailed Description : Giacomo Ceruti Milan, 1698 – Milan, 1768 A pair of kitchen still lifes Oil on canvas, unlined 84 x 118 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, Italy, since the early twentieth century.
  • Lucien Clergue

    Lucien Clergue

  • Nicolas Colombel

    Nicolas Colombel

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Galerie Canesso
    The Matthiesen Gallery-Matthiesen Ltd.
  • Michel Comte

    Michel Comte

  • Sebastian Copeland

    Sebastian Copeland

  • Lucas Cranach der Ältere

    Lucas Cranach der Ältere

  • Pedro de Mena

    Pedro de Mena

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Galeria Caylus
  • LUIS DE MORALES

    LUIS DE MORALES

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd
  • MARGUERITE GÉRARD

    MARGUERITE GÉRARD

  • Ori Gersht

    Ori Gersht

  • Gabriel-Gaspard Gresly

    Gabriel-Gaspard Gresly

  • Jan Griffier der Ältere

    Jan Griffier der Ältere

  • Esther Haase

    Esther Haase

  • Jakob Philipp Hackert

    Jakob Philipp Hackert

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
  • Frans Hals

    Frans Hals

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    The Weiss Gallery
    Salomon Lilian
  • Mat Hennek

    Mat Hennek

  • Gérard Hoet der Ältere

    Gérard Hoet der Ältere

  • P. Horst Horst

    P. Horst Horst

  • Jean-Baptise Huet

    Jean-Baptise Huet

  • Abraham Janssens II

    Abraham Janssens II

  • Michael Kenna

    Michael Kenna

  • Roi Kuper

    Roi Kuper

  • Sigalit Landau

    Sigalit Landau

  • Sir Edwin Landseer

    Sir Edwin Landseer

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    French & Company, LLC
  • Andréas Lang

    Andréas Lang

  • Andréas Lang

    Andréas Lang

  • Louis-Auguste Lapito

    Louis-Auguste Lapito

  • Silke Lauffs

    Silke Lauffs

  • Silke Lauffs

    Silke Lauffs

  • Jeanne-Philiberte Ledoux

    Jeanne-Philiberte Ledoux

  • Jean-Baptiste LePrince

    Jean-Baptiste LePrince

  • Robert Mapplethorpe

    Robert Mapplethorpe

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Keitelman Gallery
  • Firmin Massot

    Firmin Massot

  • Ralph Mecke

    Ralph Mecke

  • Luis Melendez

    Luis Melendez

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Galeria Caylus
  • Adolph Menzel

    Adolph Menzel

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    French & Company, LLC
  • Adolph Menzel

    Adolph Menzel

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    French & Company, LLC
  • Lorenzo Mercadante de Bretaña

    Lorenzo Mercadante de Bretaña

    Biography : Documentary research in the last few decades has revealed the significant role played by the masons and sculptors from France and the Burgundian Netherlands in various sites around the Iberian peninsula. Lorenzo Mercadante – the his- panised name of the Breton sculptor Laorans Marc’Hadour – was perhaps the most accomplished of these craftsman, arriving in Seville in 1454. He came originally to produce the ala- baster tomb of the eminent cleric, Cardinal Juan de Cervantes (1375-1453. Cervantes had been Archibishop of Seville and Cardinal-Priest of Saint Peter ad Vincula in Rome and Ostia, representing Castile at the Council of Basel and other important ecclesiastical gatherings. Most works of art produced in the mid- fifteenth century are unsigned, but Mercadante’s name and origin are recorded in the inscription carved on the tomb’s base: LORENÇO MERCADANTE DE BRETAÑA ENTALLO ESTE BULTO This inscription, along with the quality of the carving and the fact that Mercadante was summoned from France by the cathedral chapter, underlines the reputation he must have enjoyed by that time. During the fifteen years Mercadante spent in Seville, he was in constant demand, producing a number of other sculptures for the city’s cathedral and local religious institutions. In doing so he changed material, from alabaster to terracotta, the material he used to sculpt twelve life-sized saints and two vivid reliefs on the cathedral’s portals of the Nativity and Baptism, as well as works such as the Virgin and Child presented here. These terracotta sculptures - bringing together northern iconography with an under- standing of the medium’s possibilities probably acquired in Italy. Seville was one of the richest cities in fifteenth-century Castile. Mercadante is documented arriving in March 1454, four months before the death of the king Juan II (1405-1454). It was a period of constant political strife in which they key player was Álvaro de Luna (ca. 1388-1453), Detailed Description : Lorenzo Mercadante de Bretaña. (Brittany, France – 1480) Documented Seville 1454 - 1467 Virgin and Child Terracotta with traces of polychromy 165.5 x 61 46,5 cm (65.2 x 24 x 18.3 in) Provenance: Palacio de los Topete, Villamartin ( Cádiz ), property of the Mozo Guitierrez Family. Placed in a niche in the main staircase of the place since 1769 as stated in an inscription in an oval medallion surrounded by the painted rococó decoration of a niche.
  • Guido Mocafico

    Guido Mocafico

  • Guido Mocafico

    Guido Mocafico

  • Werner Neumeister

    Werner Neumeister

  • Helmut Newton

    Helmut Newton

  • Jacob van Oost

    Jacob van Oost

  • Gilad Ophir

    Gilad Ophir

  • Norman Parkinson

    Norman Parkinson

  • Irving Penn

    Irving Penn

  • Antoine M. Perrot

    Antoine M. Perrot

  • Johann Georg Platzer

    Johann Georg Platzer

    Biography : Johann Georg Platzer (St. Paul in Eppan 1704-1761 St. Michael in Eppan) The artist’s studio Oil on copper 41,9 x 60 cm Signed lower left ´J.G. Platzer´ Exhibition : Johann Georg Platzer
    (St. Paul in Eppan 1704-1761 St. Michael in Eppan)

    The artist’s studio
    Oil on copper
    41,9 x 60 cm
    Signed lower left ´J.G. Platzer´

  • Martin Pudenz

    Martin Pudenz

  • Mirella Ricciardi

    Mirella Ricciardi

  • Michal Rovner

    Michal Rovner

  • GIOVANNI BATTISTA SALVI, IL SASSOFERRATO

    GIOVANNI BATTISTA SALVI, IL SASSOFERRATO

  • Julian Schnabel

    Julian Schnabel

  • Julian Schnabel

    Julian Schnabel

  • Toni Schneiders

    Toni Schneiders

  • Deutsche Schule

    Deutsche Schule

  • Simcha Shirman

    Simcha Shirman

  • Jeanloup Sieff

    Jeanloup Sieff

  • Peter Sion

    Peter Sion

  • Boaz Tal

    Boaz Tal

  • David Teniers der Jüngere

    David Teniers der Jüngere

    Also represented by:
    Fergus Hall
  • Christopher Thomas

    Christopher Thomas

  • Christopher Thomas

    Christopher Thomas

  • Christopher Thomas

    Christopher Thomas

  • Roland-Louis Trinquesse

    Roland-Louis Trinquesse

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Stair Sainty Gallery
  • Jean Francois de Troy

    Jean Francois de Troy

  • Lazarus van der Borcht

    Lazarus van der Borcht

  • Claude Joseph Vernet

    Claude Joseph Vernet

  • JACOB VAN WALSCAPELLE

    JACOB VAN WALSCAPELLE

  • Bartholomäus Ignaz Weiss

    Bartholomäus Ignaz Weiss