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The Adoration of the Magi
Pencil on brown paper. Late XVII century
Creti, Donato
The Adoration of the Magi
Pencil on brown paper. Late XVII century
Creti, Donato

La composición, ligeramente apuntada, se desarrolla ante un fondo de arquitecturas monumentales. A la izquierda, sentada, la Virgen con el Niño y San José y en las gradas, arrodillados y en pie, los tres Reyes; a la derecha, el séquito con caballos y camellos.El dibujo lleva en el reverso una atribución a Giovanni Vanni, pero ya C. Johnson (atribución en la montura) lo relaciona con el estilo de D

The Virgin and Child with Saints
Pencil on dark yellow paper. Early XVIII century
Creti, Donato
The Virgin and Child with Saints
Pencil on dark yellow paper. Early XVIII century
Creti, Donato

A la derecha, sobre un podio, la Virgen sentada con el Niño, un angelito a sus espaldas corre un cortinaje. En la parte baja, en pie, San José, y a la izquierda, un obispo sentado, al que un angelito sostiene el libro, tal vez San Petronio, patrono de Bolonia, o San Nicolás de Bari.El dibujo pertenece al periodo juvenil de la actividad de Creti, en el que utiliza aun un rasgo fluido y ondulante de

Male nude
Oil on paper. 1714 - 1722
Creti, Donato
Male nude
Oil on paper. 1714 - 1722
Creti, Donato

This drawing is linked to his Male nude and cherub, painted as part of a series of over-door paintings commissioned by his leading patron Marcantonio Collina Sbaraglia, who gave them to the Municipality of Bologna in 1744. They were part of a set of sixteen works Creti made between 1714 and 1722, now in the Collezioni Comunali d’Arte, Bologna. The over-door paintings depict four male and four fema

The Adoration of the Shepherds
Pencil on white paper. Second quarter of the XVIII century
Creti, Donato
The Adoration of the Shepherds
Pencil on white paper. Second quarter of the XVIII century
Creti, Donato

This drawing is a more complete variant on the central part of a drawing by Creti at the Albertina in Vienna. The composition is quite similar to a canvas with Adoration of the Shepherds from around 1740, which has a similar placement of the Virgin and Child, the group of shepherds on the right, and the woman seen from the back, climbing the stairs with a basket on her head. However, the left part

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