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Casting the Money Changers out of the Temple
Oil on canvas. 1630 - 1640
Falcone, Aniello
Casting the Money Changers out of the Temple
Oil on canvas. 1630 - 1640
Falcone, Aniello

The Concert
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Falcone, Aniello
The Concert
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Falcone, Aniello

Falcone painted the figures in this painting; the Neapolitan specialist Luca Forte probably painted the vase of flowers on the left. It looks like a portrait gallery of real people, one of whom -the bearded man on the right- appears in other paintings by Falcone. The painting comes from the collection of the Duke of Medina de las Torres, viceroy of Naples between 1637 and 1644.

Roman Athletes
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Falcone, Aniello
Roman Athletes
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Falcone, Aniello

This work belongs to a group from the History of Rome series for the Buen Retiro Palace. Dedicated to depictions of Roman public pastimes, the group includes athletes, gladiators, chariots, animal fights, mock sea battles and so on. Following initial doubts, the Buen Retiro Palace was conceived as a place of leisure, where it would be possible to forget the worries associated with running the mona

Roman Soldiers in the Circus
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Falcone, Aniello
Roman Soldiers in the Circus
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Falcone, Aniello

The story of the Museo del Prado’s Roman Soldiers at the Circus is similar to that of Roman Athletes (P92) and to Andrea di Lione’s Elephants at a Circus (P91). This artist passed through Falcone’s workshop and his works have often been mistaken for those of his teacher. As is often the case in the History of Rome cycle, it is difficult to date this work, which is not mentioned by any contemporane

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