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The Adoration of the Shepherds
Oil on unlined canvas. 1628
Cavedone, Giacomo
The Adoration of the Shepherds
Oil on unlined canvas. 1628
Cavedone, Giacomo

This work repeats the canvas painted in 1613 and 1614 for the Arrigoni Chapel at San Polo Maggiore in Bologna, although there are some differences in the foreground, the Heavens with Putti and the objects that make up the still life. Its contents mix Venetian memories with hints of Caravaggio and an evident debt to Guido Reni, who had recently returned from Rome. There is a preparatory drawing for

Boy with two sheep
Touches of white chalk, Charcoal on tinted paper. XVII century
Cavedone, Giacomo
Boy with two sheep
Touches of white chalk, Charcoal on tinted paper. XVII century
Cavedone, Giacomo

In Bruns´s (?) collection as by the Venetian Jacopo Bassano (c. 1510-1592). P. Pouncey´s seems to be the recent anonymous hand that has noted on the modern museum mount: Cavedone? While the figures recall those found in many of Bassano´s paintings, the robust handling of the media is unmistakably that of the Bolognese painter Giacomo Cavedone, who must have copied them from a composition of Bassan

The Holy Family with the Infant Saint John the Baptist
Pencil, Red chalk, Grey-brown wash on tinted paper. First third of the XVII century
Cavedone, Giacomo
The Holy Family with the Infant Saint John the Baptist
Pencil, Red chalk, Grey-brown wash on tinted paper. First third of the XVII century
Cavedone, Giacomo

Es dibujo de notable calidad y perfección, de escuela boloñesa del primer tercio del siglo XVII, cuyos modelos y técnicas lo enlazan claramente con el modo de hacer de Cavedone, a quien sin duda ha de atribuirse, aunque no se relacione con ninguna de sus composiciones conocidas. Representan a la Virgen sentada en el centro, en sus rodillas el niño sentado recibe una manzana de mano de San Juanito,

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