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Artist Anonymous, Italian School, Campanese, active 11th century.
Title Two Saints (Part V).
Date 11th Century.
Found In Madonna and Child, and Groups of Saints.
Description Graphic reproduction(s) with documentation of a fresco.
Dimensions/Medium 47 1/4 x 57 1/4 in.
fresco.


Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Photoarchive Items  Campanese School (11th century) 712 C27 G91a V    NON-REQUESTABLE
Series Madonna and Child, and Groups of Saints.
Provenance (a,b) Grotta di S. Biagio, Castellammare di Stabia, Italy.
Current repository Grotta di S. Biagio, Castellammare di Stabia (near), Campania, Italy, public.
Attribution history (b) Italian School, Campanese - 11th c. by Bertaux, 1904.
Subject (b) In these paintings, the groups differ one from another in technique and style. The figures in the first group have short noses and enormous chins, as seen in early benedictine paintings; (c) the St. Peter on the right side of niche is the figure discussed by Bertaux, who holds keys in the form of a monogram "XR" the first two letters of the name Christian in Greek Script.
Images Photograph, Sansoni 25057 Frick Art Reference Library, New York (FARL) negative
Digital image, 25057_POST.tif negative.
Digital image, GAS7701g.tif (image) March 6, 1999
Sources (a) Sansoni, list of negatives, shipped, 6 August 1932.
(b) Bertaux, L'Art dans l'Italie Méridionale, vol.i, 1904, pp.247 to 248.
(c) Frick Art Reference Library, February 1934.
(d) Schulz, Denkmaler der K√ľnst des Mittelalters in Unteritalien, vol.ii, 1860, pp.224 to 226.
(e) G. Cosenza, Il Cimitero e la Cappella Stabiana di San Biagio, Castellamare, Italy, 1898.
LC subject Anonymous, Italian School, Campanese, active 11th century.
Art, Italian.
Other subject Frescoes and / or murals.
Form Italian School.
Frescoes (paintings)
Reproductions.
Paintings (visual works)
Related corporate bodies Grotta di S. Biagio.
Frick Art Reference Library.
Frick artist name form Campanese School (11th century), 11th C.

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