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Lot 6996: Jose de Ribera: Portrait Study of Moses, Oil, c.1637

Fine and Decorative Art: Paintings, Prints, Illustrations, Posters and Books

by Woodshed Gallery

27 October 2016

Franklin, MA, USA

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  • Jose de Ribera: Portrait Study of Moses, Oil, c.1637
  • Jose de Ribera: Portrait Study of Moses, Oil, c.1637
  • Jose de Ribera: Portrait Study of Moses, Oil, c.1637
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Description: Jose de Ribera (Attributed)(Spain, 1591-1652): Portrait Study of Moses, oil on canvas, unsigned, c.1637.

A March 4, 1964 appraisal by Sigmund Rothschild of New York concludes that Portrait Study of Moses Jose de Ribera is tentatively "a lost work by Ribera from the Alcazar in Madrid which was destroyed by fire in 1734 and was painted by Jose de Ribera (1591-1652)." He further concludes on October 4, 1964, in a more detailed report which outlines several comparables and testing methods, that "We know that the Alcazar, a museum in Madrid destroyed by fire in 1734, housed another Moses by Ribera. With respect to such circumstantial evidence as subject matter, materials, composition, technique, palette, and the fact that the painting, under testing, shows evidence of fire, I would propose that our work is a lost Ribera possibly from the Alcazar."

The full appraisal and condition reports are available available for viewing/download at WoodshedGalleryAuctions.com

Condition Report: General minor grime. Restored c.1980 by Margaret Weatherstone of the Whitney Museum. Installed in an ornate 20th Century frame.

The full appraisal and condition reports are available upon request.

Notes: Lack of a condition statement does not imply that a lot is perfect. Please examine photos, read descriptions, and contact the Gallery with any questions prior to bidding. Color fidelity of photos presented is not guaranteed.

Dimensions: 43.87 x 33.5 inches (canvas)

Artist or Maker: Jose de Ribera

Medium: Oil

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