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Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877

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Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
  • Luigi Crosio (Italian, 1835-1915) Antique Painting of Classical Figure c. 1877
   
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Description: LUIGI CROSIO (ITALIAN, 1835-1915) ANTIQUE PAINTING OF A CLASSICAL FIGURE IN POMPEII INTERIOR
In oil on panel, signed lower left "L. Crosio 1877"
Item # 411RLX15P

This is a very striking interior scene by Italian artist Luigi Crosio, capturing a Roman woman as she stares out an open doorway at the Pompeiian architecture of the courtyard. She is exquisitely dressed with flowing robes of green and cream over a white tunic, her right arm cradling a finely detailed vase with flowers and foliage springing from the top; between her fingers is balanced a thin staff. Her natural beauty is augmented only by a thin band of red ribbon twisted through her hair and a double-band of pearls on her left arm. The quality of the image is noteworthy, her figure expertly handled with a soft balance of realism with a certain dreamy quality enjoyed in the scene. The colors are of such vibrance and depth that the image feels very much alive, having been carefully conserved at some point in the last decade. The crack in the lower-middle quadrant of the painting is rather fortunately isolated to the folds of her robe, where it does not distract from any important element of the scene. The painting is signed and dated lower left. The same painting, though with some slight variation in elements (a hanging chandelier visible past the doorway) and of different dimensions was offered at Sotheby's, London in 1996, achieving a price of $4,669. For any serious collector of late nineteenth century Romanticism, this is a precious little work that encapsulates the period: the longing for a simpler and less complex moment is projected in Crosio's rendering of this young woman, holding onto the material culture of her present while looking for something more. The objects at hand are at odds with one another - a walking stick with the curious vase in hand, as if she is deciding between bringing beauty to her home or stepping out into the world. It is a fine investment grade selection that you will certainly cherish in your collection for a lifetime.

Condition Report: Crack in panel lower-middle quad, extending approximately 4 1/4" upward. Surface is clean and vibrant, having been professionally conserved in the last decade or so. Under UV: milky green cast from recent varnish; touch ups to crack, mostly at the bottom; touch up to the left of where staff terminates in lower-middle quad; inpainting to outline her face (chin, eyelashes, nose), two spots of inpaint to upper-left quad; some flaring to pigment in her cheeks, neck and arm, but we believe this is just pigment variation and is original. Backing has not been removed and panel has not been removed from the frame to examine. We have 18 pictures of this painting available on our primary website.

Due to image limitations clients should visit our gallery website (www.sillafineantiques.com) prior to purchase to review all item images. Verbal condition reports are also available by calling (717) 658-8274 Monday through Friday 9a-5:30p or by emailing sales@sillafineantiques.com

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Dimensions: [frame] 17 9/16" W x 21 9/16" H; [sight] 9 1/2" W x 13 5/8" H

Artist or Maker: LUIGI CROSIO (ITALIAN, 1835-1915)

Medium: Oil on Panel

Date: Circa Third Quarter of the 19th Century

 
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