Paintings

Available Works

Anthology of available paintings

1. Lorenzo da Venezia
(Documented in Venice since 1428)
St. Sebastian
Tempera on panel 143 x 87 cm

3. Massimo Stanzione
(Orta di Atella ca 1585 - Naples 1656 or 1658)
Infant Jesus with four angels
Oil on canvas 78,5 x 65,5 cm

Study by Prof. Riccardo Lattuada

4. Giovanni Agostino Verrocchi
(Rome 1586 - ca 1639)
Still life with basket of fava beans, plums and pears
Oil on canvas 47,5 x 64 cm

5. Pseudo Caroselli
(active in Rome during the first half of the 17th century)
Antonio and Cleopatra
Oil on canvas 111 x 125 cm

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Pseudo Caroselli, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti italiani 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Italian Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua 2005, p. 158, fig. PC.3.

6. Bartolomeo Arbotori
(Piacenza 1594 - 1676)
Kitchen with plucked turkey, dishes and cat
Oil on canvas 95 x 122 cm

Bibliography:
F. Arisi, Felice Boselli. Pittore di natura morta, Piacenza 1973, card 52, p. 140, fig. 74 (as Felice Boselli).
L. Ravelli, Bartolomeo Arbotoni piacentino, maestro di Evaristo Baschenis, ipotesi sulla formazione del pittore bergamasco, Bergamo 1986-87, pp. 13, 41, fig. 29.
G. Cirillo-G. Godi, La Pinacoteca Stuard di Parma, Parma 1987, p. 142.
D. Biagi Maino, Bartolomeo Arbotoni, in La natura morta in Italia, scientific direction by F. Zeri, I, Milan 1989, p. 394, fig. 464.
Le collezioni d’arte della Cassa di Risparmio di Parma e Piacenza, exhibition catalogue by G. Godi e C. Mingardi (Traversetolo, Fondazione Magnani Rocca 11 September-27 November 1994), Parma 1994, p. 49.
F. Arisi, Natura morta tra Milano e Parma in età barocca, Piacenza 1995, pp. 299, 505, fig. 694.
L. Ravelli, Bartolomeo Arbotoni, in Naturaliter. Nuovi contributi alla natura morta in Italia settentrionale e Toscana tra XVII e XVIII secolo, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Florence 1998, p. 259, fig. 315.
L. Ravelli, Bartolomeo Arbotoni. Piacenza 1594-1676, 2000, p. 40, pl. 15.
A. Crispo, Bartolomeo Arbotoni, in La natura morta in Emilia e in Romagna. Pittori, centri di produzione e collezionismo fra XVII e XVIII secolo, Milan 2000, p. 163, fig. 159.
U. Bocchi, Documenti d’arte nel Casalasco-Viadanese, Viadana (Mantua) 2003, p. 169, fig. 182.

7. Gaspar De Witte
(Antwerp 1624 - Venice 1681)
Landscape with Agar and Ismaele
Oil on copper 70 x 87 cm
Signed: GASPAR DE WITTE F.

8. Michele Pace called Michelangelo del Campidoglio
(Vitorchiano or Rome 1625 - Rome 1699)
Pumpkin, bunch of grapes, apples, peaches, figs and plums
Oil on canvas 59 x 74 cm

9. Michele Pace called Michelangelo del Campidoglio
(Vitorchiano or Rome 1625 - Rome 1699)
Two pumpkins, two apples, some peaches and some plums
Oil on canvas 59 x 74 cm

10. Herman van Lin
(Utrecht 1634 - 1681)
The departure for hunting
Oil on panel 70,5 x 91 cm
Signed: “H. van Lin f.”

11. Pittore di Rodolfo Lodi
(active in Emilia around the half of the 17th century)
Still life with basket, mushrooms and vegetables
Oil on canvas 79 x 85,5 cm

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Un’inedita attività lombarda e un antico epiteto per il Pittore di Rodolfo Lodi: lo Sportarolo, in “Parma per l’Arte”, New series, a. XIX, f. 2013, pp. 97-107, fig. 13.

12. Andrea Scutellari called Andrea da Viadana
(documented in Cremona from 1578 to 1588)
Holy Family and angel
Oil on canvas 132 x 103 cm
Ancient frame 150 x 123 cm

Bibliography:
M. Tanzi, Malosso e dintorni, dipinti e disegni, in “Prospettiva”, 61, 1991, p. 72, fig. 18. G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Naturalia. Nature morte in collezioni pubbliche e private, pp. 30-33, pl. 3.

13. Francesca Volò Smiller called Vicenzina
(Milan 1657 - 1700)
Fruits and flowers
Oil on canvas 58 x 83,5 cm

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Francesca Vicenzina, in Naturaliter. Nuovi contributi alla natura morta in Italia settentrionale e Toscana tra XVII e XVIII secolo, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, 1998, p. 107, fig. 105
Il Profumo dell’Arte. Importanti pittori di fiori del XVII e XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi (Stresa, Promoart, April-June 2014), Stresa 2014, pp. 36-37.

14. Francesca Volò Smiller called Vicenzina
(Milan 1657 - 1700)
Fruits, flowers and vegetables
Oil on canvas 58 x 83,5 cm

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Francesca Vicenzina, in Naturaliter. Nuovi contributi alla natura morta in Italia settentrionale e Toscana tra XVII e XVIII secolo, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, 1998, p. 107, fig. 106
Il Profumo dell’Arte. Importanti pittori di fiori del XVII e XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi (Stresa, Promoart, April-June 2014), Stresa 2014, pp. 36-37.

15. Felice Boselli
(Piacenza 1650 - Parma 1732)
Still life of fruit and vegetables
Oil on canvas 95 x 122 cm

Bibliography:
F. Arisi, Felice Boselli. Pittore di natura morta, Piacenza 1973, card 310, p. 243, fig. 397.
U. Bocchi, Documenti d'arte nel Casalasco-viadanese, Viadana (Mantua) 2003, p. 169, fig. 181.

16. Franz Werner von Tamm
(Hamburg 1658 - Vienna 1724)
Carlo Maratti
(Camerano 1625 - Rome 1713)
Two putti with garland of flowers
Oil on canvas 132 x 92 cm
Signed: FRAN. VARNERO TAM. FEC. ROMAE 1693

Bibliography:
G. Sestieri, Franz Werner Tamm e Carlo Maratti “Putti e Fiori per il Banchiere”, in I piaceri della vita in campagna, exhibition catalogue by F. Moro (Blegioioso 13 May-16 July 2000 / Ariccia 16 September-26 November 2000), Milan 2000, pp. 130-131.
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Franz Werner Tamm, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti stranieri 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi e U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2004, p. 236, fig. FT.43.
G. Palloni, Franz Werner Tamm called Monsù Daprait o Da Pré / Carlo Maratti, in Fiori. Natura e simbolo dal Seicento a van Gogh, exhibition catalogue by D. Benati, F. Mazzocca, A. Morandotti (Forlì, Musei di S. Domenico 24 January-20 June 2010), Milan 2010, card 42, pp. 146-147.
Il Profumo dell’Arte. Importanti pittori di fiori del XVII e XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi (Stresa, Promoart, April-June 2014), Stresa 2014, pp. 38-39.

Provenance:
Between 1693 and 1694 Carlo Maratti and Franz Werner Tamm worked together for the banker Francesco Montioni and for the marquis Nicolò Maria Pallavicini and they painted scenes of putti with floreal festoons on a blue background. They inagurated a new fashion, that had a lot of success in late Baroque in Rome. Consindering the signature and the date (1693), the painting should have been purchased by Pallavicini, whose paintings went lost during centuries.

Notes:
Stella Rudolph will insert this painting in her forthcoming monograph dedicated to Carlo Maratti.
A copy of this painting is in the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Nantes and it is considered as a work by a Roman unknown artist of the second half of the 17th century.

17. Bartolomeo Bimbi
(Settignano 1648 - Florence 1730)
Vase with flowers
Oil on canvas 95 x 75 cm

Notes:
Unpublished painting by Bartolomeo Bimbi, which dates back to the last decade of the 17th century.

21. Carlo Magini
(Fano 1720 - 1806)
Table with plate of salami and bread
Oil on canvas 48,5 x 65,6 cm

22. Carlo Magini
(Fano 1720 - 1806)
Table with cheese, plate of ham and vase with flower
Oil on canvas 48,5 x 65,5 cm

ARCHIVE

Anthology of 50 paintings sold by Galleria d’Orlane since its foundation till now.

1. Juan de Borgoña
(documented in Spain from 1495 to 1536)
St. John the Baptist
Gold ground panel 87 x 51 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
A. Condorelli, Un San Giovanni Battista di Juan de Borgoña, in Bisanzio e l’Occidente: arte, archeologia, storia. Studi in onore di Fernanda de’ Maffei, Rome 1996, pp. 593-596, fig. 5.
I. Mateo Gómez, Juan de Borgoña, Fundación de Apoyo a la Historia del Arte Hispánico, Madrid 2004, pp. 55-56.
L. Gaeta, Juan de Borgoña e gli altri. Relazioni artistiche tra Italia e Spagna nel ‘400, Università del Salento, Galatina 2012, pp. 121-122, figs. 202, 206a.

2. Bernardo Zenale
(Treviglio 1450 ca. - Milan 1526)
St. John the Baptist
Oil on panel 40 x 40 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
S. Facchinetti, Estremi di Zenale: nuovi documenti figurativi, in “Paragone”, 659, 2005, pp. 14-35, fig. 21.

3. Girolamo Alibrandi called Raffaello da Messina
(Messina 1470 ca - 1524)
St. Paul
Mixed technique on panel 96 x 133,5 cm
Messina, Museo Regionale

Bibliography:
G. Fiocco, Carpaccio, Novara 1958, fig. 117a (as Antonio Solario called lo Zingaro).
S. Marinelli, Girolamo Alibrandi a Venezia, in “Paragone”, 427, 1985, pp. 16-22, figs. 19, 22.
Arte nei secoli, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi (Casalmaggiore, Galleria d’Orlane, 18 April-10 May 1987), Vignola 1987, pp. 70-71.
G. Previtali, Una aggiunta all’Alibrandi, in “Scritti di storia dell’arte in onore di Raffaello Causa”, Naples 1988, pp. 118-121, figs. 4-5.

4. Girolamo Alibrandi called Raffaello da Messina
(Messina 1470 ca - 1524)
St. Peter
Mixed technique on panel 96 x 133,5 cm
Messina, Museo Regionale

Bibliography:
G. Fiocco, Carpaccio, Novara 1958, fig. 117b (as Antonio Solario called lo Zingaro).
S. Marinelli, Girolamo Alibrandi a Venezia, in “Paragone”, 427, 1985, pp. 16-22, figs. 18, 20, 21.
Arte nei secoli, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi (Casalmaggiore, Galleria d’Orlane, 18 April-10 May 1987), Vignola 1987, pp. 66-68.
G. Previtali, Una aggiunta all’Alibrandi, in “Scritti di storia dell’arte in onore di Raffaello Causa”, Naples 1988, pp. 118-121, figs. 4-5.

5. Jan Gossaert called Mabuse
(Maubeuge 1478 - Antwerp 1532)
Portrait of Anne of Burgundy with his son
Oil on panel 44 x 32,5 cm
Private collection

6. Girolamo Sellari called Girolamo da Carpi
(Ferrara 1501 - 1556)
Jesus’ flagellation
Oil on panel 29 x 36,5 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna. I dipinti antichi, by D. Benati and L. Peruzzi, Modena 1997, p. 44, fig. 17.
D. Benati, Girolamo Sellari called “Girolamo da Carpi”, in La Grazia dell’Arte. Collezione Grimaldi Fava. Dipinti e disegni, by D. Benati, Milan 2009, card 20, pp. 110-113.

7. Callisto Piazza
(Lodi 1500 - 1561)
Madonna with Child and Infant St. John
Oil on panel 70 x 50 cm
Lodi, Palazzo della Provincia

8. Prospero Fontana
(Bologna 1512 - 1597)
Christ with cross between St. Jerome and St. Bernard
Oil on panel 70 x 57 cm
Parma, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Parma

Provenance:
Castelbarco Litta Albani

Bibliography:
Arte nei secoli, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi (Casalmaggiore, Galleria d’Orlane, 18 April-10 May 1987), Vignola 1987, pp. 86-88.
Le collezioni d’arte della Cassa di Risparmio di Parma e Piacenza, exhibition catalogue (Traversetolo, Fondazione Magnani Rocca, 11 September-27 November 1994), Parma 1994, pp. 33-34.

9. Cornelis van Cleve
(Antwerp 1520 - 1567)
Madonna with Child and Infant St. Jhon
Oil on panel 117 x 84 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
Max J. Friedländer, Nachtragliches zu Cornelis van Cleve, in Oud Holland, Nr. 60, 1943, S. 7-14, Abb. 1.
Max J. Friedländer, Early Netherlandish Painting, Bd. IXa, Leyden 1972, S. 73, Nr. C.5, Tafel 131.

10. Giovanni Battista Ramenghi called il Bagnacavallo junior
(Bologna 1521 - 1601)
Madonna with St. Domenico, St. Caterina and three angels
Oil on canvas 66 x 78 cm
Bagnacavallo, Pinacoteca Civica

Bibliography:
Arte nei secoli, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi (Casalmaggiore, Galleria d’Orlane, 18 April-10 May 1987), Vignola 1987, pp. 90-92.
J. Winkelmann, Giovanni Battista Ramenghi called Bagnacavallo junior, in Pittura bolognese del ‘500, by V. Fortunati Pietrantonio, 2, Bologna 1986, p. 445.

11. Giovanni Battista Trotti called il Malosso
(Cremona 1555 - Parma 1619)
Madonna with Child
Oil on canvas 108,8 x 83,8 cm
Private collection

12. Andrea Scutellari called Andrea da Viadana
(documented in Cremona from 1578 to 1588)
Holy Family and angel
Oil on canvas 132 x 103 cm
Ancient frame 150 x 123 cm

Bibliography:
M. Tanzi, Malosso e dintorni, dipinti e disegni, in “Prospettiva”, 61, 1991, p. 72, fig. 18. G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Naturalia. Nature morte in collezioni pubbliche e private, pp. 30-33, pl. 3.

13. Francesco Albani
(Bologna 1578 - 1660)
Noli me tangere
Oil on canvas 154,5 x 192,5 cm
Mantua, Fondazione Banca Agricola Mantovana

Bibliography:
D. Benati, Francesco Albani, in Per una storia del collezionismo. Raccolte d’arte delle banche lombarde, exhibition catalogue (Mantua, Palazzo Te 18 April-23 June 1996), Milan 1996, card 12, p. 31.

14. Giacinto Brandi
(Rome 1623 - 1691)
St. Jerome praying
Oil on canvas 134 x 99 cm
Cosenza, Galleria Nazionale della Calabria

Provenance:
Principi Ruffo di Calabria

Bibliography:
Arte nei secoli, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi (Casalmaggiore, Galleria d’Orlane, 18 April-10 May 1987), Vignola 1987, pp. 110-112.

15. Luca Giordano
(Naples 1634 - 1705)
Maddalena in contemplation
Oil on canvas 126 x 179 cm
Cosenza, Galleria Nazionale della Calabria

16. Cesare Fracanzano
(Bisceglie 1605 ca. – Barletta 1651)
Drunken Silenus
Oil on canvas 171 x 242 cm
Private collection

17. Johann Carl Loth
(Munich 1632 - Venice 1698)
Venus and Mars
Oil on canvas 140 x 179 cm
Trento, Castello del Buonconsiglio

Bibliography:
G. Ewald, Johann Carl Loth 1632-1698, Amsterdam 1965, 476a, tafel 13

18. Giuseppe Bottani
(Cremona 1717 - Mantua 1784)
Venus’ Birth
Oil on canvas 173 x 122,5 cm
Signed “Joseph Bottani in Mantua 1770”
Mantua, Fondazione Banca Agricola Mantovana

Bibliography:
C. Perina, Considerazioni su Giuseppe Bottani, in “Arte Lombarda”, 1961, I, p. 59.
C. Tellini Perina, Giuseppe Bottani, Mantua 2000, card 54, pp. 111-112.
S. Susinno, Giuseppe Bottani, in Per una storia del collezionismo. Raccolte d’arte delle banche lombarde, exhibition catalogue (Mantua, Palazzo Te 18 April-23 June 1996), Milan 1996, card 30, p. 48.

19. Bernardino Campi
(Cremona 1522 - Reggio Emilia 1591)
Portrait of Vespasiano Gonzaga
Oil on canvas 60,5 x 51,2 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
M. Marubbi, Bernardino Campi e un nuovo ritratto di Vespasiano Gonzaga, in Vespasiano Gonzaga Colonna. L’Uomo e le Opere, Study conference proceedings by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, (Sabbioneta, Teatro Olimpico, 5 June 1999), Rotary Club Casalmaggiore-Viadana-Sabbioneta, Viadana (Mantua) 1999, pp. 39-50.
U. Bocchi, Un ritratto di Vespasiano Gonzaga di Bernardino Campi, in Documenti d’arte nel Casalasco-Viadanese. Un territorio di confine tra Cremona, Mantova e Parma, by U. Bocchi, in collaboration with G. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2003, pp. 273-275.
M. Marubbi, Bernardino Campi, in Tiziano e il ritratto di corte da Raffaello ai Carracci, exhibition catalogue (Naples, Museo di Capodimonte 25 March-24 June 2006), card C.12, pp. 196-197.

20. Justus Sustermans
(Antwerp 1597 - Florence 1681)
Portrait of Eleonora Gonzaga
Oil on canvas 60 x 44 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
U. Bocchi, Un ritratto ufficiale di Eleonora Gonzaga, in Documenti d’arte nel Casalasco-Viadanese. Un territorio di confine tra Cremona, Mantova e Parma, by U. Bocchi, in collaboration with G. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2003, pp. 275-279, fig. 295.

21. Simone Cantarini
(Pesaro 1612 - Verona 1648)
Allegory of Painting
Oil on canvas 90 x 70 cm
Private collection

22. Salvator Rosa
(Naples 1615 - Rome 1673)
Portrait of armiger
Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm
Private collection

23. Vittore Ghislandi called Frà Galgario (Bergamo 1655 - 1743)
Portrait of a young boy
Oil on canvas 60 x 44 cm
Private collection

24. Giacomo Ceruti called il Pitocchetto
(Milan 1698 - 1767)
Portrait of a young boy
Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm
Private collection

25. Gaetano Gandolfi
(San Matteo alla Decima 1734 - Bologna 1802)
Young woman with jewels on the head
Oil on canvas 45 x 35,5 cm
Private collection

Notes:
Young woman model for the painting Nozze di Cana of the Galleria Nazionale in Bologna

26. Rosalba Carriera
(Venice 1673 - 1757)
Portrait of Enrichetta Anna Sofia d’Este
Pastel on paper in oval ca 65 x 45 cm
Private collection

Notes:
A rectangular version of this portarait is in the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence. From Rosalba Carriera’s diaries we discover that the painter went to Modena in 1723 to portrait the princesses. Another version of Enrichetta’s portrait, perhaps this one, was painted in 1727.

27. Johannes Lingelbach
(Frankfurt 1622 - Amsterdam 1674)
Jan Wijnants
(Haarlem 1631/32 - Amsterdam 1684)
The return from the hunt
Oil on canvas 72 x 60 cm
Signed “J. Lingelbach” and “J. Wijnants”
Private collection

Provenance:
King George V of Hannover
House Gallery of Brunswick-Lunenburg
Provinzial Museum in Hannover

Bibliography:
J. Moltan, Verzeichniss der Bildhauerwerke und Gemälde welche sich in den Königlich Hannoverschen Sclossern und Gebauden befinden, 1844, p. 167, Nr. 20 - Königliches Schloss zum Georgengarten.
Verseichniss der zum Vermogen des Königs Georg gehorenden Gemälde, welche sich in dem Hause Nr. 3 der Landschaftstrasse zu Hannover befinden, 1876, p. 78, n. 434.
O.Eisenman, Katalog der zum Ressort der Königlichen Verwaltungs-Kommission gehorigen Sammlungen von Gemälden, ... in Provinzial-Museumgebaude an der Prinzenstrasse, Nr. 4 zu Hannover, III, 1891, p. 138, Nr. 278.
G. Riemers, Katalog der zur Fideikommis-Galerie des Gesamthauses Braunschweig und Luneburg gehorigen Gemälde und Skulpturen im Provinzial-Museum zu Hannover, 1905, I, p. 78, Nr. 210.
C. Burger-Wegener, Johannes Lingelbach 1622-1674, 1976, p. 295, Nr. 141b.
K. Eisele, Jan Wijnants (1631/32 - 1684). Ein Niedeländischer Maler der Ideallandschaft im Goldene Jahrhundert, Stuttgart 2000, Abb. 342, Nr. A4.

28. Jacques Courtois called il Borgognone
(St. Hyppolite 1621 - Rome 1676)
Battle between Christian and Turkish soldiers
Oil on canvas 97,5 x 148 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Sestieri, Jacques Courtois called il Borgognone, in I battaglisti. La pittura di battaglia dal XVI al XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue (Tivoli, Villa d’Este 16 June-30 October 2011), Rome 2011, card 11, pp. 40-41.

29. Antonio Calza
(Verona 1653 - 1725)
Battle
Oil on canvas 100 x 135 cm
Private collection

30. Pier Ilario Mercanti called lo Spolverini
(Parma 1657 - Piacenza 1734)
The Duke arrives in the back during a siege
Oil on canvas 104,5 x 152,5 cm
Private collection

31. Francesco Antonio Simonini
(Parma 1686 - 1766)
Fight with Harlequin
Oil on canvas 87 x 115 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Sestieri, Francesco Antonio Simonini, in I battaglisti. La pittura di battaglia dal XV al XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue (Tivoli, Villa d'Este 16 June-30 October 2011), card 40, pp. 92-93.

32. Pittore romano
(Rome 1620 - 1630)
Still life with fruits and vegetables on a stone ledge
Oil on canvas 74 x 105 cm
Private collection

33. Panfilo Nuvolone
(Cremona? 1581 - Milan 1631)
Crystal stand with quail
Oil on canvas sticked on panel 28,5 x 35,5 cm
Signed “Panf. Nuvoloni 160[…]”
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Panfilo Nuvolone, in Naturaliter. Nuovi contributi alla natura morta in Italia settentrionale e Toscana fra XVII e XVIII secolo, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Calenzano (Florence) 1998, p. 17, fig. 1.

34. Paolo Antonio Barbieri
(Cento 1603 - Bologna 1649)
Still life with bottle, fruit, vegetables and three mirrors
Oil on canvas 80,5 x 107,5 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Paolo Antonio Barbieri, in Naturaliter. Nuovi contributi alla natura morta in Italia settentrionale e Toscana fra XVII e XVIII secolo, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Calenzano (Florence) 1998, p. 237, fig. 292.
E. Negro, Paolo Antonio Barbieri, in La scuola del Guercino, by E. Negro, M. Pirondini and N. Roio, Modena 2004, p. 92, fig. 208.

35. Bernardo Strozzi
(Genoa 1581 - Venice 1644)
Still life with fruits in a basket and on a ceramic stand on a stone ledge
Oil on canvas 70,5 x 92 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
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36. Giovanni Stanchi
(Rome 1608 - documented in Rome until 1673)
Still life with fava beans, peas, almonds, basket with cherries, artichokes and two birds
Oil on canvas 70 x 91 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
M. Gregori, Le botteghe romane e l’Accademia di Giovanni Battista Crescenzi, in Natura morta italiana tra Cinquecento e Settecento, exhibition catalogue by M. Gregori and J.G. Prinz von Hohenzollern (München, Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung 6 December 2002-23 February 2003), Milan 2002, p. 47, fig. 3.
M. Gregori, Le botteghe romane e l’Accademia di Giovanni Battista Crescenzi, in La natura morta italiana da Caravaggio al Settecento, exhibition catalogue by M. Gregori (Florence, Palazzo Strozzi 26 June-12 October 2003), Milan 2003, p. 51, fig. 3.
L. Ravelli, “Stanchi dei fiori”, Bergamo 2005, card 1, p. 49.
M.S. Proni, La famiglia Stanchi, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti italiani 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Italian Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 265, fig. FS.24.

37. Pier Francesco Cittadini called il Milanese
(Milan 1616 - Bologna 1681)
Fish, mashrooms, fruits, a rose and a cat
Oil on canvas 77 x 117 cm
Private collection

38. Mario Nuzzi called Mario dei Fiori
(Rome 1603 - 1673)
Vase with flowers
Oil on canvas 91 x 68 cm
Private collection

39. David de Coninck called Rammelaar
(Anwerp 1644 ca - documented in Bruxelles until 1701)
Pigeons, rabbits, a cock and a cat
Oil on canvas 72,5 x 99 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, David de Coninck called Rammelaar, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti stranieri 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Foreign Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 151, fig. DC.1.

40. Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper
(Hamburg 1658 - Vienna 1724)
Hares, pheasants and other dead birds
Oil on canvas cm. 120 x 93
Signed “Tam Fe. 170[…]”
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti stranieri 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Foreign Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 212, fig. FT.22.

41. Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper
(Hamburg 1658 - Vienna 1724)
Still life of fruit in a garden
Oil on canvas 73 x 99 cm
Signed “FT”
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti stranieri 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Foreign Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 202, fig. FT.3.

42. Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper
(Hamburg 1658 - Vienna 1724)
Still life of fruit with flowers and three birds
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti stranieri 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Foreign Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 230, fig. FT.35.

43. Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper
(Hamburg 1658 - Vienna 1724)
Still life of fruit with flowers and two birds
Oil on canvas 61 x 84 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Franz Werner von Tamm called Daprait or Dapper, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti stranieri 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Foreign Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 230, fig. FT.36.

44. Carlo Manieri called Maestro della Floridiana
(Taranto? - documented in Rome from 1662 to 1700)
Still life of fruit
Oil on canvas 59 x 126 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Carlo Manieri, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti italiani 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Italian Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, pp. 543, fig. CM.14.

45. Giovanni Paolo Castelli called Spadino
(Rome 1659 - 1730 ca.)
Putti and fruits
Oil on canvas 134,5 x 98 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Giovanni Paolo Castelli called Spadino, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti italiani 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Italian Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 610, fig. GPS.19.

46. Giovanni Paolo Castelli called Spadino
(Rome 1659 - 1730 ca.)
Putti and fruits
Oil on canvas 134,5 x 98 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Giovanni Paolo Castelli called Spadino, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti italiani 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Italian Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 611, fig. GPS.20.

47. Giovanni Paolo Castelli called Spadino
(Rome 1659 - 1730 ca)
Still life with fruits in a glass cup and others fruits on the ground
Oil on canvas 75,5 x 99 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
G. Bocchi-U. Bocchi, Giovanni Paolo Castelli called Spadino, in Pittori di natura morta a Roma. Artisti italiani 1630-1750 / Still Life Painters in Rome. Italian Artists 1630-1750, by G. Bocchi and U. Bocchi, Viadana (Mantua) 2005, p. 602, fig. GPS.11.

48. Giuseppe Volò called Vicenzino
(Milan 1662 - documented until 1716)
Basket with fruits and carnations on a stone ledge
Oil on canvas 84 x 61,5 cm
Signed “Giuseppe Vicenzino”
Private collection

49. Bartolomeo Bimbi
(Settignano 1648 - Florence 1730)
Flowers in a vase
Oil on canvas 44 x 57,5 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
S. Bellesi, Catalogo dei Pittori fiorentini del ‘600 e ‘700, Florence 2009, I, p. 51, pl. LXXV.
Il Profumo dell’Arte. Importanti pittori di fiori del XVII e XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi (Stresa, Promoart, April-June 2014), Stresa 2014, p. 43.

50. Bartolomeo Bimbi
(Settignano 1648 - Florence 1730)
Flowers in a vase
Oil on canvas 44 x 57,5 cm
Private collection

Bibliography:
S. Bellesi, Catalogo dei Pittori fiorentini del ‘600 e ‘700, Florence 2009, I, p. 51, pl. LXXVI.
Il Profumo dell’Arte. Importanti pittori di fiori del XVII e XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue by G. Bocchi (Stresa, Promoart, April-June 2014), Stresa 2014, p. 42.