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  • Faringdon Collection - The Briar Rose Series: the Briar Wood
    No 37 Artist Burne Jones Sir Edward Coley Bt A R A The Briar Rose Series the Briar Wood Copyright The Trustees of the Faringdon Collection 1999 All rights reserved

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  • Faringdon Collection - The Briar Rose Series: the Council Chamber
    No 38 Artist Burne Jones Sir Edward Coley Bt A R A The Briar Rose Series the Council Chamber Copyright The Trustees of the Faringdon Collection 1999 All rights reserved

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  • Faringdon Collection - St Jerome Contemplating In a Landscape
    detail and the composition is indicated by a border The other studies on the sheet are unrelated to this composition The sheet is generally dated c 1580 Background This is a subject that was often treated by Palma The sheet of studies referred to above includes a second composition with St Jerome which has some affinity with Palma s signed painting of the subject in the Moscow Museum of Fine

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  • Faringdon Collection - St Jerome, Half Length, Kneeling In a Landscape
    Cocke Pier Francesco Mola 1972 pp 41 2 44 5 No 6 pl 37 M Aronberg Lavin Barberini Inventories 1975 p 411 vii Inv 86 404 Exhibition Details Colnaghi London Old Masters 1964 No 13 Background Universally accepted in modern times as a major late work by the eclectic Roman artist P F Mola 1612 66 this picture must now be considered the masterpiece of his pupil G B Pace hitherto chiefly known as a copyist working for the Chigi cf I Faldi Arte Antica e Moderna 1966 pp 147 50 It would appear to have been acquired or commissioned by Prince Maffeo Barberini 1631 85 sometime between his last inventory ad vivum c 1680 and his death since it only appears in his posthumous inventory of 1686 in the Palazzo alle Quattro Fontane as Un quadro p er alto con S Girolimo con le braccia larghe che mira il Cielo con tre Serafini alto p alm i 8 largo 7 incirca con cornice liscia noce e oro mano di Gio Batta Pace The close relationship of the St Jerome to Mola s ex Chigi St Bruno of c 1665 has been pointed out by Arslan although the pose of

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  • Faringdon Collection - St Simeon, Full Length
    more recent scholarship has tended to attribute this painting to Bernardino rather than Francesco but this has gone with a new tendency to see the probably younger and shorter lived Bernardino as the more creative brother in the partnership The brothers were very eclectic making determination of their joint and separate styles difficult and it was anyway only in 1505 6 that they were temporarily working apart and signing works individually There are similarities in type between this bishop saint and the High Priest in the Marriage of the Virgin in Capodimonte Roli op cit p 231 and fig 82b attributed by Roli to Bernardino but by Zama to both brothers and the bishop saints in the Madonna and Child enthroned with the Magdalen and a Bishop Saint of unknown location Berenson Central and North Italian Schools 1968 p 454 pl 1035 attributed to Bernardino alone and the Madonna and Child enthroned with SS Christopher and Apollinaris in the Santuario di Castel di Mezzo Berenson p 452 pl 1048 plausibly assumed by Roli and Zama to have been executed by Francesco alone when he was working in the Marches Although the Forlivese echoes in the present panel might seem to

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  • Faringdon Collection - The Head of a Girl
    Collection Details Sold by J H Ward at Christie s 14 June 1907 lot 54 as Bissolo bt by Agnew for Alexander Henderson later lst Lord Faringdon Background The painting is largely retouched The attribution is due to Prof E K Waterhouse but it is difficult to find parallels with secure portraits of women by Ingannati eg that in the Kress collection The previous attribution to Bissolo has something to

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  • Faringdon Collection - Madonna and Child with the Infant St John
    1910 p 229 Berenson Italian Pictures Central and North Italian 1968 i p 405 Exhibition Details Oxford Ashmolean Museum Loan Exhibition from Lockinge House 1934 No 2 Background Described in the Wantage catalogue as Milanese School with the suggestion in the 1922 publication that it may be by Sodoma or Soggi and listed by Cust Segard and Berenson who is presumably referring to the present picture although not describing it

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  • Faringdon Collection - The Mystic Marriage of St Catherine with St Peter
    St Catherine Old Palma thence by descent to Sir Francis Fremantle his sale Christie s 14 December 1945 lot 33 bt by Agnew for Lord Faringdon Literature Philip Rylands Palma il Vecchio 1988 No 28 Background St Catherine of Alexandria dreamt that she saw the Madonna and Child and that the Infant Christ betrothed her to him with a ring which she took as a sign that she should vow herself to perpetual virginity The asymmetrical and unbalanced composition indicates that the picture has been cut at the left The panel is painted to the extremity of the left edge but not to the right it is however bevelled at the left An apparent pentiment at the left of the Madonna also indicates that there was originally an additional figure Behind the Madonna a further pentiment suggests the previous existence of a curtain or screen between this figure and the landscape background The original composition is as Prof Waterhouse has communicated known by an old copy of this design that was at Hamilton Palace and is now in Lord Rosebery s collection at Dalmeny Except in minor details of the landscape it conforms exactly with the Buscot picture Behind the

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