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attributed to Master of the Magdalen Legend

De HH. Cosmas en Damianus met stichter (links), Maria met kind en de H. Francsiscus (midden), de H. Anna met stichtster (rechts), eerste kwart 16de eeuw
Genua, private collection Galleria [..]
Object information
Object category
triptych
Physical connection
Reference in ‘composite artworks’: artworks that are/were connected, such as alterpieces, decorative pieces incorporated in panelling, and works of art that were intended to be displayed together, such as pendants and series.

triptych, open

Support/medium
panel, oil paint
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (portrait format) ? x ? cm
Current attribution
attributed to Master of the Magdalen Legend
Bron: M.J. Friedländer
volgens eigenhandige notitie M.J. Friedländer op reproductie: '...[moeilijk leesbaar] Privatbes.[itz] / (Wiesbaden) / Mad.[onna] allein in / dies[?] Kompos.[ition] / ....[moeilijk leesbaar] /von Magd.Leg. / Mst'; zie ook bij literatuur: Friedländer 1967-1976
Date
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first quarter 16th century (1500 - 1524)
Artistically related
Artistically related to other work
Such as a preparatory studie, comparable composition, other version, or copy of the artwork in this record.
  • partial copy after
    Rogier van der Weyden
    Friedländer 1967-1976, dl. XII, p. 90, nr. 6: 'The Virgin, possibly harking back to Rogier van der Weyden, already appears in a similar version in an engraving by the Master of the Banderoles (about 1480). The motive was also used by van Orley, and by the Master of the Legend of the Magdalene on more than one occasion'; Friedländer 1967-1976, dl. VIII, p. 104, nr. 94: '[...] Virgin and Child, after an older model, possibly by Rogier van der Weyden, which is preserved in an engraving by the Master of the Banderoles and used repeatedly by the Master of the Legend of the Magdalen (see Jahrbuch der Preussischen Kunstsammlungen, 1909, p. 10).'; Friedländer 1967-1976, dl. II, p. 86, nr. 120a: 'This composition was employed especially early in the 16th century by Bernard van Orley and the Master of the Legend of the Magdalene, cf. my essay in Jahrbuch der Preussischen Kunstsammlungen, Vol. 30, p. 10 ff., and also Winkler (p. 64), who documents German copies.'

  • (almost) identical with
    Master of the Magdalen Legend
    drieluik met de HH. Hieronymus en Gregorius en een stichter (linkerluik), Maria met kind en de H. Franciscus (middenpaneel), de H. Catharina en een stichtster; op de buitenzijden van de luiken in grisaille: de Aanbidding van de Wijzen en heraldische wapens toebehorend aan de familie Canizares (volgens opgave veilingcat.), veiling Londen (Sotheby's), 06-07-2010, nr. 27, als Meester van de Legende van de Heilige Magdalena

    mogelijk betreft het hetzelfde drieluik als onderhavig kunstwerknummer, maar dan in een aanzienlijk andere toestand

  • related to
    Bernard van Orley
    zie Friedländer 1967-1976, dl. VIII, nr. 94

  • related to

    zie kunstwerknummers 34992, 48428, 49429, 49433, 50972, 50893, 50906, 50911, 51056, 51057, 51062, 51070, 51072, 51074, 54525

  • related to

    volgens eigenhandige notitie M.J. Friedländer op reproductie: ' cf. Che[r of z?] Mayer / entsprech. Altar'

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Entered on: 2002-06-18; Last modification: 2014-06-30

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