Pintoricchio – Catalogue Of Works Of Pintoricchio

Except when in fresco, the paintings are all in tempera on wood.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY BUDA-PESTH.

MADONNA AND CHILD AND ANGEL. [No. 62.] I ft. 9 in. x I ft. 6 in.

BRITISH ISLES LONDON, THE NATIONAL GALLERY.

ST. CATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA. [No. 693.] On wood, I ft. 9 in. x I ft. 3 in.

A monk kneeling in adoration. Landscape background. Bequeathed by Lieut.-Gen. Sir W. Moore in 1862.

THE MADONNA AND CHILD. [No. 703.] In tempera, on poplar, I ft. Io in. x I ft. 3 in.

The Infant stands on a carpeted parapet in front of its Mother, only half of whose figure is seen : a rocky landscape in the background.

Formerly in the Wallerstein Collection. Presented in 1863 by Her Majesty the Queen, in fulfilment of the wishes of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort.

THE RETURN OF ULYSSES TO PENELOPE. [No. 911.] A fresco, transferred to canvas, 4 ft. I in. x 4 ft. 9 in.

Penelope is seated at her loom ; on the floor at her right is a damsel winding thread on shuttles from a ball of yarn which a cat is playing with. Four suitors in gay costume have entered the room ; in the background Ulysses himself is seen in the doorway, just entering ; his bow and quiver of arrows are hanging up above the head of Penelope.

From the open window is seen the ship of Ulysses, with the hero bound to the mast ; sirens are disporting them-selves in the sea ; the palace of Circe is on an island near, with swine and other animals in its vicinity.

Painted about 1509. Formerly in the Pandolfo Petrucci Palace at Siena; transferred from the wall for M. Joly de Bammeville, in 1844, by Pellegrino Succi. Subsequently in Mr. Barker’s Collection, at whose sale it was purchased in 1874.

OXFORD, TAYLORIAN MUSEUM.

PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN (?). [No. 22.]

FRANCE

PARIS, THE LOUVRE, MUSÉE NAPOLEON III.

MADONNA WITH ST. GREGORY AND ST. JOHN BAPTIST. [No. 1417.] I ft. 11 in. x 1 ft. 4 in. (?)

GERMANY BERLIN GALLERY.

MADONNA AND CHILD. (?)

BERLIN, PYRKER COLLECTION.

RELIQUARY, ST. AUGUSTINE AND TWO SAINTS. [No. 132A.] I ft. 5 in. x 9 in.

DRESDEN, THE GALLERY.

PORTRAIT OF A BoY, WITH A LANDSCAPE BACKGROUND. [No. 41.] I ft. 8 in. x 1 ft. 2 in.

LEIPZIG, THE GALLERY. ST. MICHAEL (?). [No. 480.]

ITALY

ASSISI, CHURCH OF SANTA MARIA DEGLI ANGELI (CHAPEL OF ST. BONAVENTURA).

GOD THE FATHER.

MILAN, THE PALAllO BORROMEO, SALA CIM-BALLO.

CHRIST BEARING THE CROSS. [No. 36.] 1513. See page 148.

MILAN, PRINCE PIO DI SAVOIA.

MADONNA. 1497.

MILAN, MARCHESE VISCONTI-VENOSTA.

A SMALL PAINTED CRUCIFIX.

NAPLES, THE PICTURE GALLERY.

THE MADONNA IN GLORY.

PERUGIA, THE GALLERY, SALA XI.

POLYPTYCH. [NO. IO.] 1498.

The Madonna and Child with St. John. Pietà. Christ with two Angels. Angel of the Annunciation. Virgin. St. Augustine. St. Jerome.

PredelZa.—St. Mark. St. Luke. Scene in the life of St. Augustine. St. Matthew. St. John. St. Jerome in the Desert.

Painted for the high altar of the church of Santa Maria dei Fossi. After the inroad of the French in 181o, was preserved in small panels in the Academy.

ST. AUGUSTINE AND FOUR MEMBERS OF THE CONFRATERNITY, with their escutcheons below. [No. 12] 1500.

Presented by Cav. Silvestro Baldrini (d. 187o), President of the Academy of Arts in Perugia.

ROME, THE BORGHESE GALLERY.

CHRIST ON THE CROSS, WITH ST. CHRISTOPHER AND ST. JEROME (?). [No. 377.] I ft. II in. x I ft. 4 in.

ROME, CASTEL ST. ANGELO. FRAGMENTS OF FRESCOES. 1497.

ROME, THE BORGIA APARTMENTS OF THE VATICAN.

FRESCOES. In great part by his own hand. All done from his designs and under his superintendence. 1492-1495.

First Room—Hall of Mysteries.

Assumption. Annunciation. Nativity. Adoration of Magi. Resurrection. Ascension. Coming of the Holy Ghost. Ceiling—Evangelists and Fathers.

Second Room—Hall of Saints.

The Madonna and Child. Scenes from lives of St. Susanna, St. Barbara, St. Antony Abbot, and St. Paul the Hermit. St. Catherine disputing with the Philosophers. Ceiling Decoration—Story of Osiris and Isis.

Third Room—Hall of Arts and Sciences.

Over door—Madonna and Child.

Geometry. Arithmetic. Music. Rhetoric. Grammar.

Fourth Room—Hall of Creeds. The Prophets.

Fifth Room—Hall of Sibyls. The Sibyls.

ROME, THE SIXTINE CHAPEL OF THE VATICAN.

JOURNEY OF MOSES, and BAPTISM OF CHRIST. Frescoes. 1482-1483.

ROME, THE BELVEDERE, GALLERIA DELLE STATERE.

FRAGMENTS OF DECORATIVE FRESCOES.

ROME, THE COLONNA PALACE, GREAT HALL. DECORATIVE FRESCOES IN SPANDRELS.

ROME, THE PALAllO DEI PENITENZIERI. FRAGMENTS OF FRESCOES.

ROME, CHURCH OF ARA COELI, BUFFALINI CHAPEL.

Frescoes of the LIFE AND DEATH OF ST. BERNARDINO. See page 50.

ROME, SANTA MARIA DEL POPOLO.

Fourth Chapel, R. Frescoes — THE NATIVITY. Five Lunettes with scenes from the LIFE OF ST. JEROME.

Choir—CEILING FRESCOES. 1505.

ROME, THE VATICAN GALLERY.

THE CORONATION OF THE VIRGIN. 11 ft. x 6 ft. 8 in. 1505.

Painted for the nuns of La Fratta (now Umbertide). See page 146.

SAN GEMIGNANO, THE MUNICIPIO.

THE MADONNA IN GLORY, WITH SAINTS.

Painted for the monks of Monte Oliveto.

SAN SEVERINO, SACRISTY OF THE DUOMO.

THE MADONNA AND CHILD, WITH THE DONOR AND TWO ANGELS.

SAN SEVERINO, THE PINACOTECA, SALA IX. THE NATIVITY. [No. 26.] 9 ft. 2 in. x 6 ft. From the convent of Campansi in Sienâ.

MADONNA AND CHILD WITH AN ANGEL. [No. 28.] 2 ft. r in. x 1 ft. 8 in.

From the convent of Santa Maria Maddalena.

[These are attributed by some writers to Pintoricchio, but not accepted by the author.]

SIENA, THE ACCADEMIA, SALA XI.

HOLY FAMILY. [No. 45.] Tondo. Diameter, 2 ft. 9 in.

From the convent of Campansi.

SIENA, THE DUOMO, THE LIBRERIA.

Frescoes—Ten frescoes, illustrating LIFE of Pius II. 1503-1508.

Lunette over door—Fresco, THE CORONATION OF PIUS III. SIENA, THE CAPPELLA DI SAN GIOVANNI. Frescoes—THE BIRTH OF ST. JOHN.

PORTRAITS OF ALBERTO ARINGHIERI in youth and old age.

SIENA, THE DUOMO.

PAVEMENT—WISDOM AND FORTUNE. 1504.

SPELLO, THE CHURCH OF THE COLLEGIATA, SECOND ALTAR, R.

THE MADONNA AND CHILD.

SPELLO, THE BAGLIONI CHAPEL, CHURCH OF THE COLLEGIATA.

Frescoes — ANNUNCIATION. ADORATION OF MAGI. CHRIST AMONG THE DOCTORS. 1501.

SPELLO, THE SACRISTY OF THE CHURCH OF THE COLLEGIATA.

THE MADONNA AND CHILD. 1501.

SPELLO, THE OLD SACRISTY OF THE CHURCH OF THE COLLEGIATA.

Fresco Of AN ANGEL.

SPELLO, THE CHURCH OF SANT’ ANDREA,

R. TRANSEPT.

THE MADONNA AND CHILD ENTHRONED.

ST. LOUIS OF TOULOUSE, ST. ANDREW, ST. LAURENCE AND ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI, WITH ANGELS. I508.

SPELLO, SAN GIROLAMO, CLOISTER CHAPEL.

ADORATION OF SHEPHERDS.

Fresco—Remains of a NATIVITY.

Behind the Altar — Fresco of THE MARRIAGE OF THE VIRGIN.

SPOLETO, THE DUOMO, FIRST CHAPEL, R.

Ruined frescoes—THE MADONNA AND SAINTS. GOD THE FATHER AND ANGELS. THE DEAD CHRIST.

SPAIN VALENCIA.

THE MADONNA AND CHILD, WITH DONOR.

Sent to Xativà by Cardinal Borjà.

( Originally Published 1908 )

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