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Francesco Hayez - Young woman portrait
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Still life with game, fruit and basket
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Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, detto Battistello - Gone to Calvary
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Mosè Bianchi - In the Duomo of Monza
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Guido Cinotti - Mountain pass with snow
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Fausto Pirandello - Naked in the mirror
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Anselmo Bucci - Self portrait
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Pompeo Mariani - View of Cairo
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Emilio Borsa - Mills in Monza
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Eugenio Spreafico - From work. The return from the spinning mill
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Giuseppe Meda - Lamentation over the Dead Christ with Saint John the Baptist
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Simone Pellegrini - The libation
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Giuseppe Grandi - Female bust
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Angelo Inganni - View of the new district in Monza
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Arturo Martini - Leda with the swan
Francesco Hayez - Young woman portrait
Still life with game, fruit and basket
Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, detto Battistello - Gone to Calvary
Mosè Bianchi - In the Duomo of Monza
Guido Cinotti - Mountain pass with snow
Fausto Pirandello - Naked in the mirror
Anselmo Bucci - Self portrait
Pompeo Mariani - View of Cairo
Emilio Borsa - Mills in Monza
Eugenio Spreafico - From work. The return from the spinning mill
Giuseppe Meda - Lamentation over the Dead Christ with Saint John the Baptist
Simone Pellegrini - The libation
Giuseppe Grandi - Female bust
Angelo Inganni - View of the new district in Monza
Arturo Martini - Leda with the swan

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Description

It is a traditional seventeenth-century still life composition: subject very much in vogue at the time, the theme of still life lends itself to infinite variations intended to enhance the artist's technical skills in the mimetic rendering of reality. In the Monza painting, which came to the museum thanks to an important inheritance from 1923, the figure of the pouring duck is striking, next to a woodcock and other birds and fruit arranged on a wicker basket. The work was exhibited in the Pinacoteca in 1935 as a production of the 17th century Cremonese school; in view of the reopening to the public of the Civic Museums in 2014, it has undergone an important restoration which has made it possible to regain full readability.

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