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Antonio Joli - The royal procession of Piedigrotta seen from the west
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Antonio Joli - The royal procession of Piedigrotta seen from the east
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Antonio Zona - Portrait of Louise Loy Smart
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John Riley - Portrait of Louis Dufort-Duras Earl of Feversham
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King David and the water carriers, Solomon and the Queen of Sheba
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Utagawa Hiroshige - Night snow in Kambara
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Jan Saenredam da Hendrick Goltzius - Mario Furio Camillo arrives in Rome to negotiate with the Gauls
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Giovanni Britto o Nicolò Boldrini da Tiziano Vecellio - Mystical marriage of Saint Catherine
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Rosalba Carriera - Madonna
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Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller - Prayer before the storm
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Giuseppe Ceracchi - Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte
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Bertel Thorvaldsen - Portrait of Michele Coronini Cronberg
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Pair of glasses
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Andreas Ferdinand Spiegel - Spoil
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Shelf clock
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Pair of cafes
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Martin-Guillaume Biennais - Pair of salt cellars
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Pitcher and sugar bowl
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Spring
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Luca Pacioli - About the game of chess
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Pierre Philippe Thomire - Shelf clock
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Desk service
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Shotgun
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Cup with saucer
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Franz Xaver Messerschmidt - The man who looks at the sun
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Franz Xaver Messerschmidt - The sneeze
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Bureau-cabinet
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Spoil
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Wedding fan
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Edouard De Beaumon - Folding fan
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Dress with tailcoat, breeches and waistcoat
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Cup with saucer
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Glass
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Pauline Ducruet Augustin; Jean-Baptiste Fossin - Bracelet with miniature portrait of Count Edwin de Fagan
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Soup bowl
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Etagère with mirror
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Francesco Caucig - The Visitation
Antonio Joli - The royal procession of Piedigrotta seen from the west
Antonio Joli - The royal procession of Piedigrotta seen from the east
Antonio Zona - Portrait of Louise Loy Smart
John Riley - Portrait of Louis Dufort-Duras Earl of Feversham
King David and the water carriers, Solomon and the Queen of Sheba
Utagawa Hiroshige - Night snow in Kambara
Jan Saenredam da Hendrick Goltzius - Mario Furio Camillo arrives in Rome to negotiate with the Gauls
Giovanni Britto o Nicolò Boldrini da Tiziano Vecellio - Mystical marriage of Saint Catherine
Rosalba Carriera - Madonna
Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller - Prayer before the storm
Giuseppe Ceracchi - Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte
Bertel Thorvaldsen - Portrait of Michele Coronini Cronberg
Pair of glasses
Andreas Ferdinand Spiegel - Spoil
Shelf clock
Pair of cafes
Martin-Guillaume Biennais - Pair of salt cellars
Pitcher and sugar bowl
Spring
Luca Pacioli - About the game of chess
Pierre Philippe Thomire - Shelf clock
Desk service
Shotgun
Cup with saucer
Franz Xaver Messerschmidt - The man who looks at the sun
Franz Xaver Messerschmidt - The sneeze
Bureau-cabinet
Spoil
Wedding fan
Edouard De Beaumon - Folding fan
Dress with tailcoat, breeches and waistcoat
Cup with saucer
Glass
Pauline Ducruet Augustin; Jean-Baptiste Fossin - Bracelet with miniature portrait of Count Edwin de Fagan
Soup bowl
Etagère with mirror
Francesco Caucig - The Visitation

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Description

The two tablets, painted on both sides, formed the side doors of a small triptych that probably presented an Adoration of the Magi in the central panel that was not received. This theme, of which the two biblical episodes on the panels were considered a prefiguration, was in fact very popular in the merchant city of Antwerp, where in the first decades of the sixteenth century a group of artists, mostly anonymous, developed a particular pictorial style, called "Mannerism of Antwerp", characterized by crowded compositions, by figures in elegant and artificial poses dressed in elaborate exotic clothes, by the use of bright and iridescent colors, by a bizarre mixture, in the architecture, of late Gothic elements and of Renaissance motifs. This original language is emphasized by the technical virtuosity of Flemish painting, particularly effective in the realistic rendering of fabrics, furs, feathers, metals and jewels. On the back are depicted Saint Gertrude of Nivelles and Saint Hadrian of Nicomedia.

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