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Antonello da Messina - Behold the man
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Filippo Parodi - Frame with the Myth of Paris
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Guido Reni - Sacred and Profane Love
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Antoon van Dyck - Portrait of Ansaldo Pallavicino as a child
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Filippo Maria Mongiardino - Console and mirror
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Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, detto il Grechetto - Journey of Abraham (Meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek)
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Bernardo Strozzi, detto il Cappuccino - Sorrowful Virgin
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Valerio Castello - Marriage of the Virgin
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Series of four Famiglia Rosa vases
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Domenico Piola - Allegory of Fortitude and Justice
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Marcantonio Franceschini - Moses worships idols
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Matthias Melijn - Parade plate with the Departure of Christopher Columbus from Palos
Antonello da Messina - Behold the man
Filippo Parodi - Frame with the Myth of Paris
Guido Reni - Sacred and Profane Love
Antoon van Dyck - Portrait of Ansaldo Pallavicino as a child
Filippo Maria Mongiardino - Console and mirror
Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, detto il Grechetto - Journey of Abraham (Meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek)
Bernardo Strozzi, detto il Cappuccino - Sorrowful Virgin
Valerio Castello - Marriage of the Virgin
Series of four Famiglia Rosa vases
Domenico Piola - Allegory of Fortitude and Justice
Marcantonio Franceschini - Moses worships idols
Matthias Melijn - Parade plate with the Departure of Christopher Columbus from Palos

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The board retains the original painting not only on the board, but also on the frame. Here appears a painted cartouche with the signature of its author: Antonello da Messina. In his life spent between his native Sicily, Naples and Venice, Antonello was able to create a bridge between the Italian and Flemish pictorial traditions. The result was an art characterized by a meticulous rendering of detail, a monumental breadth and an intense emotional charge. The Ecce Homo was acquired in 1824 by Giacomo Spinola and has been kept in this building ever since.

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