Schlagwort: Painting

Cheer up, young man, it could have been worse!

A brief analysis of the Taipei painting incident Dr. Martin Pracher A short video currently went viral where an unfortunate young boy tripped and punched a tear in an Italian baroque painting supposedly by the painter Paolo Porpora (1617-1673) and later said to be from the hand of Mario Nuzzi (1603-1673). The fist size hole…

A return ticket for Serodine

By Fabrizo Dassie, Milano. „The Inedited Portrait of a Young Man“ (Oil on canvas, 30×40 cm) by Giovanni Serodine (Ascona 1600-1631 Rome) has not always been a recognized work of art by one of the most important painters of the European baroque, before it arrived at the Museo Cantonale di Züst (Ticino), but a painting…

The discovery of an early Toorop

Guestpost by Wendela Wagenaar-Burgemeister I was asked to advise on an inheritance formed by a collection of nineteenth- and twentieth century- Dutch paintings and works on paper, porcelain and glass. Among the paintings was a so far unrecorded beautiful small landscape with houses by the Dutch artist Jan Theodoor Toorop (1885-1928), 28 x 35 cm.,…