Giovanni Paolo PANNINI or PANINI (Piacenza, 1691 - Rome, 1765) Landscape with ruins
Important oil painting on canvas, attributed by the historian art critic Ferdinando Arisi to the painter, architect and set designer, Giovanni Paolo Pannini, known as Panini.
According to what Arisi wrote in the letter of 1972 (attached to the work), the painting belongs to the earliest Roman years of Giovanni Paolo Panini, between 1711-1715.
Years in which he studied the style and manner of the Milanese painter Giovanni Ghisolfi, who inspired him for the execution of this magnificent landscape.
Panini's hand is unmistakable "... in the chromatic intonation of the whole, in the vibrations of light", "... the nervous and liquid touch with which the reliefs of the satyrs and the mask are drawn (in the vase) ... "
Work in excellent state of conservation, it has been restored and relined in a past intervention and placed inside a splendid coeval wooden frame carved with acanthus leaves and gilded with gold leaf.
Frame size: 55 x 66 cm;
Painting size: 29.5 x 41.5 cm.
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