Antique Spanish Colonial Cuzco School Oil Painting Archangel Raphael W/fish Yqz
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Antique Spanish Colonial Cuzco School Oil Painting Archangel Raphael W/fish Yqz:
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BIG Brown Canvas Restretched Gilt Frame Chicago Gallery
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Up in this sale is an antique painting, in the Spanish Colonial Cuzco school of painting. It depicts the Archangel Raphael with a fish. It is quite large, painted on a rough brown canvas, it was at some time in the past restretched and framed in this massive gilt frame. This came out of a Chicago Magnificent Mile gallery. We do not know an actual age on the original painting or canvas, there are some paint chips off the top, though they are hard to see because of the brown canvas underneath. It measures approx. 22" x 32" for just the painting, in the huge gilt frame approx. 33" x 43".
Due to its size we are putting this down as pick up only, right here in our thriving metropolis of Seaford, DE. We can make arrangements to ship this anywhere, with or without the frame. Email us for a quote.
We found this on Wikipedia:
The Cuzco School (Escuela Cuzqueña) was a Roman Catholic artistic tradition based in Cusco, Peru (the former capital of the Inca Empire) during the Colonial period, in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. It was not limited to Cuzco only, but spread to other cities in the Andes, as well as to present day Bolivia and Ecuador.
The tradition originated after the 1534 Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire, and it is considered the first artistic center that systematically taught European artistic techniques in the Americas.
The Cusqueña paintings were a form of religious art whose main purpose was didactic. The Spanish, who aimed to convert the Incas to Catholicism, sent a group of religious artists to Cusco. These artists formed a school for Quechua people and mestizos, teaching them drawing and oil painting. The designation "Cusqueña," however, is not limited to the city of Cusco or to indigenous artists, as Spanish creoles participated in the tradition as well.
A major patron of the Cuzco artists was Bishop Manuel de Mollinedo y Angulo, who collected European art and made his collection available to Peruvian artists. He promoted and financially assisted such Cusqueña artists such as Basilio Santa Cruz Pumacallao, Antonio Sinchi Roca Inka, and Marcos Rivera.
In 1688 Spanish-born and mestizo members of the Cuzco painting guild chose to break ranks with the Indian painters. This split led to the far more numerous Quechua Indian painters developing their own styles, based upon the latest European art works. They also created a tradition of painting Inca monarchs – a departure from Christian religious themes and an expression of cultural pride.
The defining characteristics of the Cusqueña style are believed to have originated in the art of Quechua painter Diego Quispe Tito.
Cusqueña paintings are characterized by their use of exclusively religious subjects, their lack of perspective, and the predominance of red, yellow and earth colors. They are also remarkable for their lavish use of gold leaf, especially with images of the Virgin Mary. Though the Cusqueño painters were familiar with prints of Byzantine, Flemish and Italian Renaissance art, their works were freer than those of their European tutors; they used bright colors and distorted, dramatic images. They often adapted the topics to depict their native flora and fauna as a backdrop in their works.
Warrior angels became a popular motif in Cusqueña paintings.
Most Cusqueña paintings were created anonymously because of Pre-Columbian traditions that define art as communal. An exception is one of the last members of the Cuzco School, Marcos Zapata (c. 1710-1773). Other known artists of the Cuzco School include Diego Cusihuamán, Gregorio Gamarra, Basilio Santa Cruz Pumacallao, and Antonio Sinchi Roca Inka. Estimated shipping weight, (packaged) is 32 lbs 8 oz in a 48 x 38 x 8 box. ************ What a great find!
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