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Venus and Cupid

Palma, Jacopo (called Palma il Vechio) (painter)


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Title/s

Venus and Cupid

Maker/s

Palma, Jacopo (called Palma il Vechio) (painter)

Category

painting

Name

painting

School/Style

Italian

Venetian School

Technique Description

oil on canvas

Dimensions

height: 118.1 cm
width: 208.9 cm

Date

circa 1523 to 1524

Provenance

bequeathed: Fitzwilliam, Richard, 7th Viscount 1816 (Filtered for: Paintings, Drawings and Prints)

Queen Christina of Sweden, Rome (d. 1689); Orleans family; exh. for sale, London, Mr Bryan's Gallery, 26ff. Dec. 1798 (34), not sold; sale, London, Coxe, Burrell and Foster, Mr Bryan's Gallery, 14 Feb. 1800 (31), bt. Walton

Documentation

  1. (2005) Treasures of the Fitzwilliam Museum, London: Scala [page: 28]
  2. Earp, F.R. (1902) A Descriptive Catalogue of the Pictures in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (Cambs.) [page: 149, 150]
  3. (1912) The Principal Pictures in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, London? [page: 122]
  4. (1929) The Principal Pictures in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (1929), London? [page: 147]
  5. Stryienski, C. (1913) La Galerie du Régent, [page: 35]
  6. Venturi, A. (1913) Storia dell'Arte Italiana, [page: 417]
  7. Spahn, A. (1932) Palma Vecchio,
    [comments: pl. XXXIII]
  8. Spahn, A. (1932) Palma Vecchio, [page: 100]
  9. Berenson, Bernard (1957) Italian pictures of the Renaissance: a list of the principal artists and their works, with an index of places. Venetian school, London?: Phaidon Press
    [comments: pl. 926]
  10. Winter, Carl (1958) The Fitzwilliam Museum, An Illustrated Survey, London: Trianon Press
    [comments: pl. 47]
  11. Goodison, J.W. (1967) [Unknown; Illustrated London News; 1960], London [page: 93]
    Source title: Illustrated London News (1960)
  12. Freedberg, S.J. (1971) Painting in Italy, 1500-1600, : Pelican History of Art [page: 222, 495]
    [comments: pl. 145]
  13. Goodison, J.W. (1967) Catalogue of Paintings in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Italian School, Cambridge (Cambs.): Cambridge University Press [page: 115-118]
    [comments: pl. 34]
  14. Mariacher, Giovanni (1975) Pittori Bergamaschi Dal XIII al XIV Secolo. Banca Popolare Bergano. Il Cinquecento I, [page: 189]
    Source title: Palma Vecchio (
    [comments: repr. colour]
  15. Keach, W. Cupid disarmed or Venus Wounded, An Ovidian Source for Michelangelo and Bronzino, [page: 330]
    Source title: Warburg Journal (1978)
    [comments: pl. 50d]
  16. Rylands, Philip (1988) Palma Il Vecchio L'opera completa, Milan [page: 233]
    [comments: pl. 11, detail of Cupid, pl. 12]

Accession Number

109 (Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
(Reference Number: 563; Input Date: 1999-12-13 / Last Edit: 2009-01-27)

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