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Incoronazione della Vergine con i santi Caterina d’Alessandria, Giovanni Evangelista, Bonaventura e Orsola

Vincenzo Pagani

This painting, by prolific and eclectic artist Francesco Pagani who worked in the central and southern areas of the Marche in the first half of the 16th century, was commissioned by Grazio da Fano and Pierantonio Toma, the church’s guardian and auditor, in 1517 and entered the Brera after being confiscated by napoleon’s forces from the Franciscan church of the Maddalena in Ripatransone. The meticulous depiction of the fabrics and the fruit on the floor reveal the  influence of Carlo Crivelli, as does the portrayal of the Virgin coronation, which echoes Crivelli’s altarpiece for San Francesco in Fabriano (also now in the Brera).

Download hi-res image TITLE Incoronazione della Vergine con i santi Caterina d’Alessandria, Giovanni Evangelista, Bonaventura e Orsola
AUTHOR Vincenzo Pagani
DATE 1518
OBJECT TYPE AND MATERIAL Oil on panel
DIMENSIONS 1518
INVENTORY 6122
FIRMA CORONAVIT TE DOMINUS CORONA AUREA
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