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St. Cecilia between St. Tiburtius and Valerianus

Antiveduto Gramatica

These two tondos, companion pieces formerly in the Marchesi Mattei’s important collection in Rome and once attributed to Ludovico Carracci’s pupil Lucio massari, were attributed by Federico Zeri to Antiveduto, a Tuscan artist active in Rome. St. Cecilia depicted with her husband and brother-in-law was a popular theme in the early 17th century but the picture has also been interpreted (halo notwithstanding) as Concordia, testifying to the complexity of the iconography.

Download hi-res image TITLE St. Cecilia between St. Tiburtius and Valerianus
AUTHOR Antiveduto Gramatica
DATE 1610 - 1620
OBJECT TYPE AND MATERIAL Oil on panel
DIMENSIONS diametro 70 cm
INVENTORY 745
ROOM XXIX
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