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Painting ID::  4636
The Continence of Scipio
Oil on canvas Mus??e du Louvre, Paris

ABBATE, Niccolo dell The Continence of Scipio oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  67633
The Continence of Scipio
Year 1509 or 1512 Technique Oil on canvas Dimensions 127 X 115 cm (50.00 X 45.28 in

ABBATE, Niccolo dell The Continence of Scipio oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

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Italian, active 1394-1427

Painting ID::  84247
The Continence of Scipio
1555(1555) Medium Oil on canvas cyf
Italian, active 1394-1427
Pietro, Nicolo di The Continence of Scipio oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  89266
The Continence of Scipio
1687(1687) Medium oil on canvas mounted on panel cyf
Genoa 1639-Rome 1709
Giovanni Battista Gaulli Called Baccicio The Continence of Scipio oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  92494
The Continence of Scipio
1600 Medium oil on copper Dimensions 44 X 79 cm (17.3 X 31.1 in) cjr

Karel van Mander The Continence of Scipio oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

Karel van Mander
Dutch Mannerist Writer and Painter, 1548-1606 was a Flemish-born Dutch painter and poet, who is mainly remembered as a biographer of Netherlandish artists. As an artist he played an important role in Northern Mannerism in the Netherlands. He was born of a noble family at Meulebeke in modern West Flanders. He studied under Lucas de Heere at Ghent, and in 1568-1569 under Pieter Vlerick at Kortrijk. The next five years he devoted to the writing of religious plays for which he also painted the scenery. Then followed three years in Rome (1574-1577), where he is said to have been the first to discover the catacombs. On his return journey he passed through Vienna, where, together with the sculptor Hans Mont, he made the triumphal arch for the royal entry of the emperor Rudolph. In 1583 he settled in Haarlem where he lived and worked for 20 years on a commission by the city fathers to inventory "their" art collection; work that he later published in his "Schilder-boeck" (see below). While in Haarlem he continued to paint, concentrating his energy on his favorite genre: historical allegories. In 1603 he retired to the castle of Sevenbergen in Heemskerk to proofread his book that was published in 1604.
The Continence of Scipio
1600 Medium oil on copper Dimensions 44 X 79 cm (17.3 X 31.1 in) cjr

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