Federico ZUCCARO ( 1539 – 1609)
Federico ZUCCARO (Circle of)
(Italian, born Sant’Angelo in Vado 1539 – died Ancona 1609)
“Salome with the Head of Saint John the Baptist, the presentation”
Collectors/shelve mark 225, lower right
Pen and black/brown ink with wash on buff laid paper with unidentified watermark, 29 x 47.5 cm. (unframed)
Federico Zuccaro, also spelled Zuccari was an Italian painter and art theorist who became the central figure of the Roman Mannerist school and, after the death of Titian, possibly the best known painter in Europe. At the age of 18, Zuccaro was already working in the Vatican, painting various rooms for Pius IV. In 1564 he traveled to Venice to decorate the Grimani Chapel in San Francesco della Vigna with various paintings, including Adoration of the Magi and Conversion of Mary Magdalene.
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