Category:Galitzin Tryptych

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Attributed to Pietro Perugino  (1448–1523) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q5827
Attributed to Pietro Perugino
Alternative names Birth name: Pietro Vannucci
Description Italian painter
Date of birth/death between circa 1445 and circa 1448 1523
Location of birth/death Città della Pieve Fontignano
Work location Perugia, Florence, Rome, Orvieto
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Formerly attributed to Raphael  (1483–1520) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q5597
Formerly attributed to Raphael
Alternative names Raffaello Santi, Raffaello de Urbino, Rafael Sanzio de Urbino, Raffael
Description Italian painter and architect
Date of birth/death 6 April 1483 6 April 1520
Location of birth/death Urbino Rome
Work location Florence, Rome, Perugia
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from the late seventeenth to the early twentieth century; when it was discovered that the donor died in 1497, when Raphael would have been only fourteen years old
Title Galitzin-Triptych
Alternative title(s):
Crucifixion with Mary and Saint John Evangelist, and Saint Mary Magdalene (right) wikidata:Q3539570
the landscape is painted in the serene atmosphere of the scene, influence of flemish paintings
Date between 1482 and 1485
Medium oil on panel mounted on canvas
Dimensions middle panel: 101.5 × 56.5 cm (40 × 22.2 in) side panels: 95 × 30.1 cm (37.4 × 11.9 in)
National Gallery of Art Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q214867
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Native name National Gallery of Art
Location Washington, D.C.
Coordinates 38° 53′ 29″ N, 77° 01′ 12″ W Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
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Gallery 20
Accession number 1937.1.27.a
Object history -1497: commissioned by Bartolommeo Bartoli (or di Bartolo), Bishop of Cagli, confessor of Alexander VI, [✝1497], probably, gift from him for a chapel in the Dominican church in San Gimignano near Siena
1796/97: nationalized by the French State
1796/97: acquired by Dr. Buzzi
Soon thereafter acquired by Prince Alexander Mikhailovich Galitzin [1772-1821], Russian ambassador to Rome
: inherited by Theodore Alexandrovich Galitzin, his son, Palazzo Galitzin, Rome, (✝ 1848) from Prince Alexander Mikhailovich Galitzin [1772-1821]
: inherited by Sergei Mikhailovich Galitzin [1843-1915], his nephew, Palazzo Galitzin, Rome from Theodore Alexandrovich Galitzin, from 1865 displayed at the Museum of Western European Painting of Prince S.M. Galitzin, Moscow
: purchased by Imperial Hermitage Gallery, Saint Petersburg from Galitzin collection
: purchased by Andrew W. Mellon, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C, at Matthiesen Gallery, Berlin; P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., London and New York; and M. Knoedler & Co., New York and London
: ownership transferred to A.W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust, Pittsburgh, by Andrew W. Mellon, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.
Exhibition history 2004 Golitzyn Museum in Volkhonka Street, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow
Credit line Andrew W. Mellon Collection
References nga
Web Gallery of Art
Perugino - The Crucifixion with the Virgin, Saints John, Jerome, and Mary Magdalene - Galitzin-Triptych.jpg