Paride's Judgement Attributable to D. Lupini Painting 16th-17th C

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The model derives from an engraving by Marcantonio Raimondi based on a drawing by Raphael, specially made for the graphic work, deriving from a painting placed in the Stanza della Segnatura (1513-1515).
This model was taken up and changed by Hans von Aachen in a canvas dated 1588 and today preserved at the Museum of the Charterhouse of Douai, in turn taken up in an engraving of the following year by Raphael Sadeler, in the Cabinet of Drawings and Prints of the 'Carrara Academy of Bergamo.
The canvas in question is derived from this last version, which shows the same changes made with respect to the Raphaelesque original.
At the center of the scene, which takes place immersed in a natural landscape, are the three goddesses who competed for the title of the most beautiful: Juno with the peacock, her symbolic animal, Venus accompanied by Cupid and Minerva next to which are the helmet, spear and shield.
Paris, from behind, is giving the golden apple that decrees the winner to the goddess of love, under the gaze of Judge Mercury.
Two cherubs flit around the protagonists, while in the foreground, always from behind, there is a male figure.
A country boarding school is taking place on the back lawn.
The work, as evidenced by a small scroll, is attributed to Domenico Lupini, an artist about whom not much is known but for whom it is possible to hypothesize the scope of his activity between Bergamo and Venice.
The only two signed works are a 'converted Magdalene' and an 'Annunciation', but other works have been attributed to him by the scholar Federica Nurchis and placed in the monastery of Santa Chiara in Bergamo.
These paintings present a warm and refined chromatism which, together with the elegance of the characters and the compositional modality, suggest a Venetian stay by Lucini, which seems to recall the atmospheres of Tintoretto, Veronese and Palma il Giovane.
Presented in a 17th century gilded frame, restored and relined.

Attribution Work Attributed to
Artist Domenico Lupini
Title Il giudizio di Paride


Year Late 16th century - Early 17th century
Artistic Technique Painting
Artistic Subject Allegorical/Mythological Subject
Technical Specification Oil on Canvas
Place of Origin Italy
MPN Product Code ARARPI0132199
Number of Items 1
Condition Used: wear consistent with age and use
Height: 134 cm (52.76'')
Width: 194 cm (76.38'')
Maximum Dimensions
Maximum Height: 160 cm (62.99'')
Maximum Width: 220 cm (86.61'')
Maximum Depth: 9 cm (3.54'')

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