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Ceramics
ITALIAN CERAMICS
E X H I B I T I O N S
Height: 1 ft. %. i n . (31.1 cm); Diameter
L o n d o n , P. and D . Colnaghi and Co., The
(at l i p ) : 5 /8 i n . (14.3 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h :
Adjectives of History: Furniture and Works of
n 4 i n . (29.8 cm)
Art 1550-1870,1983, no. 47.
Accession number 85.DE.56
5
3
P R O V E N A N C E
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
W i l h e l m von Bode, Berlin; Glogowski,
"Acquisitions/1985," GettyMusJ'14 (1986),
Berlin (sold, Sotheby's, London, June 8,
no. 224, p. 255, illus.
1932, lot 58); August Lederer, Vienna; Erich
Lederer, Geneva.
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
Ceramics
H e n r y Wallis, Oak-Leaf Jars: A Fifteenth-
334. J u g w i t h P e c k i n g B i r d
Century Italian Ware Showing Moresco
(boceσle)
Influence (London, 1903), p. 35, illus. p. 9,
Tuscany, early fifteenth century
fig. 7; W i l h e l m v o n Bode, Die Anfange der
Tin-glazed earthenware
Majolikakunst in Toskana (Berlin, 1911),
Height: 9% i n . (25 c m ) ; Diameter (at lip):
p i . 14; Joseph Chompret, Repertoire de U
3% i n . (9.5 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h : 6 /s i n .
3
majolique italienne, vol. 2 (Paris, 1949),
(16.2 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.95
334
fig. 648; Galeazzo Cora, Storia della maiolica
di Firenze e del contado delXIV e del XV
P R O V E N A N C E
secσlo (Florence, 1973), vol. 1, p. 76; vol. 2,
Private collection, the Netherlands; [Rainer
pis. 61-62, 63c; Giovanni Conti, LArte delU
maiolica in Italia, 2nd ed. (Milan, 1980),
Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
pis. 45-46; A n n a M o o r e Valeri, "Florentine
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
'Zajfera a Rilievd Maiolica: A N e w L o o k at
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ 13 (1985),
the 'Oriental Influence,'" Archaeologia
no. 155, pp. 239-240, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
medievale 2 (1984), pp. 477-500, fig. 4b;
no. 3, pp. 17-19.
"Acquisitions/1985," GettyMusJ 14 (1986),
no. 211, p. 251, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 5,
pp. 23-25; Handbook 1991, p. 200, illus.
335.
Two-handled " O a k - L e a f " D r u g Jar
(orciuolo
biansato)
Florence, circa 1420-1440
Tin-glazed earthenware
M a r k e d w i t h a three-runged ladder sur­
m o u n t e d by a cross painted o n each side
and a P, possibly i n t e r t w i n e d w i t h a back­
ward C, below each handle.
335
197
I98
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
336. C y l i n d r i c a l " O a k - L e a f " J a r
(albarello)
Giovanni C o n t i , L'Arte della maiolica in
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
Florence, circa 1420-1440
Italia, 2nd ed. ( M i l a n , 1980), no. 48;
O t t o v o n Falke, Majolikasammlung Pring­
Tin-glazed earthenware
"Acquisitions/1985," GettyMus] 14 (1986),
sheim in M٧nchen (The Hague, 1914-1923),
Height: 6 / 2 i n . (16.5 cm); Diameter (at lip):
no. 213, p. 251, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 6,
3 /i6 i n . (9.7 cm); M a x i m u m Diameter:
pp. 26-27.
I3
4 / i 6 i n . (12.2
I3
vol. ι, p. 4, fig. 4; Galeazzo Cora, Storia
della maiolica di Firenze e del contado
delXIVe delXVsecσlo (Florence, 1973),
cm)
Accession number 85.DE.57
vol. 2, no. 5od, p i . 50; "Acquisitions/1984,"
GettyMus] 13 (1985), no. 152, p. 239, illus.;
P R O V E N A N C E
Hess, Maiolica, no. 4, pp. 20-22.
Ugo Grassi, Florence; August Lederer,
Vienna; Erich Lederer, Geneva.
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
338
John Rothenstein, "Shorter Notices:
Two-handled "Oak-Leaf" Jar
(orciuolo
Two Pieces o f Italian Pottery," Burlington
biansato)
Florence, circa 1425-1450
Magazine 85 (August 1944), p. 205, p i . C;
Tin-glazed earthenware
Galeazzo Cora, Storia della maiolica di
M a r k e d w i t h a six-pointed asterisk below
Firenze e del contado del XIV e del XV secσlo
each handle.
(Florence, 1973), v o l . 1, p. 78; vol. 2, fig. 83c;
Height: 1 ft. 3/4 i n . (39.4 cm); Diameter (at
l i p ) : yVs i n . (19.3 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h :
ι ft. 3 4 i n . (40 cm)
3
Accession number 84. D E . 9 7
337
P R O V E N A N C E
Contini-Bonacossi, Florence; [Nella Longari,
337. D i s h
(bacino)
M i l a n ] ; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
Florence, circa 1425-1440
Tin-glazed earthenware
Height: i 4 i n . (4.4 cm); Diameter: 9 % i n .
3
(25.3 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.94
Galeazzo Cora, Storia della maiolica di
Firenze e del contado del XIV e del XVsecσlo
(Florence, 1973), v o l . 1, pp. 83, 457; v o l . 2,
p i . 112; "Acquisitions/1984," GettyMus] 13
P R O V E N A N C E
(1985), no. 157, p. 240, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
E. R. Paget, L o n d o n ; Alfred Pringsheim,
no. 7, pp. 28-30.
M u n i c h ; A . Kauffmann, London; [Rainer
Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
336
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
ITALIAN CERAMICS
339
Two-handled " O a k - L e a f " D r u g Jar
PROVENANCE
(qrciuolo
Stefano Bardini, Florence; Elie Vblpi,
biansato)
Florence, circa 1431
Florence (sold, Jandolo and Tavazzi, Rome,
Tin-glazed earthenware
A p r i l 25-May 3,1910, lot 777); (sold,
Painted w i t h a copper green and manganese
Lempertz, Cologne, M a y 6,1953, lot 414);
purple crutch o n each handle and marked
Dr. Bak, N e w York; (sold, Sotheby's, N e w
w i t h a six-pointed asterisk surrounded by
York, December 7,1965, lot 15); August
dots below each handle.
Lederer, Vienna; Erich Lederer, Geneva.
Height: 9% i n . (25 cm); Diameter (at lip):
4 % i n . (12.5 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h : 9V8 i n .
(24.5 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.98
8
Galeazzo Cora, Storia delU maiolica di
Firenze e del contado del XIV e del XV secσlo
(Florence, 1973), vol. 1, p. 80; vol. 2,
fig. 107b; "Acquisitions/1985," GettyMusJ 14
PROVENANCE
3 3
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Sir Thomas Ingilby, Bt., N o r t h Yorkshire
(1986), no. 212, p. 251, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
(offered for sale, Sotheby's, L o n d o n , July 2,
no. 9, pp. 34-35.
1974, l o t 261, withdrawn) (sold, Sotheby's,
London, A p r i l 14,1981, lot 13); [Rainer
Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
BIBLIOGRAPHY
John Cuadrado, "Prized Pottery Triumphs
o f the Italian Renaissance," Architectural
Digest 41 (February 1984), p. 127; "Acquisi­
tions/1984," GettyMusJ 13 (1985), no. 158,
p. 240, illus.; Handbook 1986, p. 182, illus.;
Hess, Maiolica, no. 8, pp. 31-33.
340. T w o - h a n d l e d J a r (prciuolo
biansato)
Florence, circa 1432-1450
Tin-glazed earthenware
Marked below each handle w i t h a sixpointed asterisk surrounded by dots.
339
Height: 6Yz i n . (16.5 cm); Diameter (at l i p ) :
4/8 i n . (10.5 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h : 7 i n .
(17.8 cm)
Accession number 85.DE.58
340
I99
200
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
342. C y l i n d r i c a l J a r
(albarello)
Florentine area, mid-fifteenth century
Tin-glazed earthenware
Inscribed marks o n underside (graduations?).
Height: y Ys i n . (18.1 cm); Diameter (at l i p ) :
3 4 i n . (9.5 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h : 5/8 i n .
3
(13 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.96
P R O V E N A N C E
J. Chompret, Paris (sold, H o t e l Drouot,
Paris, December 15,1976, lot 19); [Rainer
Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
343
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJii (1985),
no. 156, p. 240, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
(albarello
no. 10, pp. 36-38.
Tin-glazed earthenware
AMA. DIO painted o n one side.
Height: 8 4 i n . (22.2 cm); Diameter (at
3
(albarello)
r i m ) : 4% i n . (11.4 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h :
Florentine area, circa 1440-1450
9 /i6 i n .
3
Tin-glazed earthenware
Height: y Α6 i n . (18.6 cm); Diameter (at r i m ) :
4/8 i n . (10.5 cm); M a x i m u m Diameter:
5
(23.4
cm)
Accession number 84. D E . 9 9
5
4 /8
biansato)
Florentine area or U m b r ν a , circa 1450-1500
341
341. C y l i n d r i c a l J a r
343. T w o - h a n d l e d A r m o r i a l J a r
P R O V E N A N C E
i n . (11.8 cm)
Alfred Pringsheim, M u n i c h (sold, Sotheby's,
Accession number 8 4 . D E . 100
L o n d o n , June 7,1939, l o t 3); [Alfred Spero,
L o n d o n ] ; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
P R O V E N A N C E
Sold, Sotheby's, L o n d o n , November 22,
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
1983, lot 194; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
O t t o v o n Falke, Majolikasammlung Pring­
sheim in M٧nchen (The Hague, 1914-1923),
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
vol. ι, no. 11, p i . 8; M a r i o Bellini and
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJi^ (1985),
Giovanni C o n t i , Maioliche italiane del
no. 153, p. 239, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 11,
rinascimento (Milan, 1964), p. 89, fig. A ;
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJi^ (1985),
P- 39·
no. 159, p. 240, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 12,
pp. 40-42.
342
ITALIAN
344 J u g w i t h B u s t M e d a l l i o n
CERAMICS
(brocea)
Florentine area, circa 1450-1500
Tin-glazed earthenware
Height: 1 ft. iVs i n . (34.6 cm); Diameter (at
rim): 3% i n . (9.8 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h :
ι ft. ι i n . (33 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.101
PROVENANCE
Savile family, Rufford Abbey, N o t t i n g h a m
(sold, K n i g h t , Frank and Rutley i n associa­
tion w i t h Christies, London, October 11-20,
1938, lot 879); [Alfred Spero, L o n d o n ] ;
(sold, Sotheby's, London, December 4,
1956, l o t 24); Robert Strauss, L o n d o n (sold,
344
Christie's, L o n d o n , June 21,1976, l o t 7);
345
[Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Christies Review of the Season 1975 (Lon­
don and N e w York, 1976), p. 394; MorleyFletcher and Mcllroy, European Pottery, p. 26,
fig. 3; "Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ13
(1985), no. 154, p. 239, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
no. 13, pp. 43-45.
345. T w o - h a n d l e d C y l i n d r i c a l J a r
(albarello
biansato)
Faenza, circa 1460-1480
Tin-glazed earthenware
Inscribed marks under foot (graduations?).
Alternate view
344
Height: 9 i n . (22.9 cm); Diameter (at l i p ) :
4V16 i n . (11.2 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h : 9 /s i n .
3
(23.8 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.102
Alternate view
345
20I
202
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
P R O V E N A N C E
P R O V E N A N C E
Sold, Christie's, L o n d o n , October 3,1983,
Sir W i l l i a m Stirling-Maxwell, Bt., K.T;
lot 237; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
Lt. C o l . W . J. Stirling, Keir (sold, Sotheby's,
L o n d o n , June 18,1946, lot 79); F. D . Lycett-
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ i$ (1985),
no. 160, p. 240, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
Green, Goudhurst, Kent (sold, Sotheby's,
L o n d o n , October 14, i960, lot 24); Robert
Strauss, L o n d o n (sold, Christie's, London,
no. 14, pp. 46-48.
June 21,1976, lot 14); [Cyril Humphris,
L o n d o n ] ; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
346. Peacock-pattern D i s h
J φ r g Rasmussen, Italienische Majolika (Ham­
(?) Faenza, circa 1470-1500
burg, 1984), p. 71, n . 1; "Acquisitions/1984,"
Tin-glazed earthenware
GettyMusJ13 (1985), no. 162, p. 241, illus.;
Hess, Maiolica, no. 15, pp. 49-51.
Height: 2/4 i n . (6.3 cm);
Diameter: 1 ft. 3 /s i n . (39 cm)
3
Accession number 84.DE.103
347. C y l i n d r i c a l D r u g J a r
(albarello)
Faenza, circa 1480
Tin-glazed earthenware
S. ACETOSITATI
CITfRUSJ
painted on
banderole label.
Height: 1 ft. /s i n . (31.5 cm); Diameter (at
3
347
lip): 4 /8 i n . (11.1 cm); M a x i m u m Diameter:
3
4 A in. (12.4 cm)
7
Accession number 84.DE. 104
Charles D a m i r o n , Majoliques italiennes (pri­
P R O V E N A N C E
vately printed, 1944), no. 27; "Acquisitions/
Alfred Pringsheim, M u n i c h ; (sold, Sotheby's,
1984," GettyMusJ13 (1985), no. 161, p. 241,
London, June 7,1939, lot 9); Charles
illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 17, pp. 55-57;
D a m i r o n , Lyons; Paul Damiron; (sold,
Handbook 1991, p. 202, illus.
Sotheby's, L o n d o n , November 22,1983,
346
tery and Porcelain (London, 1925), fig. 117;
lot 212); [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
O t t o von Falke, Majolikasammlung Pring­
sheim in M٧nchen (The Hague, 1914-1923),
vol. ι, no. 22, p i . 15; E m i l Hannover, Pot-
ITALIAN CERAMICS
3 4 9 . Ecce
Homo
Faenza or (?) Florentine area, circa 1500
Tin-glazed earthenware
Height: 1 ft. n 4 i n . (60.3 cm); W i d t h : 1 ft.
3
π /! i n . (59.7 cm); D e p t h : 10*4 i n . (26 cm)
1
Accession number 87.SE.148
P R O V E N A N C E
Private collection, Belgium; (sold, Sotheby's,
London, A p r i l 7,1987, lot 44); [Rainer
Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
Burlington Magazine 129 (March 1987), illus.
348
p. 1; Ilgiornale delVarte, no. 45 (1987), p. 90,
350
fig. 50; "Acquisitions/1987," GettyMusJ 16
348.
Plate with Saint
Peter
Faenza or (?) Cafaggiolo, circa 1500
(1988), no. 77, p. 180, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
no. 16, pp. 52-54.
350.
AUa Porcettana
D i s h
(tondino)
Cafaggiolo, circa 1500-1525
Tin-glazed earthenware
A t t r i b u t e d to Jacopo d i Stefano d i Filippo
Height: i /s i n . (4.8 c m ) ;
([?]i490-after 1576)
Diameter: 10% i n . (27.3 cm)
Tin-glazed earthenware
Accession number 8 4 . D E . 108
Signed o n the reverse, Jfacopjo chafagguolo
7
or In chafagguolo i n blue.
P R O V E N A N C E
Height: i A i n . (4.8 cm); Diameter: 9 /i6 i n .
7
Private collection, Switzerland; [Rainer
9
(24.3 cm)
Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
Accession number 84.DE.109
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
P R O V E N A N C E
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ 13 (1985),
Charles Loeser, Torri Gattaia (sold, Sotheby's,
no. 170, p . 242, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 20,
L o n d o n , December 8,1959, l o t 55); Robert
pp. 64-65.
Strauss, L o n d o n (sold, Christie's, L o n d o n ,
June 21,1976, lot 19); [Rainer Zietz, L t d . ,
London].
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
Galeazzo Cora and Angiolo Fanfani, La
349
maiolica di Cafaggiolo (Florence, 1982),
p. 66, fig. 48; Morley-Fletcher and Mcllroy,
203
204
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
European Pottery, p. 44, fig. 1; "Acquisitions/
1984," GettyMusJi^ (1985), no. 171, p. 242,
illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 21, pp. 66-68.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Bernard Rackham, IsUmic Pottery and
Italian Maiolica (London, 1959), no. 34b,
p. 143, p i . 231; Morley-Fletcher and Mcllroy,
European Pottery, p. 52,fig.7; "Acquisitions/
1984," GettyMusJ13 (1985), no. 172, p. 243,
illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 22, pp. 69-71.
2. C y l i n d r i c a l J a r w i t h L a m e
Peasant
(albarello)
C y l i n d r i c a l J a rw i t h W o m a n
Distaff
a n d
(albarello)
Faenza, circa 1510
Tin-glazed earthenware
M a r k e d o n the back o f each jar, B°.
Height: 9% i n . (24.8 cm); Diameter (at l i p ) :
5Me i n . (12.9 cm); M a x i m u m Diameter: Jar .1:
Jar.ι
352
6% i n . (15.9 cm); Jar .2: 6Ys i n . (16.Ι cm)
351
351. L u s t e r e d
Bust
Display
(piaito
da
Plate with
Female
pompa)
Deruta, circa 1500-1530
Accession number 84.DE.112.1-.2
PROVENANCE
J. Pierpont Morgan, N e w York; Joseph E.
Widener, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (sold,
Tin-glazed earthenware
Samuel Τ Freeman and Co., Philadelphia,
Inscribed VIVIS ERO VIVfUJS Ε
June 20,1944, lots 326-327); Dr. Bak, N e w
MORTVfUJS
ERO VIVfUJS o n the scroll.
York (sold, Sotheby's, New York, Decem­
Height: 3/2 i n . (8.8 cm); Diameter:
ber 7,1965, l o t 54); Benjamin Sonnenberg,
ι ft. 4% i n . (42.8 cm)
N e w York (sold, Sotheby's, New York, June 5,
Accession number 84.DE.110
1979, lot 356); [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
PROVENANCE
BIBLIOGRAPHY
R. W . M . Walker, London; (sold, Christies,
Bernard Rackham, "A New Chapter i n
London, July 25,1945, lot 73); Adda col­
the History o f Italian Maiolica," Burlington
lection, Paris; (sold, Christie's, L o n d o n ,
Magazine 27 (May 1915), p. 50; Inventory of
the Ob jets d'Art at Lynnewood Hall, Elkins
Park, Estate of the Late P.A.B. Widener
November 20,1967, lot 87); [Rainer Zietz,
Ltd., London].
(privately printed, Philadelphia, 1935),
Jar
.2
352
ITALIAN
pp. 67-68; M a r i o Bellini and Giovanni
P R O V E N A N C E
C o n t i , Maioliche italiane del rinascimento
Alessandro Castellani, Rome (sold, H o t e l
CERAMICS
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ'13 (1985),
( M i l a n , 1964), p . 100, pis. A , C; J φ r g Ras-
Drouot, Paris, M a y 27,1878, l o t 34);
no. 164, p. 241, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 18,
mussen, Italienische Majolika (Hamburg,
Charles D a m i r o n , Lyons (sold, Sotheby's,
pp. 58-60.
1984), pp. 84, 86; "Acquisitions/1984,"
London, June 16,1938, l o t 60); Robert
GettyMusJ'13 (1985), no. 163, p . 241, illus.;
Strauss, L o n d o n (sold, Christie's, L o n d o n ,
Hess, Maiolica, no. 24, pp. 75-81.
June 21,1976, l o t 22); [Cyril H u m p h r i s ,
L o n d o n ] ; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
Bernard Rackham, "The D a m i r o n Collec­
tion," Apollo 25 (1937), p. 256, fig. 7; Joseph
Chompret, Repertoire delamajolique italienne, vol. 2 (Paris, 1949), p i . 13, fig. 93;
Christies Review of the Season 1975 (London
and N e w York, 1976), p. 396; MorleyFletcher and Mcllroy, European Pottery,
p. 66, fig. 3; "Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ
13 (1985), no. 174, p. 243, illus.; Hess, Maio­
lica, no. 29, pp. 29-31.
354
354. D i s h w i t h a Scene from the Aeneid
(coppd)
353
Faenza, circa 1515-1520
Tin-glazed earthenware
353. D i s h w i t h a C u p i d o n a H o b b y h o r s e
Marked o n the underside w i t h a crossed
{tondino)
circle w i t h a smaller circle i n each o f the
(?) Castel Durante, circa 1510-1520
four quarters.
Tin-glazed earthenware
Height: 2/8 i n . (5.4 cm); Diameter: 9 /i6 i n .
Height: % i n . (2.4 cm); Diameter: 9% i n .
(24.6 cm)
(23.5 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.106
n
Accession number 8 4 . D E . 116
P R O V E N A N C E
Sold, Sotheby's, L o n d o n , November 21,
1987, l o t 42; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
205
2θ6
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
Stora, Paris; W h i t n e y Warren, N e w York
Ralph Bernal, L o n d o n (sold, Christie's,
(sold, Parke-Bernet, N e w York, October 7,
L o n d o n , M a r c h 5,1855, l o t 1767); (sold,
1943, lot 448); (sold, Sotheby's, London,
Christies, L o n d o n , A p r i l 12, 1976, lot 179,
November 22,1983, l o t 197); [Rainer Zietz,
p i . 13); [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
Ltd., London].
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Morley-Fletcher and M c l l r o y , European
BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ13 (1985),
Pottery, p. 65,fig.8; "Acquisitions/1984,"
no. 166, p. 242, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 25,
GettyMusJ'13 (1985), no. 175, p. 243, illus.;
pp. 82-84.
Hess, Maiolica, no. 30, pp. 97-100.
356. A r m o r i a l Plate w i t h The Ffoying
of
Marsyas
Urbino, mid-i520s
By Nicola (di Gabriele Sbraghe) da Urbino
Tin-glazed earthenware
Height: 2% i n . (5.7 cm); Diameter:
ι ft. 4V16 i n . (41.4 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.117
355
355. C y l i n d r i c a l D r u g J a r
(albarello)
Faenza, circa 1520-1530
Tin-glazed earthenware
FILONIJ
P[ER]SICHI
357
painted o n the
banderole label.
357. L u s t e r e d A r m o r i a l Plate
Height: 1 ft. 2 /i6 i n . (37 cm); Diameter (at
9
G u b b i o , 1524
lip): 4 /i6 i n . (12.5 cm); M a x i m u m
I5
Produced i n the workshop o f Maestro
Diameter: 6/4 i n . (16.5 cm)
Giorgio A n d r e o l i
Accession number 84.DE.105
Tin-glazed earthenware
Signed and dated M° G° 1524 o n the
reverse.
356
Height: 2 /s i n . (7.3 cm);
7
Diameter: 1 ft. 3 % i n . (39.9 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.111
ITALIAN
359. Plate w i t h The Abduction
PROVENANCE
CERAMICS
of Helen
U r b i n o , 1534
Sold, Sotheby's, L o n d o n , November 21,
1978, l o t 41; [Cyril H u m p h r i s , L o n d o n ] ;
By Francesco Xanto Avelli
[Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
Tin-glazed earthenware
Dated and inscribed o n the reverse,
BIBLIOGRAPHY
.M.D.XXXIIII/Quest
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMus] v*, (1985),
e'lpastor che mal
miro l bell'volto 1'D'Helena Greca, e, quel
no. 173, p. 243, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 23,
famoso rapto/pel qualful mondo sotto sopra
pp. 72.-74.
volto. / a n d signed .Fra[ncesco]:Xa[n]to.
A[velli]. Ida Rovigo, i[η]/Urbino.
Height: 2/4 i n . (6.3 cm);
358. Plate w i t h Hero and Leander
Diameter: 1 ft. 6 λ i n . (46.1 cm)
ι
(taglierι)
Accession number 84.DE.118
Faenza, circa 1525
Tin-glazed earthenware
PROVENANCE
M a r k e d w i t h a swan o n the reverse.
Sold, Sotheby's, L o n d o n , November 21,
Height: i / 4 i n . (3.8 cm); Diameter:
1 ft. 5 /i6 i n . (44
5
1978, l o t 44; [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , London].
cm)
Accession number 84.DE.113
EXHIBITIONS
P. and D . Colnaghi and Co., London,
PROVENANCE
Objects for a "Wunderkammer,'Ί981, no. 65,
H e n r i Gautier, Paris (sold, H o t e l Drouot,
pp. 124-125. .·-
Paris, M a y 4, 1929, l o t 28); George D u r lacher, L o n d o n (sold, Christie's, London,
BIBLIOGRAPHY
A p r i l 7, 1938, l o t 26); H e n r y S. Reitlinger,
Christies Review of the Season 197$ (London
L o n d o n ; Robert Strauss, L o n d o n (sold,
and N e w York, 1976), p. 397; "Acquisitions/
Christie's, L o n d o n , June 21, 1976, l o t 25);
1984," GettyMus]Y*> (1985), no. 176, p. 243,
[Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 31, pp. 101-103;
Handbook 1986, p. 184, illus.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Joseph Chompret, Repertoire de la majolique italienne, v o l . 2 (Paris, 1949), fig. 458;
Christies Review of the Season 19-/$ (London
and N e w York, 1976), p. 397; MorleyFletcher and M c l l r o y , European Pottery,
p. 36, fig. 5; "Acquisitions/1984," GettyMus]
13 (1985), no. 165, p. 241, illus.; Hess, Maio­
lica, no. 26, pp. 85-87.
359
20J
208
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMUS/13 (1985),
Charles D a m i r o n , Majoliques italiennes
(privately printed, 1944), no. 79; Joseph
no. 168, p . 242, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 27,
Chompret, Repertoire de h majolique itali-
pp. 88-90.
enne, vol. 1 (Paris, 1949), p. 77; illus. p. 2,
fig. 500; Art at Auction: The Year at Sotheby's
(London, 1983-1984), p. 290; "Acquisitions/
1984," GettyMusJii (1985), no. 167, p. 242,
illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 19, pp. 61-63.
360
36ο.
D i s h with Three Saints
(coppa)
Faenza, circa 1535
By Baldassare Manara
Tin-glazed earthenware
Obverse painted w i t h a shield containing a
holy cross flanked by Μ and C below annu­
lets; inscribed o n the scroll PETRE
DILIGIS
ME and signed o n the reverse, Baldasara
Manara fa [e]η [tino] or Baldasara Manara
fa[e]n[za].
Diameter: 8%> i n . (21.5 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.107
362
361
Height: i K i n . (3.8 cm);
361.
Molded
D i s h with a n Allegory o f Love
362.
J u g with
Berettino
G r o u n d
(boccale)
(crespina)
Faenza, 1536
P R O V E N A N C E
Faenza, circa 1535
Tin-glazed earthenware
Stora, Paris; Charles D a m i r o n , Lyons (sold,
Tin-glazed earthenware
Dated 1536 o n each o f four tablets under the
Sotheby's, L o n d o n , June 16,1938, l o t 20);
Height: x /s i n . (7.3 cm);
medallions and marked Elixeo beside a
Paul D a m i r o n (sold, Sotheby's, L o n d o n ,
Diameter: 11 i n . (28 cm)
bearded and turbaned o l d man.
November 22,1983, l o t 209); [Rainer Zietz,
Accession number 84.DE. 114
Height: 1 f t . / i 6 i n . (32.5 cm); Diameter (at
7
Ltd., L o n d o n ] .
I3
lip): 5% i n . (13.3 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h :
P R O V E N A N C E
Prince T h i b a u t d ' O r l ι a n s , Paris (sold,
Sotheby's, L o n d o n , February 5,1974,
lot 30); [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
10 %. i n . (26 cm)
Accession number 84.DE.115
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
Alessandro Castellani, Rome (sold, H o t e l
Thomas F. Flannery, Jr., Winnetka, Illinois
D r o u o t , Paris, M a y 27-29,1878, lot 230);
(sold, Sotheby's, L o n d o n , November 22,
J. Pierpont M o r g a n , N e w York; George R.
1983, lot 160); [Edward L u b i n , N e w York];
H a n n , Sewickley Heights, Pennsylvania
[Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
(sold, Christie's, o n the H a n n premises,
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Treetops, Sewickley Heights, M a y 19, 1980,
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJi^ (1985),
lot 91); [Rainer Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
no. 177, pp. 243-244, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
no. 32, pp. 104-107.
EXHIBITIONS
The Metropolitan Museum o f Art, New
York, 1913-1916.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Acquisitions/1984," GettyMusJ'13 (1985),
363
no. 169, p. 242, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 28,
pp. 91-93.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Joseph Marryat, A History of Pottery and
Porcehin (London, 1857), P- 34> fig- 8 ;
J
3 ($3. A
CandelieriPlate
Christies Review of the Season 1975 (London
Venice, circa 1540-1560
and N e w York, 1976), p. 400; Morley-
Tin-glazed earthenware
Fletcher and Mcllroy, European Pottery, p.
M a r k e d o n the obverse .S.P.Q.R
86, fig. 1; "Acquisitions/ 1984," GettyMusJ13
Height: 2% i n . (5.7 cm);
(1985), no. 178, p. 244, illus.; Hess, Maiolica,
Diameter: 1 ft. 6 4 i n . (47.7 cm)
no. 33, pp. 108-111.
?
Accession number 84.DE.120
PROVENANCE
Royal collection (see Marryat, below);
364. P i l g r i m F l a s k a n d C o v e r w i t h M a r i n e
Robert Strauss, L o n d o n (sold, Christie's,
Scenes (fiasca da
L o n d o n , June 21, 1976, l o t 52); [Rainer
Urbino, circa 1560-1570
Zietz, L t d . , L o n d o n ] .
Produced i n the workshop o f Orazio
pellegrino)
Fontana
364
Tin-glazed earthenware
Height: 1 ft. 5 /s i n . (44.1 cm); M a x i m u m
3
W i d t h : II54 i n . (28.6 cm).
Accession number 84.DE.ii9.a-.b.
209
2IO
ITALIAN
C E R A M I C S
Height: i o / s i n . (26.4 cm); Diameter (at
3
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Antiquitδten-Zeitung 25 (1985), p. 611;
"Acquisitions/1986," GettyMusJ 15 (1987),
no. 114, p. 216, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 34,
pp. 112-115, illus.; Handbook 1991, p. 206,
illus.
l i p ) : 1V16 i n . (4 cm); M a x i m u m W i d t h :
y /s i n . (20 cm)
7
Accession number 86.DE.630
PROVENANCE
W i l l i a m Spence, Florence, u n t i l 1857; pur­
chased by Alessandro Foresi, 1857; Giovanni
Freppa, Florence; Eugene Piot, Paris (sold,
366. P i l g r i m F l a s k (fiasca
365
da
pellegrino)
M a r c h 19, i860, lot 82, to Baron Alphonse
1575-1587
de Rothschild, Paris); Baron Edouard de
Soft-paste porcelain
Rothschild, Paris; Baron G u y and Baroness
M a r k e d o n the underside w i t h the dome o f
M a r i e - H ι l ι n e de Rothschild, Paris.
Santa M a r i a del Fiore accompanied by F; a
mark resembling 3 scratched under the glaze
365. B a s i n w i t h Deucalion
(bacile
and
Pyrrha
trilobato)
H o t e l des Commissaires-Priseurs, Paris,
Florence, the M e d i c i porcelain factory, circa
and painted w i t h blue glaze; on r i m , three
hatch marks inscribed before glaze
firing.
EXHIBITIONS
Paris, Exposition retrospective du Trocadιro,
1878.
U r b i n o , circa 1565-1571
BIBLIOGRAPHY
By Orazio Fontana or produced i n his
A l b e r t Jacquemart, "La porcelaine des
workshop
M ι d i c i s , " Gazette des beaux-arts 3 (Decem­
Tin-glazed earthenware
ber 1859), p. 276; A l b e r t Jacquemart and
Height: 2/2 i n . (6.3 cm);
E d m o n d Le Blant, Histoire artistique:
Diameter: 1 ft. 6% i n . (46.3 cm)
Industrielle et commerciale de la porcelaine
Accession number 86.DE.539
(Paris, 1862), p. 644, no. 5; Alessandro Foresi,
Sulleporcelhne medicee (Florence, 1869),
PROVENANCE
pp. 15ft., 29, reprint f r o m Piovani Arlotto
Baron Adolphe de Rothschild, Paris,
(July 1859); Alfred Darcel, "Les faiences
between 1870 and 1890; Baron Maurice
francais et les porcelaines au T r o c a d ι r o , "
de Rothschild, Paris, u n t i l 1916; [Duveen
Gazette des beaux-arts 18 (November 1878),
Brothers, N e w York]; private collection,
p. 762; Baron Jean Charles Davillier, Les
Stuttgart; (sold, Reimann and Monats-
Origines de la porcelaine en Europe (Paris,
berger, Stuttgart, January 1986); [Alain
1882), no. 29, pp. 39-41,114-115; Charles de
M o a t t i , Paris].
Grollier, Manuel de Vamateur de porcelaine
(Paris, 1914), no. 2309; Seymour de Ricci,
366
"La porcelaine des Medicis," Faenza, Museo
Internazionale delle Ceramiche: Lopera dun
decennio, ipo8~ipi8 (Faenza, 1918), p. 29,
ITALIAN CERAMICS
Jar .ι
no. 22; Giuseppe Liverani, Catalogo delle
367
Jar
.2
367. Pair o f D r u g Jars
porcellane dei Medici (Faenza, 1936), no. 28,
Northern Italian, circa 1580-1590
p. 31; A r t h u r Lane, Italian PorceUin (Lon­
Painted and gilt terracotta
don, 1954), p. 5, p i . 3c; "Acquisitions/1986,"
Height: 1 ft. 11 % i n . (60 cm)
GettyMusJ i$ (1987), no. 115, pp. 216-217,
Accession number 90.SC.42.1—.2
illus.; Clare le Corbellier, "A M e d i c i Porce­
lain Pilgrim Flask," GettyMusJ 16 (1988),
pp. 119-126, illus.; Hess, Maiolica, no. 36,
pp. 120-123, illus.; Handbook 1991, p. 205,
illus.
PROVENANCE
Private collection, London; [Siran H o l d i n g
Company, Geneva].
36
7
BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Acquisitions/1990," GettyMusJ 19 (1991),
no. 57, p. 164, illus.
211
212
ITALIAN
CERAMICS
368.
Tabletop
Naples, circa 1760
By Francesco Saverio I I M a r i a Grue
Tin-glazed earthenware
Inscribed o n the obverse, i n t w o cartouches,
FLAVA CERES
TENUS SPI CIS RED EM I TA
CAPILLOS
a n d FORTUNAT
QUISQUE
FABER;
SUAE
signed o n the horses
haunch i n scene o f Europeans h u n t i n g a
deer, SG; and signed o n the horse's haunch
i n scene o f M o o r s h u n t i n g ostriches, FSG.
Height: ι 4 i n . (3.2 cm);
r
Diameter: 1 ft. 11Κ i n . (59.7 cm)
Accession number 8 6 . D E . 533
P R O V E N A N C E
Earl o f Warwick, Warwickshire; (sold,
Sotheby's, L o n d o n , M a r c h 4,1986, l o t 24);
[Winifred Williams, Ltd., London].
B I B L I O G R A P H Y
Jacqueline G u i l l a u m i n , "Majoliques tardives:
δ prospecter," Connaissance des arts 419
(1987), p. 12, fig. 4; "Acquisitions/1986,
GettyMusJ 15 (1987), no. 116, p. 217, illus.;
G u i d o Donatone, "Pasquale Criscuolo e
la Maiolica Napoletana dell'Etδ Rococo,"
368
Centro Studi per U Storia delh Cerαmica
Meridionale: Quaderno (1988), fig. 1; Hess,
Maiolica, no. 35, pp. 116-119.
ITALIAN CERAMICS
Vase .1
369. P a i r o f Vases
Vase .2
369
Neptune Vase: Height: 1 1 % i n . (30 cm);
369
p. 27; Francesco Stazzi, Le porcellane
Venice, 1769
Diameter: 10/2 i n . (26.7 cm);
veneziane di Geminiano e Vincenzo Cozzi
Produced i n the factory o f Geminiano Cozzi
Signed Vase: Height: n 4 i n (29.8 cm);
(Venice, 1982), p. 53; "Acquisitions/1988,"
H y b r i d soft-paste porcelain
Diameter: 10 4 i n . (27.3 cm)
One jar inscribed and dated Primo Esperi-
Accession number 88.DE.9.1—.2
GettyMusJij (1989), no. 85, p. 146, illus.;
Sotheby's Concise Encychpedia ofPorcelain,
mento in Grande fatto li 1$ Maggio iyσp Ne٧a
Privil[egiata] fabbrica di Geminiano Cozzi
PROVENANCE
in Canalregio (First large experiment [ i n
porcelain] executed M a y 15,1769, i n the
3
3
D a v i d Battie, ed. (London, 1990), pp. 9-10;
Sig. Centanini, Venice, by 1889; E d m u n d de
Unger, Surrey.
Catherine Hess, "'Primo Esperimento i n
Grande': A Pair o f Vases from the Factory
o f Geminiano Cozzi," GettyMusJiS (1990),
privileged factory o f Geminiano Cozzi i n
BIBLIOGRAPHY
pp. 141-156, illus.; Handbook 1991,
Cannaregio). T h i s jar also bears the Cozzi
Raffaele Erculei, Arte cerαmica e vetraria
p. 217, illus.
factory m a r k — a n a n c h o r — o n one side.
(Museo Artistico-Industriale, Rome, 1889),
p. 151; Alessandra M o t t o l a M o l f i n o , LArte
delk porce٧ana in Italia (Milan, 1976),
213
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