Agliardi Triptych (Central)

size(cm): 50x70
Sale price£203 GBP


The painting Agliardi Triptych (central) by the artist Evaristo Baschenis is a work of art that captivates by its artistic style and its composition. In it, you can see a religious scene that is divided into three panels, the central one being the largest and most prominent, measuring 115 x 163 cm.

Baschenis's artistic style in this work is Baroque, characterized by the exaggeration of forms, contrasts of light and shadow, and emotional intensity. In the painting, one can appreciate the artist's mastery in the representation of details, especially in the ornamentation of the objects and in the texture of the fabrics.

The composition of the painting is interesting, as the central panel is the focal point of the work, with the image of the Virgin Mary and the Child Jesus surrounded by angels and saints. On the side panels, scenes from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi and Saint Anthony of Padua can be seen, respectively.

Color is another prominent aspect of the painting, with a rich palette of gold, red and blue tones, evoking the richness and solemnity of the religious scene depicted.

The history of the painting is little known, but it is known that it was commissioned by the Agliardi family in the 17th century for their private chapel in the church of San Francesco in Brescia, Italy.

In short, the painting Agliardi Triptych (central) by Evaristo Baschenis is a work of art that deserves to be contemplated for its artistic style, its composition, its color and its history. A jewel of Italian Baroque that has survived the test of time and continues to captivate art lovers.

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