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Giuseppe Cades (Rome 1750 – 1799). Recto: The Coronation of the Virgin; verso: Two Angels Holding a Candelabrum. Private Collection, New York/Connecticut.

Giuseppe Cades (Rome 1750 – 1799)

Recto: The Coronation of the Virgin; verso: Two Angels Holding a Candelabrum

Recto: Black chalk underdrawing, pen and brown ink on cream laid paper; verso: black chalk; inscribed on recto, in pen, in lower left:“di Cades”; 297 x 444 mm.; 297 x 444 mm; 11-3/4 x 17-1/2 inches


Private Collection, New York/Connecticut.


Provenance: Private collection, France


Exhibited: Drawn to Drama: Italian Works on Paper, 1500-1800, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, October 12, 2008 – January 4, 2009


Bibliography: Maria Teresa Caracciolo, Giuseppe Cades 1750 – 1799 et la Rome de sons temps, Paris, 1992, no. 162 (ill., recto only); Michael Miller, “Drawn to Drama: Italian Works on Paper, 1500-1800,” review in The Berkshire Review an International Journal for the Arts, 12/1//2008,(ill., recto only)


Isidoro Bianchi: Painter, Stuccatore, and Architect