- Bernardo Zenale, Italian, c. 1464-1526
Currently on view
Object ID: 1961.173
Oil paint and tempera on panel
Gift of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation
image height: 71 in, 180.3400 cm; image width: 48 1/2 in, 123.1900 cm; frame height: 91 in, 231.1400 cm; frame width: 69 in, 175.2600 cm
European and American Art Before 1900
European and American Art Before 1900-European Art
Church of San Francesco Grande, Cappella della Vittoria (patronage Raimondi), Milan, until 1776; Church of San Francesco Grande, professorato, Milan, since 1776. Crivelli Family, Milan. Edward Solly [1776 1844], London; (sale, Christie’s, London 8 May 1847, no.22 as Leonardo da Vinci); Sir James Domville, England; (sale, Christie’s, London, 30 May 1863, no. 145 as Leonardo da Vinci, bought in); Sir William Domville; (sale, Christie’s, London, 6 March 1897, no. 115 as Leonardo da Vinci); (Thomas Agnew & Sons, London); sold 1907 to Sir Frederick Lucas Cook [1844 1920]; Sir Herbert Frederick Cook [1868 1939], still in 1932; (Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi [1878 1955] Rome Florence); sold to Samuel H. Kress [1863 1955] on 10 March 1949; gift 1961 to the Denver Art Museum, no. 1961.173 (on loan from the Kress Foundation, 1954–61). Provenance research is on-going at the Denver Art Museum and we will post information as it becomes available. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions, or if you have additional information to share with us.
Bernardo Zenale, Madonna and Child with Saints, about 1510. Oil paint and tempera paint on panel; 71 x 48 1/2 in. Denver Art Museum: Gift of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1961.173
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