14 April 2011
Francesco Trevisani (Capodistria 1656-1746 Rome)
The Agony in the Garden
signed with monogram 'FT' (lower right, on the rock)
oil on canvas
19 3/8 x 25 1/8 in. (49.2 x 63.8 cm.)
Mrs. E. Botry-Pigott; Christie's, London, 15 July 1921, lot 63.
E.A. Lewis, Bedford Park; Christie's, London, 16 April 1926, lot 106.
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This unrecorded work relates to a composition by Trevisani in the Church of San Silvestro, Capite, Rome, of which there is another version in the Gemäldegalerie, Dresden.
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