Das Martyrium des Apostels Thomas, Bernardino Poccetti
Bernardino Poccetti
Das Martyrium des Apostels Thomas
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Bernardino Poccetti: Martyrium des Apostels Thomas, ca. 1589/1590, Fresko, ca. 300 x 225 cm. San Pierino, Florenz

Bernardino Poccetti

Das Martyrium des Apostels Thomas, ca. 1585 – 1590


Blatt
max. 273 x max. 209 mm
Inventory Number
6901
Object Number
6901 Z
Status
Can be presented in the study room of the Graphische Sammlung (special opening hours)

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Das Martyrium des Apostels Thomas
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Label at the Time of Manufacture
Bezeichnet unterhalb der Darstellung (mit der Feder in Braun): s tomaso ›appresso cesare‹ per uolonta di ddio fu mandato in india ›a gundoforore‹ per architettore / il quale comincio a predicare dela fede de nostro sigore [sic!] da poi funo batezati noue milia / ›mostra[]‹ [...] chomando a demonio che era nascosto in esso idolo che lodis[trug]ga e subeto lidolo fu liquefatto / come s egli fusse di cera al[i/o]lora tutti i sacerdoti come beste mogia[...]ano e il pontefice del[...] / tem[pio] alzando la spada t[r]a[p]asso lapostolo pe la ue[n]deta de
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Bezeichnet unterhalb der Darstellung rechts (mit der Feder in Braun): Tintoretto
Unten rechts Stempel der Sammlung Marquis de Lagoy, Aix en Provence (Lugt 1710); darüber Stempel der Sammlung William Mayor, London (Lugt 2799); verso auf dem Montierungsbogen unten links Stempel des Städelschen Kunstinstituts, Frankfurt am Main (Lugt 2356)
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  • Nicht feststellbar
Work Catalogues
  • Tietze/Tietze-Conrat 1944.361.2220

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Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
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Public Domain

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  • Die Legenda aurea des Jacobus de Voragine, übersetzt von Richard Benz, Heidelberg 1984

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Primary
  • 73F29551 Thomas is killed by Indian priests
  • 11D121(+31) cross as symbol of Christ (+ angels floating in the air)
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18.05.2022