Vittorio Crivelli
Madonna and Child with saints. Around 1480

Tempera on wood on goldplating
113×190 cm. (with frame); the central composition measures 105×34.5 cm.; the side parts each measure 105×34 cm.
Polyptych, Five Separate Panels
The Rumyantsev Museum
Ж-212
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A polyptych consisting of five parts.

This altarpiece, now held in Moscow, is of great interest as an example of the early work of Vittore Crivelli, the younger brother of the more famous Carlo Crivelli. Works from this period reflect the influence of Antonio Vivarini and that of masters of the Murano school.

Go to the full description on "Italian painting in VIII-XX centuries" catalogue.
  • Polyptych, Five Separate Panels
  • Tempera on wood on goldplating
    113×190 cm. (with frame); the central composition measures 105×34.5 cm.; the side parts each measure 105×34 cm.
  • At the PMFA since 1924
    The Rumyantsev Museum
  • Ж-212
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