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Judith, 1504 by Giorgione

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Painting Title:

Judith, 1504


Artist:

Giorgio da Castelfranco Giorgione (c.1477-1510)


Location:

The State Hermitage Museum St. Petersburg Russia


Original Size:

144 x 66.5 cm

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Painting Reproduction completely hand-painted with oil on blank linen canvas.


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In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries the painting Judith was thought to be by Raphael. Later G. Waagen ascribed it to Moretto da Brescia. In 1866 the Judith was identified by K. Liphart as a Giorgione. This attribution had been proposed a hundred years earlier by P. J. Mariette, but it had apparently received no support at that time.

The Judith was probably executed about the same time as the Castelfranco Madonna.
The Hermitage picture may have served as part of a built-in cupboard or an organ: before the transfer of the painting onto canvas there were visible marks of a lock on the panel. Different publications contain contradictory data on the picture's size: some authors believe that its present size is the original one, others hold that the composition was trimmed at the sides in the course of its transfer onto canvas in the Hermitage. In the engraving by Toinette Larcher (eighteenth century) we see two trees at the right and the whole composition is wider. However, an earlier engraving done by the master who signed himself L. Sa. (seventeenth century) reproduces the composition in its present-day form. Evidently in the Crozat collection the picture had had two lateral extensions added, following which T. Larcher made her engraving. In the Hermitage the extensions were removed, a fact confirmed by archival documents.

Restoration work on the canvas was completed in 1972. This consisted in the removal of a layer of yellow-tinted varnish and of several later overpaintings: the original coli range of the picture was thus revealed. According to entrii in old catalogues, the Judith was brought to France by Fc and later purchased by Bertin, from whom it passed to Cr T. Pignatti voiced the opinion that there is a certain likeness between the head of Holofernes and the artist himself.
24th May 2015 9:27pm

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