The Sacrifice of Isaac, c.1528 Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 98 x 69 cm

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5th June 2016 4:53pm
Andrea del Sarto - The Sacrifice of Abraham

Vasari relates that Andrea del Sarto, on the suggestion of a Florentine friend who sold art works to Francis I, King of France, made a beautiful Sacrifice of Abraham (now in Dresden) and executed a smaller but equally perfect replica for Paolo da Terrarossa.

The subsequent vicissitudes of the two pictures become very complicated in Vasari's account, but evidently the version in the Prado is the second one, given its size (a sketch for it is in the Cleveland Museum).
It is undoubtedly a late work, with a certain strength and an ordered quality. Vasari mentions with admiration 'the very handsome and tender child Isaac, all nude, trembling with fear of death', the boy's robes fallen to the ground that are 'real and natural' and finally the unusual landscape.

If the work is read according to such naturalistic standards, the painting is certainly notable. To our sensibilities, however, the bombast in Abraham's gesture is inescapable, even accepting the intention of creating space. Nor is the excessive balance of the somewhat academic design entirely acceptable, even if we recognize a more agitated handling - a Pontormo - like sensibility - in Isaac's face and in some details of the background.

There is an interesting hypothesis that this work was to serve as a pendant to the Charity (Louvre) executed a decade earlier. It is evident that with the relaxation of the stylistic tension that reaches its maximum in a work like the Pieta in Vienna, Andrea del Sarto returned in the last years of his brief and intense career to his youthful tendency towards an archaizing simplicity and a more fervid religious inspiration.