Tarquin and Lucretia (Vienna)

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Title: Tarquin and Lucretia (Vienna)

Date work started: 1570

Date work completed: 1576

Place created: Casa Grande, Venice

Patron: unknown

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Material: oil on canvas

Dimensions: 114.0cm X 100.0cm

Genre: myth

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  • Sequence: Itinerary 1 of 4

    Owner Name: Titian

    In possession from: 1570 to Unknown

    Location: Casa Grande

    Notes:

    It has been suggested that this was part of a larger picture with entire figures (Popp 1921, Bernaud-Hours 1964), and in the possession of Lord Arundel in 1622, passing to Charles I, and then to the French Royal family, but there is no evidence of any cut to the canvas.

    Citations: Rosand, David, Titian, (New York: H. Abrams, 1978) page 361.


  • Sequence: Itinerary 2 of 4

    Owner Name: Jauner von Schroffenegg

    In possession from: Unknown to 1907

    Location: Vienna

    Notes:

    Citations: Ferino-Pagden, Sylvia, Late Titian and the Sensuality of Painting, (Venice: Marsilio, 2008) page 236.


  • Sequence: Itinerary 3 of 4

    Owner Name: Pisko Gallery

    In possession from: 1907 to 1907

    Location: Lothringerstrasse 14

    Notes:

    Citations: Ferino-Pagden, Sylvia, Late Titian and the Sensuality of Painting, (Venice: Marsilio, 2008) page 236.


  • Sequence: Itinerary 4 of 4

    Owner Name: Akademie der bildenden Kunste

    In possession from: 1907 to Present

    Location: Akademie der bildenden Kunste

    Notes:

    When acquired in 1907 by the Akademie, it was listed in the catalogue as "Othello" by Veronese. The Akademie director, Gerisch, gave it the current title and attribution to Titian.

    Citations: Ferino-Pagden, Sylvia, Late Titian and the Sensuality of Painting, (Venice: Marsilio, 2008) page 236.


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