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Andrea Solario: A Worthy Heir to Leonardo da Vinci

Published on , by Vanessa Schmitz-Grucker
Auction on 20 November 2021 - 11:00 (CET) - Neumarkt, 3 - D-50667 Cologne

Born into a family of Milan-based artists, Andrea Solario was a pupil of Giovanni Bellini in Venice, then worked in Leonardo da Vinci's studio. He became one of his most important successors, adopting his sculptural approach and intense palette.

Andrea Solario (1460-1524), Ecce Homo, oil on wood, 66.5 x 47 cm/26.2 x 18.5 in.Estimate:... Andrea Solario: A Worthy Heir to Leonardo da Vinci

Andrea Solario (1460-1524), Ecce Homo, oil on wood, 66.5 x 47 cm/26.2 x 18.5 in.
Estimate: €200,000/250,000

Andrea Solario (1460-1524) was one of the most important painters in Leonardo's studio. Like his mentor, he even stayed in France from 1507 to 1509. Was this when he produced this Ecce Homo ? Most specialists assume so, although the context in which Solario created this famous…
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