Presepe napoletano

63 Pins77 Followers
Neapolitan Baroque Angel Giuseppe Sammartino (1720-1793) 17 1/2''h.| terracotta head, wooden wings & limbs,various fabrics.

Angel, by Giuseppe Sanmartino (Italian, Italian (Naples) Medium: Polychromed terracotta head; wooden limbs and wings; body of wire wrapped in tow;

The presepio, an elaborate Nativity scene re-created with lifelike miniature figures and animals arranged in a detailed panorama of 18th-century village life, has its origins in 17th- and 18th-century Naples and southern Italy. Handcrafted by artisans between 1700 and 1830, the museum’s presepio includes more than 100 superbly modeled human and angelic figures, animals, accessories, and architectural elements, covering 250 square feet.The presepio is one of the finest and most complete…

Neapolitan presepio – Exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

The presepio, an elaborate Nativity scene re-created with lifelike miniature figures and animals arranged in a detailed panorama of 18th-century village life, has its origins in 17th- and 18th-century Naples and southern Italy. Handcrafted by artisans between 1700 and 1830, the museum’s presepio includes more than 100 superbly modeled human and angelic figures, animals, accessories, and architectural elements, covering 250 square feet.The presepio is one of the finest and most complete…

Neapolitan presepio, Italian, 1700–1830, Carnegie Museum of Art. Photo: Tom Little

Neapolitan presepio, Italian, Carnegie Museum of Art. Photo: Tom Little

Neapolitan presepio, Italian, 1700–1830, Carnegie Museum of Art. Photo: Tom Little

santons: are small hand-painted terracotta nativity scene figurines produced in the Provence region of southeastern France

Angel Attributed to Giuseppe Sanmartino (Italian, 1720–1793) Date: 18th century Culture: Italian (Naples) Medium: Polychromed terracotta head; wooden limbs and wings; body of wire wrapped in tow; various fabrics. Dimensions: H. 16 1/4 in. (41.3 cm.)

Angel Attributed to Giuseppe Sanmartino (Italian, Date: century Culture: Italian (Naples) Medium: Polychromed terracotta head; wooden limbs and wings; body of wire wrapped in tow;

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso  - Roma

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso - Roma

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso  - Roma

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso - Roma

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso  - Roma

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso - Roma

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso - Roma

Chiesa di San Giacomo - Via del Corso - Roma

Pinterest
Search