Raphael

God the Father Blessing between Two Angels



Raphael - God the Father Blessing between Two Angels

Literature

Meyer zur Capellen 17B

Hugo Chapman, Tom Henry, and Carol Plazzotta, Raphael, London, 2004, fig. 68


Provenance

the convent of Sant'Antonio da Padova, Perugia, until 1678, sold to Bigazzini
conte Giovanni Antonio Bigazzini, Rome, from 1678
Colonna family, Palazzo Colonna, Rome, from shortly after 1678, until 1798
with Alexander Day, Rome, until 1802/3, sold through Venuti to Ferdinand I
Ferdinand I, King of Naples and the two Sicilies, Naples and Palermo, 1802/3–died 1825
Francis I, King of Naples and the two Sicilies, Palazzo Reale, Naples, 1825–died 1830
Ferdinand II, King of Naples and the two Sicilies, Palazzo Reale, Naples, 1830–died 1859
Francis II, King of Naples and the two Sicilies, Palazzo Reale, Naples, 1859–60 and Gaeta, 1860–61, and as duca di Castro, Madrid, 1861–died 1894
on loan to the Musée du Louvre, Paris, in 1870
subsequently on loan to the National Gallery, London
his estate, 1894–96, sold to Colnaghi
with Martin Colnaghi, London, 1896, sold to Sedelmeyer
with Sedelmeyer, Paris, 1896–1901, sold to Morgan
J. Pierpont Morgan, London and New York, 1901–died 1913
on loan to the National Gallery, London, 1901–13
his estate, 1913–16

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 16.30ab

Other works by Raphael


Raphael God the Father Holding a Diadem
God the Father Holding a Diadem
1501

Raphael Holy Family with the Lamb
Holy Family with the Lamb
1504

Raphael Portrait of a Young Man
Portrait of a Young Man
1510-11

Raphael and workshop Madonna of the Candelabra
Madonna of the Candelabra

Raphael
God the Father Blessing between Two Angels
1504-05
64.8 x 171.5 cm
Oil and gold on wood
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1916