Storia dell’arte 142, 2015
Due nuovi Tanzio da Varallo in Francia e un disegno a Berlino
Two interesting oils on panel of 16 cm each one are generally exposed at the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Orléans. Possibly born in pendant, they represent Saint Luke the Evangelist and Saint Jerome. Actually attributed to an anonymous artist of the XVIth Century, the two paintings reveal the last manner of the Valsesian master Antonio D’Errico called Tanzio da Varallo (1575/1580-1632/1633). The mature artist is possibly the author of a newly discovering red chalk drawing at Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin, too, Head of a religious men, anonymous until now.