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Bernardo Zenale
Madonna and Saints

c. 1495
tempera on panel
129 x 63 cm (50-3/4 x 24-7/8 in)
Dr. Ormond, San Remo, Italy; [1] sold 1925/1926 to (Augusto Lurati, Milan). [2] (Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi [1878-1955] Rome-Florence); sold to Samuel H. Kress [1863-1955] on 12 June 1935; gift 1939 to the National Gallery of Art; deaccessioned 1952 and returned to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation; gift to the University of Kansas Museum of Art, now Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, in 1960, no. 60.49. [1] Ormond purchased a villa in San Remo in 1887. His son, Louis Francis Ormond [1866-1948], married the artist John Singer Sargent's sister, Violet. Date of sale from Ormond to Lurati according to F. R. Shapley, Paintings from the Samuel H. Kress Collection, Italian Schools, XV-XVI Century, London, 1966, p. 17. [2] Lurati appears to have been a dealer in Italy. His collection was offered at the Galleria Pesaro, Milan, 18-21 April 1928, at the auction house Canetta, Milan, 10-12 January 1933, and also at his own Galleria Lurati, Milan, 9-13 November 1931. The painting was not included in any of these sales.
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