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Cataloging the Collection with John Marciari

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Cataloging the Collection: From Reginald Poland and the Putnam Sisters to Punchmarks and Provenance with John Marciari, PhD

Cataloging the Collection: From Reginald Poland and the Putnam Sisters to Punchmarks and Provenance with John Marciari, PhD

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  • 1. Cataloguing the Collection: From Reginald Poland and the Putnam Sisters to Punchmarks and Provenance
  • 2. Gandolfino da Roreto (formerly attributed to Ercole de’ Roberti) Christ carrying the Cross, ca. 1500 Gift of Anne R. and Amy Putnam, 1947.39
  • 3. Bernardo Bellotto View of Pirna, ca. 1756 Gift of Anne R. and Amy Putnam, 1943:30
  • 4. Cosme Tura Saint George, ca. 1475-76 Gift of Anne R. and Amy Putnam, 1944.3
  • 5. Paolo Veronese Apollo and Daphne, ca. 1560-65 Gift of Anne R. and Amy Putnam, 1945.27
  • 6. Reginald Poland Director of the Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego (SDMA), 1925-50
  • 7. 1927-36
  • 8. 1938-39
  • 9. 1940-41
  • 10. 1940-41
  • 11. 1945
  • 12. SDMA Selected Works, 2003: “e Putnam sisters gave continuously until 1950, when their donations came to an abrupt half. Exactly what transpired between Poland and the sisters is the subject of much speculation, but somehow he fell out of favor with Amy. Letters between the two suggest that Poland may have cautioned the Putnams about some of the dealers they consulted and that the implied criticism caused offense.”
  • 13. Heimann to Poland 5 March 1949: “I know very well about the ruffled relations between you and our friends. I feel sure it is only a passing thing and I hope that in due time everything will straighten out; all things in our life pass; this will too. But to be friendly-frank with you, Mr Poland, you made many mistakes; sometimes, in a personal talk with you, if you so wish, I will prove it to you.”
  • 14. Titian (?) Portrait of a Man, ca. 1508-10 Indianapolis Museum of Art Gift [of George Clowes] in Memory of Booth Tarkington
  • 15. Bernardino Licinio
  • 16. Excerpted from GHA Clowes to Gerald O’Neill at Chadbourne, Hunt, Jaeckel and Brown, New York, May 13, 1949: “An art director who is a friend of mine but does not know about my difficulties with Heimann was at our house yesterday and told me that Heimann has wormed his way into the good graces of two very old ladies who are very rich and who constitute the main support of the San Diego museum and that he now lives in their house, has been made by them a trustee of the museum, and is a source of tremendous annoyance to the director of the museum, as the old ladies insist that everything bought by the museum shall be purchased from or through Heimann.”  
  • 17. Cataloguing the Collection: From Reginald Poland and the Putnam Sisters to Punchmarks and Provenance Part Two: Punchmarks, Provenance, and all that…..
  • 18. Bartolomeo Vivarini, Saint Mark, 1473
  • 19. Bartolomeo Vivarini, Saint Mark, 1473 With Carlo Crivelli, Madonna & Child, ca. 1468
  • 20. Bartolomeo Vivarini, Saint Mark, 1473
  • 21. Catena, Holy Family with St. Anne (San Diego Museum of Art)
  • 22. “It may be thought that some apology is required for devoting a separate study to the work of an artist whose place in the historical development of his school is of such comparative minor importance as that of Vincenzo Catena.”
  • 23. Catena, Holy Family with St. Anne (San Diego Museum of Art)
  • 24. Catena, Santa Cristina Altarpiece (Santa Maria Mater Domini)
  • 25. Giorgione, Laura 1506 adj primo zugno fo fatto questo de mano de maistro Zorzi da castel fr[anco] / cholega de maistro vizenzi chaena ad instanzia de mis Giac[o]mo
  • 26. Catena,Virgin & Child with Saints (formerly Pospisil collection,Venice) Bellini & studio / Marco Bello?, Virgin & Child with Saints (Morgan Library, NY)
  • 27. Catena,Virgin & Child with Saints (Walters, Baltimore) Bellini & studio,Virgin & Child with Saints (Louvre)
  • 28. Catena,Virgin & Child with Saints (Dresden) Bellini (& studio?),Virgin & Child with donor (Harewood House)
  • 29. Bellini and Studio / BelliniWorkshop Clockwise from top left: Harewood House, Morgan Library, Metropolitan Museum, Louvre, Frankfurt
  • 30. Above: Bellini & Studio,Virgin & Child with Saints (Frankfurt) Upper right: Catena,Virgin & Child with Saints (Glasgow) Lower right: Bellini studio,Virgin & Child with St John (Indianapolis)
  • 31. Upper left: Catena,Virgin & Child with St John (Trafalgar Galleries) Lower left: Catena,Virgin & Child with Saints (Posnan)
  • 32. Early Portraits by Catena: Left (National Gallery, London) Center (ex-Seligman, location unknown) Right (Isola Bella)
  • 33. Portraits, ca. 1495 Portraits, ca. 15101495-1500? or 1510-15?
  • 34. 1506 adj primo zugno fo fatto questo de mano de maistro Zorzi da castel fr[anco] / cholega de maistro vizenzi chaena ad instanzia de mis Giac[o]mo 15_6 de mano de maistro Zorzi da castel fr[anco]
  • 35. Giorgione, Portrait of a Man / Self Portrait (?) (Braunschweig)
  • 36. Braunschweig xray, with comparable works in Posnan, Modena, London, and a private collection
  • 37. Catena, Holy Family with StAnne (San Diego / formerly Dresden), shown with Luca Bertelli’s engraving of the fates
  • 38. Catena, Holy Family with StAnne (San Diego) Lotto,Virgin & Child with Donors (Getty) Lotto, Holy Family with StAnne (Courtauld)