Biccherna Noble wedding

Biccherna Noble wedding.

Painting made with tempera and pure gold leaf on table.
Painted by Silvia Salvadori. Made with the original technique of the 15th century Sienese school.

Measures: 54 x 38 cm


In Italian "Santa Maria della Scala"

Biccherna Tablet. Original paintings by Silvia Salvadori. Biccherna.

Noble Wedding. "Marriage of noble sienesi" handmade painted by Silvia Salvadori.

Traditionally painted in tempera with pure colour pigments and egg tempera. In this context of refined court ceremony.

A marriage of a noble Sienese family.

Painting engraved in the gold with great refinement, by Silvia Salvadori.

Engrainded in the gold with great refinement, by Silvia Salvadori.

© Painting by Silvia Salvadori.

Original: painted by Silvia Salvadori

Measures: 54 x 38 cm

Technique: Tempera and pure gold on a wooden panel - Engraved gold. Table of poplar.

Notes: Biccherna: A small painted panel, initially created as a cover for official documents of the civic government of Siena between the 13th and 17th centuries. The Italian word derives from the chief financial office of Siena, the Biccherna, a name that first appears at the beginning of the 13th century; it was supposedly inspired by the imperial treasury of the Blachernae Palace in Constantinople. The term has also been extended to designate painted covers and small panels connected with other Sienese civic offices and institutions, such as the tax office (Biccherna - Gabella), the hospital of St. Maria della Scala, the Opera del Duomo and various lay confraternities. Most biccherne, however, are from the office of the Biccherna itself.

Availability: Item Sold (Available on Commission).


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