List of illustrations

  • View of Naples with Vesuvius
  • Street in Naples, Basso Porto area
  • The Street Urchin (Lo scugnizzo)
  • The Little Seminarian (Il prevetariello)
  • Albert Cahen d'Anvers (1846–1903)
  • After the Duel (Dopo il duello)
  • Street boys in Naples
  • Circus Boy
  • Portrait of a Child
  • Saltimbanco After the Performance
  • Scugnizzo with Crucifix
  • Children and Toys (Poveri che si dilettano con le gioie dei ricchi)
  • The Poor Schoolboy (Le petit écolier)
  • The Vow (Il voto)
  • Studying (Lo studio)
  • Low Tide (Acque basse)
  • Truth (La verità)
  • Boy with Toy Soldiers
  • Il malatino con fior di mandorlo
  • Almond Blossoms (Fiore di mandorlo)
  • Girl with White Veil
  • Girl with Yellow Scarf (Bambina con fazzoletto giallo)
  • The Saltimbanco (Il saltimbanco)
  • Man of Sorrows
  • Self-Portrait
  • Self-Portrait with Visor
  • Little Saltimbanque Musicians
  • Young Bacchus (Bacco)
  • Vincenzo Gemito
  • Self-Portrait
  • Antonio Mancini
  • Girl Studying (Bambina che legge)
  • Reading (La lettura)
  • Adieu Paris (The Customs)
  • Coral Seller (La corallaia)
  • For Sale (Si vende)
  • Self-Portrait with Basket
  • Self-Portrait with Straw
  • Self-Portrait with Tinsel Crown
  • Self-Portrait
  • Self-Portrait
  • Children on a Sunny Beach (Beach at Mergellina)
  • Self-Portrait with Dedication
  • Young Shepherd in Leggings (Pastorello in ciocie)
  • The Standard Bearer of the Harvest Festival
  • Hendrik Willem Mesdag in his house
  • The Statue Seller (Il piccolo antiquario)
  • The Maker of Figures (Portrait of the Artist's Father)
  • Young Boy
  • In the Boudoir
  • Madness, Art, and Poverty
  • The Coppersmith (Il calderaio)
  • The Model
  • The Seller of Statues (Il venditore di statue)
  • Man with a Parrot (L'homme au perroquet)
  • Resting
  • Pensativa
  • Lost in Thought
  • Woman with an Album
  • The Marquis Giorgio Capranica del Grillo in his Rome studio
  • The Marquis Giorgio Capranica del Grillo
  • Antonio Mancini, seated with his nephew Alfredo, painting with the use of the graticola
  • Via Margutta, Rome
  • Signora Pantaleoni
  • Tired Out (Le due bambole)
  • William Marriott Welch
  • Antonio Mancini at Temple, near Henley, England
  • Sylvia Hunter
  • Portrait of Gérome Caccamisi
  • Two Cousins (Le due cugine)
  • Saint John the Baptist
  • Old Woman Drinking Tea
  • Sir Hugh Lane
  • Elizabeth and Charles Hedworth Williamson with Dog
  • Antonio Mancini painting Hugh Lane's sister, Mrs. Shine, Dublin
  • Self-Portrait
  • Self-Portrait
  • Antonio Mancini
  • Antonio Mancini with Baron Otto Messinger on the terrace of the Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, Rome
  • Minstrel (The White Page)
  • The Seamstress (La cucitrice)
  • Antonio Mancini in his studio
  • In Giardino
  • Antonio Mancini with Vincenzo Gemito at the Villa Casciaro, Naples
  • Antonio Mancini in his Viale Liegi studio
  • Self-Portrait
  • Gypsies
  • Lady in Red (Dama in rosso)
  • Antonio Mancini, flanked by his nephew Alfredo and the latter's wife Maria
  • Self-Portrait with Autobiographical Script
  • Antonio Mancini
  • Self-Portrait
  • Antonio Mancini in Paris
  • Self-Portrait
  • Antonio Mancini in Berlin
  • Antonio Mancini (left) with Giuseppe Casciaro and Vincenzo Gemito at the Villa Casciaro
  • Vance N. Jordan
  • Foyer of Vance N. Jordan's New York apartment
  • Corner of Vance N. Jordan's living room
  • Corner of Vance N. Jordan's library
  • Detail from a sideboard in Vance N. Jordan's dining room
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Description: Antonio Mancini: Nineteenth-Century Italian Master
~At the turn of the twentieth century, Antonio Mancini was a celebrated international figure. The catalogue of the 1899 Venice Biennale described him as follows:
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Description: Antonio Mancini: Nineteenth-Century Italian Master
IN A POOR SECTION OF NAPLES one morning in the 1870s, when the painter Antonio Mancini was in his twenties, some of the artist’s friends observed him coming out of a foul little shop on Via Costantinopoli. He had gone there to obtain materials for a new painting, which he habitually did by bartering his most recent...
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Chronology
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~The following letters, sent from Rome by the painter John J. Jacobson, vividly describe Mancini to patron Hendrik Willem Mesdag and his wife, Sina van Houten Mesdag. The letters, belonging to a private collection, were originally published in Hanna Pennock in Antonio Mancini en Nederland (see the Selected Bibliography). They have been translated here from...
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Description: Antonio Mancini: Nineteenth-Century Italian Master
~The following entries recording the receipt and sale of works by Antonio Mancini are excerpted from the stock books of the Goupil gallery in Paris from 1875 to 1878. The prices, originally entered in letter code, are translated here according to the company’s numeric key Although unstated...
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Description: Antonio Mancini: Nineteenth-Century Italian Master
~The gift of fifteen major works by Antonio Mancini to the Philadelphia Museum of Art from the estate of Vance N. Jordan (1943–2003) provided the impetus for the present publication. Although highly impressive in its own right, this collection represents only a partial reflection of Jordan’s remarkable involvement with the arts that began...
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Checklist of the Exhibition
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Selected Bibliography
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Index
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Photographic credits
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Antonio Mancini: Nineteenth-Century Italian Master
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