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Gerrit van Honthorst (1590-1656), recognized this present day basically for his candlelight scenes, used to be additionally well-known in the course of the 17th century for his mythological and ancient work, and used to be a favourite of the courts 1 in England, Denmark and the Netherlands. it truly is my purpose the following to check his oeuvre with a view to confirm his contribution to the increase ment of Dutch portray at the moment.
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These beginnings of a mature style indicate a date of about 1616. That the young man who holds the rope has a profile very similar to the young Jesus in the Montecompatri canvas also helps to place the Christ Crowned with Thorns chronologically close to that picture. The obvious stylistic relationship between the Christ Crowned with Thorns and the later, rather than the earlier, Honthorst paintings, marks this picture as the first to manifest the style which is generally associated with Honthorst's Roman years.
The London version comes from Lucien Bonaparte's Collection, of which a large number of the paintings originally belonged to the Giustiniani family. 3 The high quality of the London picture and the history ofits ownership strongly suggest that it is the original. 4 The painting is impressive in both size and execution. There is a warm orange-red glow, which emanates from thecandle and spreadsover the hoclies of Christ and the High Priest. Their faces are reddish-brown with golden highlights, and their necks are bronzed as if weatherbeaten.
598. s See Catalogue Raisonne no. 44. 3 There is no mention of this painting in G. •••• sujets, 1812, but thisdoesnotmean that the Giustiniani family never owned the picture. It cou1d have been so1d to Luden Bonaparte some time after his arriva1 in Romein 1803. ' See Catalogue Raisonne no. 44 for the provenance.  force ofhis compositions. This mode ofpainting first came to his attention in the North; in ltaly, he found it especially in Caravaggio andin the Bassani. Although, at first glance, Honthorst's method of lighting appears similar to that ofCaravaggio, a comparison ofHonthorst's Christ Before the High Priestwith Caravaggio'sConversion ofSaintPaul inSta.