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Style of Salvator Rosa: 'Mountainous Landscape with Figures'

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The figures within this landscape scene do not relate to a specific story. The figures appear to derive from a work by Rosa entitled 'The Crucifixion of Polycrates' (Chicago, Art Institute).

Although once considered to be by Rosa himself, it is now attributed to a later imitator working in his style. An attribution to Filippo d'Angeli (about 1600 - about 1640) has been suggested.

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