Engraving after H. Pothoven, 1750, image size 13 5/8 x 8 5/8 inches
This 1623 engraving by Ottavio Leoni measures 5 5/8 x 4 3/8 inches. It is a portrait bust of the artist Antonio Tempesta in a 12 sided frame. Bartsch 38. A collection seal is stamped on the back. Leoni did a series of 12 engraved portraits of fellow artists including Michelangelo, which is the only documented portrait of him by another artist.
Engraving, after the painting by Salvatore Rosa in the Imperial Gallery St. Petersburg; 1st state, pub. Nov.24,1767 No. 41,Boydel, London for the Houghton Gallery; plate size 20 1/4 x 14 7/8 inches; image size 18 1/4 x 14 1/16 inches;
This series of thirteen townscapes are images of shipping ports, market places, hotels, busy neighborhoods, historical buildings, castles, and cathedrals all surrounded by the element of water. They show the interplay and the importance of the waterways to the towns and their dependance on each other. Individual prints are titled in Dutch at the top center and were done c. 1660-1690.
Engraving, image size: 15 x 17 inches, Dom Zampieri pinx, N Vanni del
This is an early engraving by Pierre Adrien Le Beau, Portrait of Tourville, one of the principal chiefs of the navy of Louis XIV with a small representation of the Battle of La Hougue in 1692. Circa 1790 this engraving has an image size of 7 1/4X4 1/2 inches, tipped onto a backing board with french mat.
Engraving after P. Mignard, 1684, 4th state, image size 12 5/8 x 8 7/8 in, sheet 15 1/8 x 10 3/4 in, Randall 1759, Fogg Museum provenance
Engraving after F. Detroy, 1699, image size 13 13/16 x 9 13/16 in, sheet 14 3/8 x 10 in, Randall 7439, Fogg Museum provenance
Engraving by Hieronymus Wierix after the painting by Jan van der Straet, published by Philip Galle before 1612, cat: Hollstein-410. A copy of this print is in the collection of the British Museum, London.
Portrait of Henry Earl of Arundel, three-quarter length, standing, almost facing front, wearing armour, and holding helmet; in ornate frame; first, lettered state; after Van Dyck; Engraving, the platemark measures 14 1/4X10 1/2 inches.
Mezzotint, image size 12 3/8 x 9 1/2 inches, plate size 13 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches, c.1730, after the painting by Thomas Hudson. Inscribed "T.Hudson pinx" l.l., "I. Faber fecit" l.r.
This engraving by George Vertue of the Chief Justice, Sir Matthew Hale, measures 12 x 7 inches. Created in 1735 from an original painting by Michael Wright, it has inscribed on the lower margin "Michael Wright pinx.; From an Original painting in Guildhall, London; and George Vertue Sculp. 1735." Hale was a well-known and respected judge and jurist and his writings have been cited as recently as 1993.
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