18 - 19 September 2007
Ugo da Carpi (circa 1480-1525) after Parmigianino
Diogenes (B. 10; Servolini XXIII)
chiaroscuro woodcut, printed from four blocks (black and three shades of brown), circa 1527, watermark Coat of Arms with Crossed Keys (cf. Briquet 1158, dated 1584-5), a richly printed impression, trimmed slightly unevenly, a small repair at the top sheet edge, a short repaired tear at the left sheet edge, minor breaks in the paper towards the lower edge (without paper loss)
S. 477 x 340 mm.
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