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Italian School, 16th and 17th Century

A small Collection of Mannerist Prints

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Italian School, 16th and 17th Century
A small Collection of Mannerist Prints
including Giulio Sanuto, The Flaying of Marsyas, from: Apollo and Marsyas (central panel) (Bury 5), engraving, 1562, watermark Initials PG with a Star, extremely rare, with tread margins, trimmed outside the borderline at left; Federico Barocci, The Stigmatization of Saint Francis (Bartsch 3); Orazio Borgiani after Raphael, God separating Light and Dark, from: The Loggia Paintings (B. 1); a copy after Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio, Pluto and Proserpina, from: The Loves of the Gods (cf. B. 22); Girolamo Fagiuoli after Perino del Vaga, Adam and Eve; Odoardo Fialetti after Licinio da Pordenone, Diana (B. 20) and Pan (B. 22) from Four Divinities; and Orazio de Sanctis, The Holy Family (B. 5); all generally in good condition
S. 520 x 410 mm. (and smaller) (8)
Provenance
Jonathan Richardson sen. (1665-1745), London (L. 2183). (Barocci)
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