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Pietro Testa (1611/12-1650)

Allegory of Autumn and Allegory of Winter (B. 38, 39; Bellini 28, 32)

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Pietro Testa (1611/12-1650)
Allegory of Autumn and Allegory of Winter (B. 38, 39; Bellini 28, 32)
two etchings, circa 1644, watermark Fleur-de-Lys in a Double Circle with Initials B V (cf. Haewood 1602), both final states (of three and two, respectively), with the usual horizontal central folds, tears and creases in the margins, B. 38 with a paper loss in the upper margin at left; together with The Prodigal Son is reduced to a Swinehand (B. 7; Be. 23); St. Jerome repentant in the Desert (B. 15; Be. 9); The Seven Sages of Greece (B. 18, Be. 38); and Thetis immersing Achilles into a Vessel of Water (B. 21; Be. 36), all by the same hand, generally in good condition
P. 500 x 707 mm., S. 545 x 790 mm. (B. 38)
P. 502 x 712 mm., S. 540 x 790 mm. (B. 39) (6)
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