8 April 2009
Giulio Bonasone (circa 1510 - after 1576)
Cupid showing Daphne to Apollo, from Loves of the Gods (B. 157; Massari 58)
engraving, circa 1560, without watermark, a fine impression of the first state (of three) of this rare print, printing with subtle tone and fine wiping marks, with margins, in very good condition, framed
P. 158 x 109 mm., S. 165 x 117 mm.
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