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[Cupid reading from a Scroll.]
[Cupid reading from a Scroll.] Frontispiece. To the Select Works of Engravings Under the Direction of William Buchanan Esq.r
Correggio pinxt. Engraved in the School of Morghen.
Pub.d by Mr. Stone at the Historic Gallery, 87, Pall Mall.
Steel engraving on India with very large margins, platemark 260 x 205mm (10¼ x 8"). Fine impression, numered '132' lower right, on uncut sheet.
Engraving of a detail from Correggio's 'Venus with Mercury and Cupid' ('The School of Love') in the National Gallery, London, in which Mercury acts as schoolmaster to the young Cupid. This print was the frontispiece to a series of engravings illustrating 'Portraits and Ideals of the Great Masters of the Various Schools of Painting', supervised by the dealer William Buchanan (1777-1864). The reference to the 'School of Morghen' refers to the famous Italian engraver Raphael Morghen (1758-1833).
For another print in this series, see ref. 24232; for Morghen's work see ref. 23992.
[Ref: 33953]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Portrait d'un Jeune Homme
Portrait d'un Jeune Homme d'apres le Tableau de Raphael, qui est dans le Cabinet du Roy. Peint sur bois, haut de 22 pouces, large de 16 pouces, gravé par Nicolas Edelinck.
[c.1729]
Engraving, platemark 210 x 150mm (8¼ x 6") very large margins. Uncut sheet; good impression. Staining in margins.
Portrait of a young man after a portrait now in the Louvre, here attributed to Raphael and subsequently to Parmagianino, although recent scholarship has suggested an attribution to Correggio. Plate from the 'Recueil Crozat', a large series commissioned by Pierre Crozat, reproducing famous paintings and drawings. Engraved by French printmaker Gérard Edelinck (1640-1707), a specialist in portraits who reproduced the works of portraits such as Hyacinthe Rigaud and Nicolas de Largilliere, and is considered one of the greatest engravers of the 17th century.
[Ref: 40485]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Rest on the Flight into Egypt.]
[Rest on the Flight into Egypt.]
Antonio Corregio Pinxit.
Cum privilegio Regis. Sold by Alex: Browne at the Blew Ballcony in little Queen Street_ [n.d. c.1700.]
Mezzotint, fine with large margins, 18th century paper watermarked. Plate 260 x 196mm (10¼ x 7¾").
The Virgin seated amid trees and vegetation, her hair in plaits and tied with a long cloth, cradles the baby Jesus in her lap; above, a winged cherub; to the right, a rabbit.
CS: undescribed (under Browne).
[Ref: 31019]   £320.00  

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S. Catharina. 17.
S. Catharina. 17.
Correggio pinxi.t Ant: Capellan sculp. Romae 1772.
Napoli in Aedibus Regus vulos a Cap di Monte.
Engraving, very large margins. Plate 330 x 241mm (13 x 9½"). Water stain lower left of margin.
The Marriage of Saint Catherine; the Virgin, sitting on the ground, holding the Child on her lap; Catherine kneeling before them, holding a palm frond in one hand, and extending the other which is grasped by Mary and Jesus; the Child looking up at Mary; a sword on the ground; trees and a landscape in the background. The original painting in in the Gallerie Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples. From "Schola Italica Picturae sive Selectae Quaedam Summorum e Schola Italica Pictorum Tabulae Aere Incisae Cura et Impensis Gavini Hamilton Pictoris", a series of forty plates.
[Ref: 30998]   £230.00  
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Cum pervenisset Jesus ad montem Olivarum, positis genibus orabat. Luc. Cap. XXII. V.40. 18.
Cum pervenisset Jesus ad montem Olivarum, positis genibus orabat. Luc. Cap. XXII. V.40. 18.
Ant. Allegri da Coreggio pinxit. Joh. Volpato sculpsit Romae 1773.
Ex Tabula Madriti in Pinacotheca Regis.
Engraving, very large margins. Plate 350 x 369mm (13¾ x 14½"). Water stain to upper left corner.
The Agony in the Garden; the angel appearing to Christ in the Garden of Gethsemene; apostles sleeping behind him; trees and landscape in the background. Print after Correggio's panel The Agony in the Garden, formerly in Milan (XVIIc), then in Madrid (until1813), then captured by the Dukes of Wellington. Now in Apsley House, London. From "Schola Italica Picturae sive Selectae Quaedam Summorum e Schola Italica Pictorum Tabulae Aere Incisae Cura et Impensis Gavini Hamilton Pictoris", a series of forty plates.
[Ref: 31012]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Jupiter et Danaé.
Jupiter et Danaé.
Le Correge pinxit. Desrochers sculpsit.
[n.d., c.1730.]
Engraving. Sheet 290 x 335mm (11½ x 13¼"). Trimmed within plate, losing publisher's inscription?
Danaé, sitting with Cupid on a bed, is visited by Jupiter in the guise of golden rain, with two putti dipping the tip of an arrow in poison. One of the 'Loves of Jupiter'. Engraved by Étienne Desrochers after Antonio Correggio's painting (now in the Galleria Borghese), this print was first published by Louis Surugue in Paris c.1720, with a dedication to the Duc d'Orléans, five verses in French, and details on the original's provenance.
See BM 1837,0408.337 for the original state.
[Ref: 44975]   £270.00  
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[Virgin and Child.]
[Virgin and Child.]
Antonius de Alegris Corrgiensis pinx: N. Edelinck sculp.
Extat venetiis in Museo D:D: Jacobi Chertemps Galli. 1708.
Copper Engraving, 435 x 320mm. 17 x 12½". A fine impression.
Virgin holding sleeping Child in her arms, sitting in front of an arched window opening onto a landscape. Erroneously attributed to Antonio Correggio (1489 - 1534).
[Ref: 18839]   £230.00  
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[Madonna adoring the Child.]
[Madonna adoring the Child.] Mariae Aloisiae Caroli III Hispaniarum Regis Filiae Coniugi Petri Leopoldi ab Austr. Magni Aetru [...]
Iconem ab Antonio Allegri Patria Corregium, industria [...] 1768.
Engraving, 18th century watermarked paper; platemark 470 x 330mm (18½ x 13"). Very large margins, uncut. Very fine; crease through centre as issued.
Print after Correggio's painting of the Madonna adoring the Child in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Engraved by Florentine printmaker Ferdinando Gregori (1743?-1804), who made many large engravings after Old Master paintings, particularly those in Florence.
[Ref: 38475]   £320.00  
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[Virgin and Child]
[Virgin and Child] Dillectus meus mihi et ego illi / Admodum Reverendo Domino: Dno Ioanni Chrisostomo vander Sterre [...]
Correggio p. [c.1628]
Engraving, 17th century watermark; platemark 290 x 205mm (11½ x 8") large margins. Loss of margin top right.
Engraving by Lucas Vorsterman (or, as Hollstein believes, one of his studio assistants) after a painting here erroneously attributed to Correggio.
[Ref: 45999]   £230.00  
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