"Simon," with monogrammed FP, original etching.
‘De heilige Simon’.
From the series Christ and the Apostles (series title).
Label on the back: Francesco Parmigigno.
Print maker: monogrammist FP (Italy; 16th century) (listed on object).
After a design by: Parmigianino.
Parmigianino or Parmigiano born Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola was an Italian painter and etcher.
His working name Parmigianino is Italian for the little Parmesan.
Parmigianino’s works are considered Mannerist of the Renaissance movement. Parmigianino is often described by connoisseurs as one of the most sensitive artists of Mannerism.
From info Rijksmuseum and Bartsch:
Object no.: RP-P-H-D-42 / RP-P-OB-207.934 / RP-P-OB-38.509
Catalogue reference: The Illustrated Bartsch 11Bartsch 11:
monogrammist FP (Italy; 16th century) (listed on object) after a design by: Parmigianino.
Place of manufacture: Italy.
Dating ca. 1500 - ca. 1599.
Physical characteristics: etching.
Dimensions: sheet: h 123 mm (interior plate edge was cropped off) x w 70 mm (interior plate edge was cropped off).
Explanation: this print is part of a series of thirteen prints of Christ and the twelve apostles.
Subject: the apostle Simon Zelotes (or Simon the Canaanite).
Provenance: Galerie Michel, Paris. Literature: Bartsch, no. 2.
Gabriëlse Collection, Middelburg - Monaco.
Dimensions: 12 x 6 cm.
In great frame aluminium with glass and black mat: 23 x 31 cm.
See the photos for a good impression, they are part of the description.
Shipping with registration.
- Francesco Parmigiano (1503-1540)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- De apostel Simon
- 1700 und früher
- ca 1500-1590
- Signiert in der Platte
- Guter Zustand
- 31×23×3 cm