37.5 x 23.5 cm
ORIGINAL in very good overall condition. Small marginal tear just into image neatly backed.
Recent hand colour.
Sometimes referred to as the “German Vasari,” Joachim von Sandrart, born in Frankfurt, trained first as a printmaker, notably in Nuremberg, and in Prague with Aegidius Sadeler. After a long and successful career in the foremost artistic circles in England, Italy, and the Netherlands, he returned to Germany and painted for Emperor Ferdinand III, for which he was ennobled in 1673. In the latter part of his life, Sandrart settled in Nuremberg and turned to publishing projects and teaching.
- Joh. Sandrart (1606 – 1688); G. C. Eimmert - Large Folio - Roman Antiquities
- Title of artwork
- Statues set against Ruins in Rome - Colosseum, Italy - 1676
- Engraving, Watercolour
- Plate signed
- In very good condition
- Sold with frame