Diana and Endymion. Engraving in red on very large paper.
The goddess Diana embraces the eternally sleeping youth Endymion.
From Galeria nel Palazzo Farnese in Roma.
After Annibale Caracci (1560-1609),
Engraved by Carlo Cesio (1622-1686) in 1656.
Carlo Cesio was a Baroque-style painter and engraver of the Roman school
With the privillige of the Vatican.
With a watermark Bracciano, edited in 1770-1810.
The Illustrated Bartsch 22-2(2) second state of two, with Tab II.
In perfect condition, good impression.
Printed in red ink on a very large laid paper (39 cm x 50 cm) with 8 - 15 cm margins.
With a watermark Bracciano.
Delivered in a museum passepartout.
- Annibale Caracci (1560-1609), Carlo Cesio (1622-1686).
- Title of artwork
- Diana and Endymion. Engraving in red on very large paper.
- Plate signed
- In very good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 23.5×22 cm
- Total dimensions
- 50×38.5×0 cm