Annibale Caracci (1560-1609), Carlo Cesio (1622-1686). - Diana and Endymion. Engraving in red on very large paper.

Description
Annibale Caracci (1560-1609), Carlo Cesio (1622-1686). - Diana and Endymion. Engraving in red on very large paper.
Engraving - Plate signed - 1770-1810

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.

References:
The Illustrated Bartsch 22-2(2) second state of two, with Tab II.
Bartsch 22

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.

Lot details
Artist
Annibale Caracci (1560-1609), Carlo Cesio (1622-1686).
Title of artwork
Diana and Endymion. Engraving in red on very large paper.
Year
1770-1810
Technique
Engraving
Signature
Plate signed
Condition
In very good condition
Sold with frame
No
Image size
23.5×22 cm
Total dimensions
50×38.5×0 cm
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