4 edition of drawings of Stefano da Verona and his circle and the origins of collecting in Italy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-186) and index.
|Genre||Catalogues raisonnés., Catalogs.|
|Series||Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge -- v. 244, Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society -- v. 244.|
|Contributions||Stefano, da Verona, 1375-ca. 1438.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||2001045780|
Feigen runs a gallery that bears his name. For more than 50 years, Feigen has been collecting and dealing a wide range of work—from Old Master drawings to contemporary works. He has represented artists such as Jasper Johns, sold works to over museums, and made many discoveries at auction, including Fra Angelico’s. Object Description. Large triumphal arch in Florence. Atop the arch are statues of military figures. In the center is a man astride a galloping horse with angels by his side.
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The drawings of Stefano da Verona and his circle and the origins of collecting in Italy: a catalogue raisonné. [Evelyn Karet; Stefano, da Verona]. George Goldner "Collecting Drawings for the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art." Master Drawings.
Vol. 38, no. 3,p.fig. 4 (verso only repr.). Evelyn Karet Drawings of Stefano da Verona and His Circle and the Origins of Collecting in Italy: A Catalogue Raisonné. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.
Seated on either side are two bearded men (philosophers?), one with a book in his lap and the other holding a book in his hands. In the lower right, a woman holding her breast with her right hand is surrounded by youths, young women, children, and to her right a bearded man.
Biography. He lived just long enough to see printing arrive in Italy. He was the first to recreate geometrically the alphabet of Roman inscriptions, in The original copy of Alphabetum Romanum, his treatise on the geometrical construction of Roman capital letters using the square and circle, is preserved in the Vatican Library (Codex Vat.
lat. The drawing has its origins in the model book tradition and may represent a derivation of such a subject from a model book. under inv. ; Karet, E.The Drawings of Stefano da Verona and His Circle and the Origins of Collecting in Italy: a Catalogue Raisonné, p.under cat.
R25, and fig. Life (?) Model. Title: Seated Man with a Book and a Scroll Artist: Veronese School, Workshop of Stefano da Verona (Stefano di Giovanni d'Arbosio di Francia) (Italian, Paris or Pavia ca.
/75–after Verona) Date: first half 15th century Medium: Pen and brown ink. Dimensions: 11 9/16 x 6 15/16 in. ( x cm) Classification: Drawings Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, The Drawings of Stefano Da Verona and His Circle and the Origins of Collecting in Italy: A Catalogue Raisonne (Memoirs of the American Philosophical.
The drawings of Stefano da Verona and his circle and the origins of collecting in Italy: a catalogue raisonné / by: Karet, Evelyn, Published: () The lost Carracci /. Donor Note: On deposit from the Order of Saint Augustine as part of the Augustinian Historical Institute.
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