Engraving - Signed - 1582
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Springtime - Engraved by Raphael Sadeler|
|Artist:||Jacopo Bassano (1510 - 1592)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Picture size (in cm):||19,50 x 27,90 cm|
Good impression with no folds, tears or stains on watermarked paper trimmed on plate border with omission of the textline.
The Four Seasons
Spring; landscape with two women milking goats in the right foreground, a man carrying a tub beyond, a seated woman and a young man carrying a hare and holding two dogs on leash in front of a house at left, a horseman on a road and scattered trees in the background; after Jacopo Bassano. c.1580-1582
After: Jacopo Bassano
Print made by: Raphael Sadeler I
Inventor: Jacopo Bassano (1510 - 1592) - Italian School
Jacopo Bassano initially studied under his father in the town of Bassano. He later studied in Venice where he was taught by various unknown teachers and copied the works of Titian. Bassano also executed many engravers in the style of Durer, Raphael, and Parmigianino. Bassano excelled in realist scenes of farm life and nature. He also used religious and philosophical subjects when painting genre scenes and landscapes. Bassano began a workshop, which his four sons continued after his death.
Engraver: Raphael Sadeler I ( 1560/61 - 1628/32)
Engraver and publisher; brother of Jan I and Aegidius I. Collaborated with Jan I throughout his life. Active in Munich from 1588. Settled in Venice 1596; moved back to Munich after Jan's death in 1600, but retained interest in the Venice branch of the family operation.
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|Member since:||March 29, 2014|
Beautiful print, very good package. Very good seller! Thanks!
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