PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6

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PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6

PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6
Dealsrus is well known for offering quality artwork at reasonable prices. Our reputation is stellar and we stand behind everything we sell. We also accept payments through Authorize net. Our company name is EastCoastArt. 17th Century Italian artist best known for. Limited edition etching on paper with hand drawn matte border. Emperor Trajan sitting on a camp stool discussing with Lucio Prefetto. Trajan’s Column series. Originally created in 1672, reprinted in. 1704, 1751 and 1825. Date of this printing is unknown but no later than 1825. Image: 7.5″x 14.25″ Frame: 21.75″x 27.75″. Great looking composition by Pietro Santo Bartoli depicting historical scenes that detail events surrounding Roman Emperor Trajan’s Dacian Wars. (101-102, 105-106) were two military campaigns fought between the. The conflicts were triggered by the constant Dacian threat on the. And also by the increasing need for resources of the economy of the Empire. Was immediately a success. Although not accurate in every detail and inevitably incorporating some elements of contemporary artistic style, Bartoli’s Trajan Column appeared to be the most complete and detailed repertoire of the time. In addition, it was an agile research tool: manageable, highly illustrated, and not heavily pedantic. Reprinted in 1704, 1751 and 1825, Bartoli’s. Remained the most valid point of reference for any study of Trajan’s Column until the early nineteenth-century photographic reproductions, which unsurpassed even by the monumental Piranesi’s edition. Trofeo o Sia Magnifica Colonna Coclide. (1774-79) -Royal Academy of Arts. Bartoli was known for his printmaking and Roman antiquity subjects. This is a fine example of his work in great condition for its age. We regularly feature newly acquired artwork, from antique and vintage to contemporary and modern. Select the “See other items” tab on our page. 1635 – 7 November 1700 was an Italian. Bartoli was born at Perugia. He moved to Rome in 1635 as a youth, there he studied painting under Jean Lemaire. But abandoned it to devote himself entirely to engraving and as an antiquarian for Christina, Queen of Sweden. He engraved many Roman. Monuments, publishing in Admiranda Romanorum Antiquitatum (Rome, 1693). About 1660, he excavated the Domus Aurea. Of which he published drawings. As a draughtsman, Bartoli reproduced the Codice Virgiliano Rome, Vatican, Bib. 3867 in 55 plates 1677; Rome, Calcografia N. , commissioned by Cardinal Camillo Massimo. For Massimo, he also did drawings of ancient Roman paintings and mosaics. Later, he lived in Paris, where he was introduced at the court of Louis XIV. In 1699, with the engraver Domenico de’ Rossi. He produced Romanae Magnitudinis Monumenta, a later edition of the 1637 Antiquae Urbis Splendor by Giacomo Lauro. Bartoli adapted 138 of Lauro’s original plates and engraved 16 new ones. He died in Rome. His plates are chiefly etched. 100% Guaranteed to be as described. Ask all questions beforehand. All Sales are Final. A final invoice will be emailed to you from us. All sales are final. We ask for your patience and assure you we are acting as quickly as we can. All lots are accompanied by a name and/or description and lot number for reference. An approximation can be provided beforehand if requested. Thank you for your cooperation in the matter. EastCoastArt (AKA “dealsrus”) warrants the authenticity and authorship of our merchandise. All lots are guaranteed to be as described. Prospective buyers are responsible for asking any and all questions about the merchandise, and to view all photos carefully, before purchasing. Should a dispute arise over the authenticity, it is our policy to have the purchaser obtain at their expense, an opinion (or two, in some cases and at our discretion) of recognized experts in the field, mutually acceptable by both EastCoastArt and the purchaser. We try to depict the merchandise and artwork as accurately as possible with photographs. We do not overly enhance the photos. However, every computer and monitor is different, and how we see the merchandise might differ from what you see. Please bear this in mind when viewing. Contact before purchasing for any questions you have. Unless otherwise specified, frames are considered a throw-in and are not guaranteed in any fashion. Sizes listed in the descriptions are a very close approximation, ie. If the painting is 12.2″ x 14.2″ we would describe such as a 12″ x 14″. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “dealsrus” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Production Technique: Etching
  • Framing: Matted & Framed
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Italy
  • Style: Realism
  • Material: Paper
  • Theme: Architecture, History, People
  • Personalize: No
  • Type: Print
  • Features: Limited Edition
  • Image Orientation: Landscape
  • Subject: Architecture, Ancient Rome, History, Figures, Men, Rome
  • Signed: No
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Image: 7.5\

PIETRO SANTO BARTOLI-Italian-LIM. ED Etching-Roman Emperor Trajan Series-Plate 6