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The Conversion of St Paul: P.6154-R

Object information

Current Location: In storage

Titles

The Conversion of St Paul

Maker(s)

Printmaker: Vico, Enea
Draughtsman: Salviati, Francesco (Francesco de' Rossi) (After)
Draughtsman: Floris, Frans I (Formerly attributed)

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Categories

Legal notes

Bequeathed by the Rev. R. E. Kerrich 1872 (received 1873)

Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Bequeathed (1873) by Kerrich, Richard Edward

Dating

16th Century
Production date: circa AD 1545

Note

Engraving printed from two plates. State before the address of Guarinoni. Sheets damaged (torn) at all corners, and at other points on the edges. An unknown hand has drawn in the missing sections with brown ink, the largest section is in the left-hand corner of the left sheet. There is also some ink additions to the sword on the back of the standing figure in the foreground of the left sheet.

School or Style

Italian

Components of the work

Left Sheet Height 540 mm Width 466 mm
Right Sheet Height 540 mm Width 470 mm

Techniques used in production

Engraving

Identification numbers

Accession number: P.6154-R
Primary reference Number: 127966
New Hollstein (Dutch/Flemish): R5 I/IV
Bartsch: 13
Illustrated Bartsch: 13 (286)
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Audit data

Created: Saturday 6 August 2011 Updated: Monday 30 June 2014 Last processed: Friday 8 December 2023

Associated departments & institutions

Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Paintings, Drawings and Prints

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