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Christ in the Clouds, Giving the Sign of Benediction: P.1642-1991

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Christ in the Clouds, Giving the Sign of Benediction


Printmaker: Schiaminossi, Raffaello
Printmaker: Barocci, Federico (After)
Publisher: Rossi, Giovanni Giacomo de'




History note: A Chariatte (early 20th century) (Lugt 88a)

Legal notes

Bequeathed by Henry Scipio Reitlinger, 1950, transferred from the Reitlinger Trust, 1991

Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Bequeathed (1991) by Reitlinger, Henry Scipio


Circa 1613 - 1690


Circular print.

School or Style


Materials used in production

Black carbon ink

Components of the work

Support composed of laid paper
Plate Height 159 mm Width 158 mm
Sheet Height 159 mm Width 158 mm

Techniques used in production


Inscription or legends present

  • Text: Gio Iacomo Ro├či formis Roma alla Pace
  • Location: Image lower right
  • Method of creation: Printed
  • Type: Inscription
  • Text: Baroccio Frederigo
  • Location: Verso
  • Method of creation: Graphite
  • Type: Inscription

Inscription present: initials in a rectangle

  • Text: AC
  • Location: Verso
  • Method of creation: Stamped red ink
  • Type: Collector's mark

Identification numbers

Accession number: P.1642-1991
Primary reference Number: 83053
Bartsch: 33
Illustrated Bartsch: 33
Lugt: 88a
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Audit data

Created: Saturday 6 August 2011 Updated: Monday 3 August 2020 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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