F. Bartolozzi after A. Kauffman eglomise mount engraving print 1800's
'Cupid Disarmed by Euphrosine’
Framed eglomise mount
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‘Cupid Disarmed by Euphrosine’
engraving in Eglomise Mount
Angelica Kauffmann;1741-1807. Swiss neoclassical painter and graphic artist. She went to England and became protégée of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Kauffman was one of the original members of the Royal Academy. She often decorated houses designed by the Adam brothers. After her marriage in 1781 to the Venetian painter Antonio Zucchi, she lived in Italy.
Francesco Bartolozzi, Italian; 1727-1801. engraver, etcher, and painter, his father was a goldsmith who taught the use of the burin to his boy. In the Florentine Academy he learnt to work in oil, chalks, and aquarelle.
A fine sepia print which is bright with original colouring and ink lines, the image measuring approximately 25 cms. x 20 cms. (10 x 8 ins.) within a frame measuring 36 cms. x 31 cms. (14 x 12 ins.)
Framed and mounted within its original gilded Hogarth frame with original pine backboards,and Verre églomisé back painted and gilded glass. The condition of the image and sheet is good, but not inspected out of the frame.