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    Lot 293 – Giovanni Giacomo De Rossi (1627 – Rome 1691), Valuable engraving depicting a celebratory allegory for Prince Don Mario Chigi, Rome second half 17th century

    June 20, 2022

Lot 293 – Giovanni Giacomo De Rossi (1627 – Rome 1691), Valuable engraving depicting a celebratory allegory for Prince Don Mario Chigi, Rome second half 17th century

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Lot 293 – Giovanni Giacomo De Rossi (1627 – Rome 1691), Valuable engraving depicting a celebratory allegory for Prince Don Mario Chigi, Rome second half 17th century

Current Auction: N. 17 
AMERICAN DESIGN & EUROPEAN GRAPHICS
( Rome, July 06-07, 2022 - 5:00 P.M. CEST )

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Graphic work on laid paper and watermark. At the bottom there is a large cartouche bearing a long inscription dedicated ‘All’Illustrissimo et Eccellentissimo Signor Prencipe Don Mario Chigi’. At the bottom there is the inscription ‘Umilissimo e Devotissimo Servo Gio. Iacomo Rossi D.D.D.’. On the base of the depiction on the left ‘Cum privil. Sum. Pont.’, flaws present, unframed. Copper engraving, dimensions 7.8×12.7 in.

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