Genoa: Drawings and Prints, 1530-1800
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1996 - Art - 96 pages
This publication is a study of technically masterful, even boldly experimental, graphic art that illustrates Genoa's growth by the seventeenth century into an important regional art school. -- Metropolitan Museum of Art website.
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altarpiece angel animals aquatint Baroque Bartsch Bean and Griswold Bernardo Castello Bernardo Strozzi Biscaino’s black chalk brown ink brown wash brush and brown brush and gray Brush with brown catalogue number ceiling chiaroscuro Christ composition decoration depicts Domenico Piola Drawings and Prints Elisha Whittelsey Collection Elisha Whittelsey Fund ﬁgural ﬁgures ﬁnished ﬁrst Florence foreground Francesco fresco Gaulli Genoa Genoese Genoese artists Giacomo Durazzo Giovanni Battista Giovanni Battista Castello Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione Giulio Benso gray wash Gregorio de Ferrari heightened with white Imperiale inﬂuence Janos Scholz Collection late Lorenzo Luca Cambiaso Mary Newcome Schleier Metropolitan Museum ofArt monotype Morgan Library sheet Museum of Art Noah Paggi painter Pen and brown Percy Pierpont Morgan Library Poussin printmaking red chalk reﬂects Rogers Fund Rome scene Sinibaldo Scorza Soprani-Ratti Strozzi style Suida Manning Collection Tavarone technique theme traces of black Valerio Castello verso Virgin and Child York