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Agostino Veneziano - Blinding of Elymas

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Blinding of Elmyas - A.V. 1516
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The Blinding of Elymas; St Paul standing at right with his left arm extended towards Elymas at left walking with his eyes closed and with his arms extended out in front of him; Proconsul Sergius seated on a throne in centre. 1516 Engraving

Inscribed on plate 'L. SERCIUS. PAULIUS. ASIAE. PROCOS. CHRISTIANAM. FIDE. AMPLECTITUR. SAVLI. PREDICATIONE.' Signed and dated on plate with the monogram 'A.V.' above which is inscribed '1516'

A print by Agostino Veneziano after Raphaels Cartoon, now in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Reference: Bartsch XIV.48.43

Good impression with full plate border and margins.
Pasted on support sheet to cover small tear upper right




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SKU 1199
Picture Size 26 x 36 cm
Specification Print
technic Engraving
Artist Agostino Veneziano
period 16th Century
School Italian
subject Religious
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Agostino Veneziano ( fl.1509-1536)

Engraver from Venice working in manner of Marcantonio Raimondi . Early work in Venice from 1509, later working in Rome from c.1515. After sack of Rome, again in Venice in 1528, when collaborating with Serlio. The family name 'dei Musi' is revealed by Serlio's petition for a privilege in 1528; it is also found on the inscription on Bartsch 424. The latest date on his work is 1536

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