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A beautiful line : Italian prints from Mantegna to Piranesi /

by Zagala, Maria [author]; Art Gallery of South Australia [host institution].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 143 pages : facsimiles ; 31 cm.ISBN: 9781921668012 (pbk.).Other title: Italian prints from Mantegna to Piranesi.Subject(s): Art Gallery of South Australia -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs | Art Gallery of South Australia -- Catalogs | Art Gallery of South Australia -- Exhibitions | Prints, Italian -- Australia -- Adelaide (S.A.) -- Exhibitions | Engraving, Italian -- Australia -- Adelaide (S.A.) -- Exhibitions | Etching, Italian -- Australia -- Adelaide (S.A.) -- Exhibitions | Prints, Italian -- South Australia -- Adelaide -- Exhibitions | Engraving, Italian -- South Australia -- Adelaide -- Exhibitions | Etching, Italian -- South Australia -- Adelaide -- Exhibitions | Prints, Italian -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs | Prints, Italian -- Exhibitions | Exhibition catalogues
Partial contents:
Early Italian engravers: fifteenth to seventeenth century -- Andrea Mantegna -- Marcantonio Raimondi -- Giovanni Antonio da Brescia -- Ugo da Carpi -- atttibuted to Giovanni Britto - Niccolò Boldrini -- Giulio Bonasone -- Cornelis Cort -- Agostino Carracci -- Annibale Carracci Early Italian etchers: fifteenth to seventeenth centuries -- Andrea Schiavone -- Paolo Farinati -- Annibale Carracci -- Antonio Tempesta -- Jacques Callot -- Jusepe Ribera -- Stefano della Bella -- Pietro Testa -- Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione -- Giovanni Andrea Podestà -- Salvator Rosa -- Giuseppe Maria Mitelli Eighteenth-century Italian prints: capricci and vedute -- Antonio Canal called Canaletto -- Giambattista Tiepolo -- Giovanni Battista Piranesi -- Giandomenico Tiepolo.
Summary: This book explores Italian printmaking from the Renaissance to Baroque from the collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia. The book covers the mid-fifteenth century to the end of the eighteenth century, highlighting some of the major printmakers of the period. List(s) this item appears in: Art History & Theory 2.1
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Exhibition held at the Art Gallery of South Australia from 20 August-31 October 2010.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 139-142) and index.

Early Italian engravers: fifteenth to seventeenth century -- Andrea Mantegna -- Marcantonio Raimondi -- Giovanni Antonio da Brescia -- Ugo da Carpi -- atttibuted to Giovanni Britto - Niccolò Boldrini -- Giulio Bonasone -- Cornelis Cort -- Agostino Carracci -- Annibale Carracci Early Italian etchers: fifteenth to seventeenth centuries -- Andrea Schiavone -- Paolo Farinati -- Annibale Carracci -- Antonio Tempesta -- Jacques Callot -- Jusepe Ribera -- Stefano della Bella -- Pietro Testa -- Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione -- Giovanni Andrea Podestà -- Salvator Rosa -- Giuseppe Maria Mitelli Eighteenth-century Italian prints: capricci and vedute -- Antonio Canal called Canaletto -- Giambattista Tiepolo -- Giovanni Battista Piranesi -- Giandomenico Tiepolo.

This book explores Italian printmaking from the Renaissance to Baroque from the collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia. The book covers the mid-fifteenth century to the end of the eighteenth century, highlighting some of the major printmakers of the period.

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