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Creator:
Dorigny, Nicolas, 1658-1746, engraver.
Title(s):

Recueil de XC têtes tirées des sept cartons des actes des apôtres peints par Raphl. Urbin : qui se conservent dans le palais d'Hampton-Court, desinées par le chevr. Nic. Dorigny, et gravés par les meilleurs graveurs, mis en lumiere a Londres l'an 1722.

Additional Title(s):

Recueil de quatre-vingt dix têtes tirées des sept cartons des actes des apôtres peints par Raphl. Urbin

Published/Created:
[London] : Marie Maugis, [1722]
Physical Description:
[1], 45 leaves : engravings ; 32 x 48 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Folio A 2014 58
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Copyright Status:
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Classification:
Prints
Notes:
Engravings by D. Beauvais, Louis Desplaces, Gaspard Duchange, Charles Dupuis, Nicolas Gabriel Dupuis, François Bernard Lépicié, Nicolas Pigné, Nicolas Henri Tardieu, and S. Thomassin, after the original drawings by Nicolas Dorigny.
Engraved throughout, including title leaf. The 45 numbered plates each depict a pair of heads.
" ... et dedié a son Altesse Royale Madame La Princesse de Galles, par sa tres humble tres obeisste. et tres respectueuse servte. Marie Maugis."--Remainder of title page.
One of the earliest series of engravings after Raphael's famous Cartoons, preceded only by the series of seven plates issued by Simon Gribelins in 1707. Re-issued by John Boydell, with additional content, as: The school of Raphael, or, The student's guide to expression in historical painting.
"By the end of the seventeenth century, the cartoons, now reassembled, had begun to be appreciated as works of art in their own right. William III set aside space for them in Hampton Court Palace, where they were displayed in frames in a gallery specially designed for them by Sir Christopher Wren. During the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, the cartoons came to be regarded as some of the most important works of art in existence."--The Raphael Cartoons, website of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Hsieh, C.-C. "Publishing the Raphael Cartoons and the rise of art-historical consciousness in England, 1707-1764." In The Historical Journal, 52, p. 899-920, p. 915-916
Subject Terms:
Anatomy, Artistic -- Early works to 1800.
Engraving, French -- 18th century.
Head in art -- Early works to 1800.
Raphael, 1483-1520. Sistine Chapel cartoons -- Early works to 1800.
Form/Genre:
Engravings -- 1722.
Contributors:
Raphael, 1483-1520, artist.
Beauvais, Nicolas-Dauphin, engraver.
Desplaces, Louis, 1682-1739, engraver.
Duchange, Gaspard, 1662-1757, engraver.
Dupuis, Charles, 1685-1742, engraver.
Dupuis, Nicolas Gabriel, 1698-1771, engraver.
Lépicié, François Bernard, 1698-1755, engraver.
Pigné, Nicolas, engraver.
Tardieu, Nicolas Henri, 1674-1749, engraver.
Thomassin, S. (Simon), 1652?-1732, engraver.
Maugis, Marie, publisher.
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