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"Il Signor Cavr. Tomaso"

Artist:
Arthur Pond (British, London 1701–1758 London)
Artist:
After Pier Leone Ghezzi (Italian, Comunanza near Ascoli Piceno 1674–1755 Rome)
Date:
1741
Medium:
Etching
Dimensions:
plate: 13 1/16 x 8 1/16 in. (33.2 x 20.5 cm)
Classification:
Prints
Credit Line:
Gift of Professor Maan Z. Madina and Dr. Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, 2006
Accession Number:
2006.50.119
Not on view
Signature: In plate: "Cav. Ghezzi del."

Inscription: "Il Signor Cavr. Tomaso" under the image.
Maan Z. Madina; Marilyn Jenkins-Madina; Donor: Maan Z. Madina Donor: Marilyn Jenkins-Madina
Hake 78
Henry M. Hake "Pond's and Knapton's Imitations of Drawings." Print Collector's Quarterly. vol. 9, 1922, cat. no. 78, p. 347.



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