Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Julius Ceasar in his Horse-drawn Chariot, from The Triumph of Julius Caesar, plate 9

Series/Portfolio:
The Triumph of Julius Caesar
Artist:
Andrea Andreani (Mantua, 1558/1559–1629)
Artist:
Intermediary draughtsman Bernardo Malpizzi (Italian, 1555–1623)
Artist:
After Andrea Mantegna (Italian, Isola di Carturo 1430/31–1506 Mantua)
Date:
1598–99
Medium:
Chiaroscuro woodcut from four blocks in grey-green ink
Dimensions:
Sheet: 15 7/8 × 15 1/2 in. (40.3 × 39.3 cm) Image: 14 9/16 × 14 3/4 in. (37 × 37.5 cm)
Classification:
Prints
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1922
Accession Number:
22.73.3-97
Not on view
Inscription: At center in medallion: VENI / VIDI / VICI
At center on plaque: SPQR / DIVO / IVLIO CÆS / CLEMENTISSI /PRINCIPI.O.M. / TRIONFATOR
At lower left: 9

Marking: On verso at bottom center: The Metropolitan Museum of Art stamp
Vendor: E. Parsons & Sons (London)
Bartsch XII.101.11(9)
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