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Sinorix carried from the temple of Artemis trying to escape the effects of the poisoning
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1640
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 26.70.3(40)
The dream of St Joseph, who is sleeping at the right, the Virgin and Child by a cross surrounded by angels and many putti and with God the Father above
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1635–37
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 1986.1080.690
The rest on the Flight into Egypt
Andrea Scacciati
(Italian, 1725–1771)
Date:
Medium: Etching and aquatint imitating a chiaroscuro woodcut printed in green
Accession Number: 51.501.4260
The suicide of Dido who reclines on a pyre in centre, surrounded by many figures
Giovanni Cesare Testa
(Italian, ca. 1630–1655)
Date: ca. 1650–55
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4254
The martyrdom of Saint Erasmus who is prostrate having his innards removed
Anonymous, 17th century
Date: c. 1630-1660
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4235
The Holy Family attended by Angels
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1642–44
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 26.70.3(38)
St. Carlo Borromeo surrounded by angels
After Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca.1650-1670
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4258
The adoration of the shepherds who gather at left, angels holding a banderole upper right
Anonymous, 18th century
Date: 1700-1800
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4414
Three Luchese saints Sts Nicholas Tolentino, Nicholas of Bari interceding with the Virgin for the victims of the plague
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1630–31
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4238
The departure of the prodigal son, shown at about to mount his horse, from a series of four prints
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: c. 1645
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4226
The prodigal son seated on a couch being served wine, revelers in the background, a monkey wearing a collar and chain in the lower left, from a series of four prints
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: c. 1645
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 26.70.3(35)
The rest on the flight into Egypt (from A Collection of Etchings and Engravings in Imitation of Drawings from Various Old Masters)
Andrea Scacciati
(Italian, 1725–1771)
Date: ca. 1750-1760
Medium: Etching and aquatint imitating a chiaroscuro woodcut, printed in green
Accession Number: 33.13(12)
Academy of Painting (Il Liceo della Pittura)
Designed by Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: n.d.
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 49.95.2325
An allegory in honor of Innocent X who appears in a cartouche in the upper right, below are many figures representing Rome in the springtime of the golden age
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1644
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 26.70.3(48)
Three Luchese saints interceding with the Virgin for the victims of the plague
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1630–31
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 47.100.730
The suicide of Dido who reclines on a pyre in centre
Giovanni Cesare Testa
(Italian, ca. 1630–1655)
Date: 1650–55
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 26.70.3(53)
Allegory of Fortune
attributed to Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Medium: Pen and brown ink, brown wash, over black chalk, highlighted with white
Accession Number: 80.3.91
An allegory of painting, who as an child in the centre left draws on a tablet, surrounded by figures, many of whom are drawing
After Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date:
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4236
Study for a pendentive depicting Justice and Charity
Giovanni Cesare Testa
(Italian, ca. 1630–1655)
Date: 1637–38
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4256
Allegory of Penance and Death
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Medium: Pen and brown ink, over traces of black chalk
Accession Number: 1973.117
Classical scene of figures gathered around an orator at right (possibly related to healing the lame)
Matthias Oesterreich
(German, 1716–1778)
Date: 1752
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4285
Saint Sebastian being tied to a tree
Girolamo Pedrignani
(Italian, act. 1625–1650)
Date:
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4231
An allegory in honor of the arrival of Cardinal Franciotti as Bishop of Lucca
After Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1680-1700
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4219
Sinorix being carried from the temple after being poisioned
Attributed to Arnold van Westerhout
(Flemish, Antwerp 1651–1725 Rome)
Date: 1650-1700
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4245
The sacrifice of Isaac by his father Abraham
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1640–42
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 51.501.4221
A Seated Female Figure Surrounded by Nude Infants
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Medium: Pen and brown ink, some black ink, brush and gray wash, on brownish paper
Accession Number: 1977.314
Alexander the Great Rescued from the River Cydnus
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1650
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 1987.75
Il Liceo della Pittura
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 1996.507
Sinorix carried from the temple of Artemis trying to escape the effects of the poisoning
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1640
Accession Number: 26.70.3(40)
The rest on the Flight into Egypt
Andrea Scacciati
(Italian, 1725–1771)
Date:
Accession Number: 51.501.4260
The suicide of Dido who reclines on a pyre in centre, surrounded by many figures
Giovanni Cesare Testa
(Italian, ca. 1630–1655)
Date: ca. 1650–55
Accession Number: 51.501.4254
The martyrdom of Saint Erasmus who is prostrate having his innards removed
Anonymous, 17th century
Date: c. 1630-1660
Accession Number: 51.501.4235
The Holy Family attended by Angels
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1642–44
Accession Number: 26.70.3(38)
St. Carlo Borromeo surrounded by angels
After Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca.1650-1670
Accession Number: 51.501.4258
The adoration of the shepherds who gather at left, angels holding a banderole upper right
Anonymous, 18th century
Date: 1700-1800
Accession Number: 51.501.4414
Three Luchese saints Sts Nicholas Tolentino, Nicholas of Bari interceding with the Virgin for the victims of the plague
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1630–31
Accession Number: 51.501.4238
The departure of the prodigal son, shown at about to mount his horse, from a series of four prints
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: c. 1645
Accession Number: 51.501.4226
Academy of Painting (Il Liceo della Pittura)
Designed by Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: n.d.
Accession Number: 49.95.2325
Three Luchese saints interceding with the Virgin for the victims of the plague
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1630–31
Accession Number: 47.100.730
The suicide of Dido who reclines on a pyre in centre
Giovanni Cesare Testa
(Italian, ca. 1630–1655)
Date: 1650–55
Accession Number: 26.70.3(53)
Allegory of Fortune
attributed to Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Accession Number: 80.3.91
An allegory of painting, who as an child in the centre left draws on a tablet, surrounded by figures, many of whom are drawing
After Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date:
Accession Number: 51.501.4236
Study for a pendentive depicting Justice and Charity
Giovanni Cesare Testa
(Italian, ca. 1630–1655)
Date: 1637–38
Accession Number: 51.501.4256
Allegory of Penance and Death
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Accession Number: 1973.117
Classical scene of figures gathered around an orator at right (possibly related to healing the lame)
Matthias Oesterreich
(German, 1716–1778)
Date: 1752
Accession Number: 51.501.4285
Saint Sebastian being tied to a tree
Girolamo Pedrignani
(Italian, act. 1625–1650)
Date:
Accession Number: 51.501.4231
An allegory in honor of the arrival of Cardinal Franciotti as Bishop of Lucca
After Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1680-1700
Accession Number: 51.501.4219
Sinorix being carried from the temple after being poisioned
Attributed to Arnold van Westerhout
(Flemish, Antwerp 1651–1725 Rome)
Date: 1650-1700
Accession Number: 51.501.4245
The sacrifice of Isaac by his father Abraham
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1640–42
Accession Number: 51.501.4221
A Seated Female Figure Surrounded by Nude Infants
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Accession Number: 1977.314
Alexander the Great Rescued from the River Cydnus
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: ca. 1650
Accession Number: 1987.75
Il Liceo della Pittura
Pietro Testa
(Italian, Lucca 1612–1650 Rome)
Date: 1612–50
Accession Number: 1996.507
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