Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Plate 6: The Doge in the Bucintoro Leaving San Nicolò di Lido, from 'Ducal Ceremonies and Festivals' (Le Feste Ducali)

Series/Portfolio:
'Ducal Ceremonies and Festivals' (Le Feste Ducali)
Artist:
Giovanni Battista Brustolon (Italian, Venice 1712–1796 Venice)
Artist:
After Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal) (Italian, Venice 1697–1768 Venice)
Publisher:
Lodovico Furlanetto (Italian, active Venice, 1766–1777)
Date:
ca. 1766
Medium:
Etching and engraving; second state of four
Dimensions:
Plate: 17 5/8 × 22 9/16 in. (44.7 × 57.3 cm)
Sheet: 21 1/4 × 26 15/16 in. (53.9 × 68.4 cm)
Classification:
Prints
Credit Line:
The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1961
Accession Number:
61.532.6
Not on view
Inscription: Inscribed below image lower left: "Antonius Canal pinxit."; lower right: "Jo. Bap. Brustolon inc."; in margin bottom center: "Sacris in D. Nicolai Templo rite peractis, apertoque sibi solemni ritu mari, Sereniß. Princeps in aureâ navi ad Urbem redit. / Apud Ludovicum Furlanetto supra Pontem vulgo dicttum dei Baretteri Cum Privilegio Excellentißimi Senatus."; lower right: "N. 6."
Vendor: H. P. Kraus
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Venetian Prints and Books in the Age of Tiepolo," January 23, 1997–April 22, 1997.

Constable-Links, 673.635.ii; Martineau / Robison 1994-95, no. 150; Le Blanc I.535.9
Charles Le Blanc Manuel de l'amateur d'estampes: contenant le dictionnaire des graveurs de toutes les nations. 4 vols., Paris, 1854-1888, cat. no. 9, p. 535.

W. G. Constable Canaletto. Giovanni Antonio Canal 1697-1768 Revised by J.G. Links. second. Oxford, 1989, cat. no. 635.ii, p. 673, ill.

The Glory of Venice. Art in the Eighteenth Century. Exh. cat., Washington, National Gallery of Art; London, Royal Academy. edited by Jane Martineau, Edited by Andrew Robison, London, 1994, cat. no. 150.



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