Fishmonger, from Le Arti che vanno per via nella citta di Venezia, plate 32

Gaetano Gherardo Zompini Italian

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This print bound in a book containing a series of etchings depicting daily life in 18th century Venice, as well as popular trades of Venetians. The series was first published in Venice in 1753. The book contains an etched title, index, frontispiece, 60 etched plates, and a poem in English on folded paper that was repaired and inserted at the end of the book. Zompini added twenty plates to this second edition, published in 1785.

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