Lucidario di Recami, page 16 (recto)

Designer Iseppo Foresto Italian
Publisher Jeronimo Calepino Italian

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Designed by Iseppo Foresto, published by Jeronimo Calepino, 1564.
From top to bottom, and left to right:
Design composed of 3 vertical columns; each column is printed upon a grid. Left column is decorated in the center with an interlace motif formed by coiling vines at its sides. Middle column is decorated in the center with a flower that is flanked on both sides by a composite creature with a lion head, bird wings, and female human chest that forms part of the stem that coils outward at the sides and terminates with another composite creature. Right column is decorated with 2 curving vines, partially formed by a dragon, which attach to a ram's head in the center.

Lucidario di Recami, page 16 (recto), Iseppo Foresto (Italian, active Venice, 1557), Woodcut

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