Les Singuliers et Nouveaux Portraicts... page 28 (recto)

Various artists/makers

Not on view

Designed by Federic de Vinciolo, published by Jean Le Clerc, Paris, bound by Chambolle-Duru, French, 19th century.
From top to bottom, and left to right:
Design is decorated with a triangular frieze that is ornamented in the center with a winged nude female figure, which is framed within a rectangle; flanking this central element are 2 reclining spotted figures. This frieze sits upon a base formed by 2 squares that are each ornamented with a diverse 4-petaled floral motif.

Les Singuliers et Nouveaux Portraicts... page 28 (recto), Federico de Vinciolo (Italian, active Paris, ca. 1587–99), Woodcut

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