Wilton album, folio 35a: Apollo and Cupid; the god holding a lyre and Cupid reclining at his feet

Paolo Farinati Italian

Not on view

On folio 35 with two other prints: 27.78.1(138 and 139)
For more information on the Wilton album see entry for 27.78.1(1-428)
The second state of the print, retouched with the burin, most notably on the tree trunk and in the lyre, to which strings have been added. The print is based on a drawing in opposite orientation by Paolo Farinati now at the Louvre (Inv. 4865 recto; 221 x 134 mm). The preparatory drawing also bears Farinati's initials 'P. F.' in reverse, a detail not present in any known impression of the print

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