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Francesco Bartolozzi RA -The Departure of Mary Queen of Scots to France, when a Child

Bartolozzi Mary Queen of Scots

The Departure of Mary Queen of Scots to France, when a Child, sepia stipple print by F. Bartolozzi after R. W. Westall RA,
London, Publish'd Jan 1st 1802 by Anthy Molteno, Printfeller to her Royal Highness the Duchess of York. No. 29 Pall Mall.

Condition: Good bold imprint, generous margins, possible proof print before title ws added, two repaired splits to to and bottom margins, image unaffected, could be hidden by mount.

Title: The Departure of Mary Queen of Scots to France, when a Child
Medium: Stipple print Image Size: 330 x 440mm, 13 x 17.25 "
Order No. 7360 Price: £175.00 Paper Size: 417 x 552mm, 16.5 x 21.75 "
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Francesco Bartolozzi RA 1727 - 1815
Famous Italian draughtsman, etcher, line and stipple engraver of portraits , decorative and historical subjects after his own designs and those of his contemporaries and old master painters. Born in Florence on the 25th September 1727, he originally intended to follow his father's profession as a gold and silversmith. He came under the tutelage of two Florentine artists, Ignazio Hugford and Giovanni Domenico Ferretti who instructed him in painting. After three years he became a pupil of Joseph Wagner in Venice, he started his career reproducing works by Italian painters and his best plates of this period are his etchings of the 'Months of the Year' after G. Zocchi.

In 1764, he came to to England where, after reproducing Guercino's drawings in the Royal Collection, he took up stipple engraving, the medium for which he is best known. He setup a studio which turned out vast quantities of 'furniture prints', invariably roundels or ovals. He is particularly remembered for his renderings of allegorical or mythological subjects after his fellow Italian painters especially G. B. Cipriani and Angelica Kauffman which often found printed in red, sepia or other colours.

Latterly, (1802) Bartolozzi became director of the National Academy of Lisbon, the city where he died on the 7th of March 1815.

Francesco Bartolozzi

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