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[Funeral of Francesco de' Medici]

Title
[Funeral of Francesco de' Medici] [graphic] / Al[fonso] Parigi in. ; Stef[ano] della Bella fe.
Author
Della Bella, Stefano, 1610-1664.
Publication
[1634]

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Still imageSupervised use *MGZFD Bel S Fun 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance
Still imageSupervised use *MGZFD Bel S Fun 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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Description
1 print : etching, b&w; 30 x 21 cm.
Subjects
Genre/Form
Etchings.
Note
  • Title from the online catalog of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, which holds a copy with the artist's monogram.
  • The online catalog of the British Museum, London, which also holds a copy of this print, notes that the monogram SDB at lower right has been partly hatched out.
Source (note)
  • Lincoln Kirstein.
Biography (note)
  • The Italian artist Stefano della Bella was a prolific producer of drawings and prints. His subject matter included contemporary operas, theatre works, and festivals. Alfonso Parigi belonged to an Italian family of stage designers and architects. Della Bella also made etchings of Parigi's designs for the opera Le nozze degli dei (1637) and an equestrian ballet (1652).
Call Number
*MGZFD Bel S Fun 1
OCLC
771303663
Author
Della Bella, Stefano, 1610-1664.
Title
[Funeral of Francesco de' Medici] [graphic] / Al[fonso] Parigi in. ; Stef[ano] della Bella fe.
Imprint
[1634]
Summary
Representation of the interior of the church of San Lorenzo in Florence, with Francesco de' Medici's tomb at center near the high altar, and funerary decorations, including skeletons, at the sides of the nave. The Medici coat of arms hangs at top.
Biography
The Italian artist Stefano della Bella was a prolific producer of drawings and prints. His subject matter included contemporary operas, theatre works, and festivals. Alfonso Parigi belonged to an Italian family of stage designers and architects. Della Bella also made etchings of Parigi's designs for the opera Le nozze degli dei (1637) and an equestrian ballet (1652).
Local Note
Cataloging funds provided by Friends of Jerome Robbins Dance Division.
This item may be offsite for digitization. For additional information please contact dance@nypl.org.
Source
Gift; Lincoln Kirstein.
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Added Author
Parigi, Alfonso, -1656. Artist
Medici, Francesco de', 1614-1634. Associated name
Kirstein, Lincoln, 1907-1996. Donor
Research Call Number
*MGZFD Bel S Fun 1
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