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Recent Acquisitions of Italian Renaissance Prints: Ideas Made Flesh

Marco Dente, The Skeletons, after Baccio Bandinelli, c. 1518, engraving, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, 2012.56.2




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Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio, Fury, after Rosso Fiorentino, c. 1524–1525, engraving, Gift of Ruth Cole Kainen, 2006.162.4

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Antonio da Trento, The Martyrdom of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, after Parmigianino, c. 1530, chiaroscuro woodcut printed from three blocks in ochre and black, Gift of Ruth Cole Kainen, 2006.162.2

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Domenico del Barbiere, Gloria, after Rosso Fiorentino, 1540/1545, engraving, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, 2007.87.1

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Nicolas Beatrizet, The Massacre of the Innocents, after Marco Dente, after Baccio Bandinelli, 1540s (?), engraving, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, and Purchased as the Gift of Robert B. Loper, 2014.57.1

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Giorgio Ghisi, The Calumny of Apelles, after Luca Penni, 1560, engraving, Pepita Milmore Memorial Fund, 2006.39.1

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Nicolò Boldrini, Hercules and the Nemean Lion, partially after Raphael, c. 1566, chiaroscuro woodcut printed from two blocks in tan and black ink, Pepita Milmore Memorial Fund, 2014.1.1

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Cornelis Cort, The Assassination of Saint Peter Martyr, after Titian, 1567, engraving, Purchased as the Gift of Jimmy and Jessica Younger, Houston, 2012.147.1

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Giovanni Battista Fontana, The Vision of Ezekiel, 1579, etching with engraving, Ruth and Jacob Kainen Memorial Acquisition Fund, 2013.99.1

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Annibale Carracci, The Crucifixion, 1581, engraving, Gift of Kate Ganz, 2008.104.1

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