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Five naked children dancing; in the centre, three standing and holding hands of each other; on the right, two playing the drum and the fife; after Guercino. 1766
- Height: 239 millimetres
- Width: 337 millimetres
Inscription ContentLettered below image with artists' names: "Guercino inv.", "F. Bartolozzi scup in Londra 1766".
One of a number of prints engraved after drawings by Guercino and other masters in the Royal Collection, chiefly by Bartolozzi. They were re-published in folio by Boydell in the 1790s. This appeared in Boydells' 'Seventy-three prints ... from the original drawings ... in the Collection of His Majesty'. See 2006,U.1067
British XVIIIc Unmounted Roy
- Associated Title: Seventy-three prints, engraved by Bartolozzi, &c. from the original drawings of Michael Angelo, Domenichino, &c.
Prints & Drawings
Five naked children dancing; in the centre, three standing and holding hands of each other; on the right, two playing the drum and the fife; after Guercino; illustration to 'Seventy-three prints, engraved by Bartolozzi, &c. from the original drawings of Michael Angelo, Domenichino, &c.' 1766 Etching
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