- Also known as
primary name: Bartolozzi, Francesco
other name: Bartolozzi & Co.
- individual; printmaker; publisher/printer; British; Italian; Male
- Life dates
- At Mr Burgess's, Warwick Street (1766-7)
At Mr Forsyth's Broad Street, Carnaby Market (1768-74)
1 Bentinck Street, Berwick Street, Soho (1776-80)
North End, Fulham (1780-1801)
81 Great Titchfield Street (Bartolozzi & Co. in 1789)
- Engraver and etcher. Born Florence, where worked for Hugford and struck up friendship with Cipriani. 1748 to Venice, working for Wagner; established his own workshop in 1754; 1756-7 in Rome briefly before returning to Venice. 1764 to London; founder member of RA in 1768; purchased large house in Waltham Green, North End, Fulham in 1780 where he set up an engraving factory of pupils and employees; 1802 to Lisbon in financial distress, as Director of the school of engraving, where died.
- A. de Vesme & A.Calabi, 'Francesco Bartolozzi', Milan 1928 (catalogue of 2202 prints)
David Alexander, 'Bartolozzi's studio in London 1763-1802', PQ 2018, pp.6-26