Italian Masters from the 16th and 17th Century

 Marc-Antonio Raimondi (after)         

Marcantonio Raimondi, (1480 - 1534)
Italian engraver. His technique of engraving became dominant in Italy and elsewhere. His first dated engraving comes from 1505. He was strongly affected by Dürer who was in Bologna in 1506, as was Michelangelo. About this time he began to make copies of Dürer's woodcut series. Dürer made a complaint to the Venetian Government, which won him some legal protection for his monogram, but not his compositions. Marcantonio and his pupils made also engravings based upon Raphael's work.


 some works after Marc Antonio Raimondi

These are original engravings by contemporain artists from the 16th century
They are available at interesting prices and are a nice addition to any collection of early Italian engraving.


These original engravings are available for purchase.
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Contact me for a price list if interested.

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