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MARC Record view

001 $ 05/735
003 $ UK-LoRAA
041 0 # $a lat
044 # # $a it
245 0 0 $a Præcedunt Tubicines Lætos, Ac Triomphales Modos Canentes, Signa, Ac Pictæ Tabulæ Bellorum, Expugnationum, Captarum Urbium.
260 # # $a Romæ $b ex Officina Dominici de Rubeis Heredis Io. Iacobi de Rubeis ad Temp. S.Mæ. de Pace cum Priv. S. Pont. e Super. perm. $c [n.d.]
300 # # $a 9 dble. pl.; $c 476 mm.
508 # # $a Each plate gives the name of the source-artist, 'Andreas Mantinea pinxit Mantuæ'; and is signed as engraved by R.V.A. Gandensis. Each plate carries the publisher's imprint of Domenico de Rossi, apart from pl. 2, 6, 8.
520 2 # $a There is no title-plate; our title is supplied by the caption of plate 1. All plates are captioned in Latin. The plates show the nine canvases by Mantegna of the triumph of Julius Caesar after his campaigns in Gaul; which were painted some time between 1486 and 1505 probably for one of the Gonzaga family of Mantua. The paintings were bought from the Gonzaga by King Charles I in 1629, and by 1631 were in Britain. Today they may be seen in the royal collection at Hampton Court.
563 # # $a 18th-century half morocco, cream paper-covered boards; red morocco spine-label lettered 'Mantegna'.
600 1 4 $a mantegna
600 1 4 $a Julius Caesar
653 # # $a Triumphs - Processions - Ceremonies - Pageants - Italy - Rome - 1st century B.C.
653 # # $a Paintings, Italian - Italy - Lombardy - Mantua - History - 15th century - 16th century - Renaissance
655 # 0 $a Pictorial works - Italy -
700 1 # $a Rossi $e publisher
700 1 # $a Mantegna $e source artist