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MARC Record view

001 $ 07/4738
003 $ UK-LoRAA
005 $ 20190723115908.0
041 0 # $a lat
044 # # $a fr
245 0 0 $a Salvatoris Beatæ Mariæ Virginis Sanctorum Apostolorum Icones A I. Callot Inventæ, sculptæ, et a Iseraele amico suo in lucem editæ.
260 # # $a A Paris $b $c Avec Privilege du Roy, de l'année 1631.
300 # # $a Title-plate, 15 prints on [ ] leaves; $c 200×285 mm.
508 # # $a The six prints showing saints John, Paul, Peter, Simon, Mathias and Philip are signed as made by Callot and printed by Israel. The nine showing Christ, saints Thomas, Andrew, James the greater, Thaddeus, Bartholomew, James the less, Matthew and the Blessed Virgin are signed by Israel only 'Cum Privi(legio) Reg(is)'. J. Lieure states that some early states exist without Israel's 'excudit'; and that in the early 18th century Fagnani added numbers to thirteen of the prints.
510 0 # $a J. Lieure, Jacques Callot, 8 vols. (1924-7; repr. 1969), nos. 1297-1312.
520 2 # $a Following the title-plate there are fifteen etchings, not captioned but showing Christ the Savior, the Blessed Virgin, the twelve Apostles and St Paul. The prints are bound in different order in different copies. The Royal Academy's copy lacks the print showing Christ the Savior, and has the other fourteen images printed in pairs, on seven leaves, as follows: [1] John, Paul; [2] Thomas, Peter; [3] Simon, Andrew; [4] Mathias, James the greater; [5], Thaddeus, Bartholomew; [6] James the less, Matthew; [7] Philip, the Blessed Virgin.
562 # # $a Imperfect: lacks title-plate and one of the fifteen prints (showing Christ the Savior).
563 # # $a 20th-century half calf, marbled-papered boards; red morocco spine-label lettered 'Callot Apostolorum'.
600 1 4 $a Callot
653 # # $a Christian art and symbolism
653 # # $a Saints - Apostles - 1st century
655 # 0 $a Devotional images - Pictorial works - Etchings - France - 17th century
700 1 # $a Callot $e draughtsman $e engraver $e etcher
700 1 # $a Henriet $e intaglio printer $e publisher