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Francesco Bartolozzi RA, Head of a clean-shaven man almost full face

Head of a clean-shaven man almost full face, 1 March 1796

Francesco Bartolozzi RA (1727 - 1815)

RA Collection: Art

Head of a clean-shaven man almost full face
Engraved by
Original attributed to
Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519)
Published by
John Chamberlaine (ca. 1745 - 1812)
John Chamberlaine, Imitations of original designs by Leonardo da Vinci ... in His Majesty's collection, London 1796, pl.[V]
1 March 1796
Object type
Place of Publication
Crayon manner engraving with etching

299 mm x 197 mm

Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
This image is from a book

Imitations Of Original Designs By Leonardo Da Vinci: Consisting Of Various Drawings Of Single Figures, Heads, Compositions, Horses, And Other Animals; Optics, Perspective, Gunnery, Hydraulics, Mechanics; And In Particular Of Very Accurate Delineations, With A Most Spirited Pen, Of A Variety Of Anatomical Subjects: In His Majesty's Collection. Published By John Chamberlaine, Keeper Of The King's Drawings And Medals, And F.S.A. - London:: 1796. [-1806]

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