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Jacques-François-Joseph Saly, Vase decorated with festoon hanging from two masks on the body; a figure whose body ends into entwined snake tails sits on the mouth.

Vase decorated with festoon hanging from two masks on the body; a figure whose body ends into entwined snake tails sits on the mouth., 1746

Jacques-François-Joseph Saly (1717 - 1776)

RA Collection: Art

Title
Vase decorated with festoon hanging from two masks on the body; a figure whose body ends into entwined snake tails sits on the mouth.
Drawn by
Engraved by
From
Jacques François Joseph Saly, Vasa A Se Inventa Atq. Studii Causa Delin. Et Incisa [Rome], 1746. Pl. 21.
Date
1746
Object type
Plate
Place of Production
Rome
Place of Publication
Paris
Medium
Etching
Dimensions

185 mm x 122 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
16/1467
Styles
Neoclassical
This image is from a book

Illmo. Viro Dno. I.F. Detroy. Regi. Xmo A Sanct. Consiliis Ordinis. Regii. S. Mich. Equiti. Torquato. Regiae. Artium. De Urbe Academiae. Praefecto Vasa. A. Se. Inventa Atq. Studii Causa. Delin. Et. Incisa D.V.C. Iacobus. Saly. In. Praed. Academia Alumnus S.H. - [1746]

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