|Giuseppe Maria Mitelli
The Shadow of Creusa Appears to Aeneas, plate 7 of L'Enea Vagante Pitture dei Caracci (Wanderings of Aeneas Painted by the Carracci), from of a set of twenty prints after the paintings by Ludovico, Annibale, and Agostino Carracci in the Palazzo Fava, Bologna
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Creator Name: Mitelli, Giuseppe Maria
Creator Nationality: European; Southern European; Italian
Creator Role: engraver
Creator Dates/Places: 1634 - 1718
Creator Name-CRT: Giuseppe Maria Mitelli
Title: The Shadow of Creusa Appears to Aeneas, plate 7 of L'Enea Vagante Pitture dei Caracci (Wanderings of Aeneas Painted by the Carracci), from of a set of twenty prints after the paintings by Ludovico, Annibale, and Agostino Carracci in the Palazzo Fava, Bologna
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Creation Start Date: 1663
Creation End Date: 1663
Creation Date: 1663
Creation Place: Italy
Object Type: Prints
Classification Term: Military
Classification Term: Myth
Materials and Techniques: engraving
Dimensions: 25 x 43 cm (image); 44 x 58 cm (sheet)
AMICA Contributor: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Owner Location: San Francisco, California, USA
ID Number: 19126.96.36.199
Credit Line: Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Sopher Collection
Copyright: Personal and educational non-commercial uses are permitted and encouraged.
AMICA ID: FASF.60281
AMICA Library Year: 1999
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