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Papirius Pratextatus Entreated by his Mother to Disclose the Secrets of the Deliberations of the Roman Senate

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Thomas Burke, Papirius Pratextatus Entreated by his Mother to Disclose the Secrets of the Deliberations of the Roman Senate, 1780, color stipple engraving with roulette on paper, Gift of Margaret G. Forsythe, public domain, 2004.44

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Title

Papirius Pratextatus Entreated by his Mother to Disclose the Secrets of the Deliberations of the Roman Senate

Artist

Thomas Burke (Irish, 1749-1815)

Related People

after: Angelica Kauffman (Swiss, 1741-1807)

Date

1780

Medium

color stipple engraving with roulette on paper

Dimensions (H x W x D)

plate: 12 1/2 in x 14 1/2 in; sheet: 13 in x 15 in

Inscriptions & Markings

inscription: 1/8(indecipherable mark)/1-M (indecipherable word), pencil, verso, upper left

inscription: Posthumis of Rome, pencil, inscribed in the plate below the image lower right

inscription: Thomas Burke delt et fecit, pencil, inscribed in the plate below the image, lower right

inscription: Angelica Kauffman ex acad Regali art m Londini Pinx, inscribed in the plate below the image, lower left

Collection Area

Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Object Type

intaglio print

Culture

Irish

Credit Line

Gift of Margaret G. Forsythe

Accession Number

2004.44

Copyright

public domain

Terms

engraving

intaglio printing

intaglio prints

paper

roulettes

stippling

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