Illustratie voor de Decamerone van Boccaccio Illustration for the Decameron of Boccaccio, history XX. The old Richard Quinzica sees his young wife Bartholomea on lap Pagamino from Monega zitten. Manufacturer : printmaker: Romeyn de Hooghe To own design: Romeyn de Hooghe (attributed to) Place manufacture: Netherlands Date: 1697 Physical features: etching material: paper Technique: etching Dimensions : plate edge: h 77 mm × 78 b mmToelichtingIllustratie for: Contes et nouvelles the Bocace Florentin. Traduction libre, 2 parts, Amsterdam, George Gallet, 1697. Subsequent editions of the same illust

Illustratie voor de Decamerone van Boccaccio Illustration for the Decameron of Boccaccio, history XX. The old Richard Quinzica sees his young wife Bartholomea on lap Pagamino from Monega zitten. Manufacturer : printmaker: Romeyn de Hooghe To own design: Romeyn de Hooghe (attributed to) Place manufacture: Netherlands Date: 1697 Physical features: etching material: paper Technique: etching Dimensions : plate edge: h 77 mm × 78 b mmToelichtingIllustratie for: Contes et nouvelles the Bocace Florentin. Traduction libre, 2 parts, Amsterdam, George Gallet, 1697. Subsequent editions of the same illust Stock Photo
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Illustratie voor de Decamerone van Boccaccio Illustration for the Decameron of Boccaccio, history XX. The old Richard Quinzica sees his young wife Bartholomea on lap Pagamino from Monega zitten. Manufacturer : printmaker: Romeyn de Hooghe To own design: Romeyn de Hooghe (attributed to) Place manufacture: Netherlands Date: 1697 Physical features: etching material: paper Technique: etching Dimensions : plate edge: h 77 mm × 78 b mmToelichtingIllustratie for: Contes et nouvelles the Bocace Florentin. Traduction libre, 2 parts, Amsterdam, George Gallet, 1697. Subsequent editions of the same illustrations from 1699, 1702, 1732. Subject (scenes from) specific works of literature: Boccaccio, Decamerone

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