Francesco Bartolozzi Esqr. R.A.

Print
01/04/1817 (published)
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Whole-length portrait, seated at a table, turned to right and looking to left. The sitter is holding a pencil in his left hand and drawing on a sheet of paper. To the left is an easel.


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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Etching and engraving on paper
Brief Description
Whole-length portrait of Francesco Bartolozzi seated at a table and drawing. Etching and engraving by John Romney, after George M. Brighty and Francesco Bartolozzi, 1817.
Physical Description
Whole-length portrait, seated at a table, turned to right and looking to left. The sitter is holding a pencil in his left hand and drawing on a sheet of paper. To the left is an easel.
Dimensions
  • Cut to height: 21cm
  • Cut to width: 13cm
Style
Marks and Inscriptions
  • 'Drawn by Himself G. M. Brighty del. J. Romney sculp. Pubd. April 1 1817 by C. G. Dyer, Compton Strt. Soho. Francesco Bartolozzi Esqr. R.A.' (Lettered)
  • 'F. Bartolozzi' (Facsimile signature)
Production
This print is based on a drawing by G. M. Brighty, after a self portrait by Bartolozzi.
Subjects depicted
Collection
Accession Number
28300:9

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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