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The Agony in the Garden

  • Object:

    Working drawing for a woodcut

  • Place of origin:

    Venice (made)

  • Date:

    c.1740 (made)
    1745 (published)

  • Artist/Maker:

    John Baptist Jackson (artist)
    Bassano il Vecchio, Jacopo (artist)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    pen and bistre wash

  • Museum number:

    E.2508-1938

  • Gallery location:

    Prints & Drawings Study Room, level H, case PD, shelf 137, box A

Physical description

Working drawing for a chiaroscuro woodcut

Place of Origin

Venice (made)

Date

c.1740 (made)
1745 (published)

Artist/maker

John Baptist Jackson (artist)
Bassano il Vecchio, Jacopo (artist)

Materials and Techniques

pen and bistre wash

Dimensions

Height: 22.0625 in, Width: 15.0625 in

Descriptive line

John Baptist Jackson after Jacopo da Ponte (Jacopo Bassano il Vecchio). The Agony in the Garden. Working drawing for a chiaroscuro woodcut published by G. B. Pasquali in "Titiani Vecelii, Pauli Caliarii, Jacobi Robusti et Jacobi de Ponte, opera selectiora . . . . .," Venice, 1745. Dated 1739.

Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no)

Victoria and Albert Museum, Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design and Department of Paintings, Accessions 1938, London: Board of Education, 1939.
G. B. Pasquali. Titiani Vecelii, Pauli Caliarii, Jacobi Robusti et Jacobi de Ponte, opera selectiora . . . . ., Venice, 1745.

Materials

Bistre; Pen

Techniques

Wash technique; Drawing

Categories

Drawings; Illustration; Biblical Imagery; Christianity; Printmaking techniques

Collection

Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection

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