Antique Engraving of Roman Architectural study with Mythological Figures, Cherubs
A stunning engraving architectural study of a classical Roman mythological depiction frieze after Joachim von Sandrart, German, 1606-1688. The engraving features a mythological depiction, with classical dressed figures, horses, mythological beasts and a cherub which has been framed in a new modern yet exquisite black wood frame and protected with glass. The scene could be a representation of the abduction of Helen of Sparta / Troy. Take a look at the additional listings of engravings from this collection that we are offering for sale as well!
Sandrart was a German engraver who traveled to Rome to work for Vincenzo Giustiniani. Sandrart employed several Dutch & French artists to complete Galleria including Theodor Matham, Michael Natalis, Renier Persin, Cornelis Bloemaert, Claude Mellan, and Francois Perrier.
Come to see this stunning piece in person at our historic showroom located at 137 Stockton St., Hightstown, NJ 08520!
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Dimensions with Frame: 15 1/4 inches high, 24 1/2 inches wide / long and 3/4 inches deep. Engraving measures 9 7/8 inches high by 17 1/2 inches wide.
Condition: Wear consistent with age and use. Foxing and oxidation to paper. Crease where engraving was once folded in a book. See pictures as they are a part of the condition report!
Shipping: Complimentary shipping via FedEx Ground in the contiguous Continental USA!
SKU: D18-2094 / Engraving Plate 106