An absolutely fantastic antique architectural engraving of a church after an engraving from Vincenzo Giustiniani’s “Galleria Giustiniana del Marchese Vincenzo Giustiniani”, circa 1630. Galleria Giustiniani was published under supervision of Joachim von Sandrart.
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.
This fabulous engraving of this church has been framed in a simple yet exquisite black wood frame and protected with glass. Take a look at the additional listings of engravings from this collection that we are offering for sale as well!
Come take a look at this wonderful piece in person at our historic showroom located at 137 Stockton St., Hightstown, NJ 08520!
# of pictures: 30 – Scroll down for all the pictures and close-ups
Dimensions: 28 1/8 inches high, 22 5/8 inches wide / long and 3/4 inches deep. Visible engraving measures 21 7/8 inches high and 16 3/8 inches wide.
Condition: Wear consistent with age and use. Yellowing, foxing, and creasing commensurate with age. See pictures as they are a part of the condition report!
Shipping: Complimentary shipping via FedEx Ground in the Continental USA! All items shipped via FedEx Ground will require customer signature.