Photo Credit: photo: M. Cook
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Marsyas Pulling the Flute of Minerva out of the River2004 (printed 2005)
180 x 116 mm (7.1 x 4.6 in.)
Andrew Raftery, American, b. born 1962
After Parmigianino (aka Francesco Mazzola), Italian, (1503–1540)
- chiaroscuro - The technique of contrasting light and dark within a picture, especially one in which the forms are largely determined, not by sharp outlines, but by the meeting of lighter and darker areas.
- musical instruments - Sound-producing apparatuses whose primary function is to play music.
- image Dimensions: 180 x 116 mm (7.1 x 4.6 in.)
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Andrew Raftery, American, b. born 1962 Parmigianino (aka Francesco Mazzola), Italian, (1503–1540) . Marsyas Pulling the Flute of Minerva out of the River, 2004 (printed 2005). Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in light blue, light grey, medium blue, blue-grey, and dark grey inks from five blocks on off-white antique laid paper. image : 180 x 116 mm (7.1 x 4.6 in.). Sheet : 226 x 129 mm (8.9 x 5.1 in.). DAC accession number 2008.19.1. Gift of David Schorr in honor of Clare Rogan’s 40th birthday, 2008. (photo: M. Cook) .
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