The Age of Copper
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The Age of Copper1599
221 x 333 mm (8.7 x 13.1 in.)
Antonio Tempesta, Italian, (1555–1630)
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- plate Dimensions: 221 x 333 mm (8.7 x 13.1 in.)
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Antonio Tempesta, Italian, (1555–1630) . The Age of Copper, 1599. From The Four Ages of the World. Etching on white laid paper. plate : 221 x 333 mm (8.7 x 13.1 in.). Sheet : 274 x 382 mm (10.8 x 15 in.). DAC accession number 19220.127.116.11. Olin Library transfer, 1957.
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