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The Wedding of Cupid and Psyche

ca. 1573-1574
16th century
360 x 232 mm (14.2 x 9.1 in.)

Giorgio Ghisi, Italian, (1520–1582)
After Giulio Romano, Italian, (probably 1499–1546)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Engraving on laid paper
State: Third of four states
Print impression quality: Fine
Marks: Signed in plate, lower right: “G MF” (in monogram) 1574; "Iulius Ro./In" on tablet; "Nicolo van Aelst for. Rome," lower right
Marks: Watermark: IH (?S) surmounted by cross, in circle
Bibliography: Bartsch 45 (vol. 15); Thieme-Becker vol. 13, p. 564; Boorsch 50; P. Lemarchand, L’Amour des Dieux, figs. 735 and 736, first and bowdlerized second states.
Credit Line: Friends of the Davison Art Center funds, 1980
Accession Number: 1980.7.1

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  • animals - This section can use more hierarchical (quasi-Linnaean) refinement in future; extant terms were assembled into a fairly flat and slightly redundant structure to expedite conversion.
  • dogs
  • mythology
  • nudes - Representations of unclothed human figures. [February 1998 related term added, "nudity"; alternate descriptor changed, was "nude". September 1990 descriptor added.]

  • plate Dimensions: 360 x 232 mm (14.2 x 9.1 in.)

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