ANDREA ANDREANI

ca. 1558/59 – Mantua – 1629

The Triumph of Caesar (after ANDREA MANTEGNA) 1595–99 chiaroscuro woodcut printed on ten sheets mounted in two friezes, both with separately detached pilasters between the scenes each ca. 368 x 372 mm (14 1/2 x 14 5/8 inches); the mounted friezes measuring 283 x 2025 mm and 382 x 2105 mm respectively Bartsch, vol. 12, p. 103, no. 11

The Triumph of Caesar (after ANDREA MANTEGNA) 1595–99

chiaroscuro woodcut printed on ten sheets mounted in two friezes, both with separately detached pilasters between the scenes
each ca. 368 x 372 mm (14 1/2 x 14 5/8 inches); the mounted friezes measuring 383 x 2025 mm and 382 x 2105 mm respectively (15 1/16 x 79 3/4 and 15 1/16 x 82 7/8 inches)

The Triumph of Caesar (after ANDREA MANTEGNA) 1595–99 chiaroscuro woodcut printed on ten sheets mounted in two friezes, both with separately detached pilasters between the scenes each ca. 368 x 372 mm (14 1/2 x 14 5/8 inches); the mounted friezes measuring 283 x 2025 mm and 382 x 2105 mm respectively Bartsch, vol. 12, p. 103, no. 11

The Triumph of Caesar (after ANDREA MANTEGNA) 1595–99

chiaroscuro woodcut printed on ten sheets mounted in two friezes, both with separately detached pilasters between the scenes
each ca. 368 x 372 mm (14 1/2 x 14 5/8 inches); the mounted friezes measuring 383 x 2025 mm and 382 x 2105 mm respectively (15 1/16 x 79 3/4 and 15 1/16 x 82 7/8 inches)