Series of 6 engravings by Stefano della Bella 1610/1664 Florence School. 17th century.
Series of 6 engravings from the 24 engraving series “Diversi Capricci (De Vesme 128-151)"
Plate No. 2-3-4-5 and 6 (Engraving: Stefano della Bella Edité by: Nicolas Langlois King’s Privilege)
*A plate by Roguié publisher created by Faucran sculptor
Dimension seen: 10 x 8 cm.
Stefano Della Bella (or Étienne de la Belle), born on 18 May 1610 in Florence where he died on 12 July 1664, was an Italian aquafortist engraver from the Florentine school during the Renaissance, his style is mannerist and Baroque.
*Florentine engraver. Della Bella is famous in France because he stayed in Paris from 1639 to 1650, where he was known by the French name Etienne de la Belle (he died in Florence), but also because he is the best aquafortist to have exploited the genre innovated by the Lorrain Jacques Callot.
*He practiced a quite free etching style, choosing his picturesque subjects, celebrations, topographical views, or hunting scenes.
*His brilliant engravings full of movement, that denote a taste for irregularity and also clarity, are very representative of a style at once mannerist and baroque of the first half of the 17th century.
Etching from the famous series: Diversi capricci.
- Série de six gravures - Stefano della Bella (1610 - 1664)
- Título de la obra
- "Diversi Capricci (De Vesme 128-151)"
- Firmado en plancha
- En muy buenas condiciones
- Se vende con marco
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 8×10 cm