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The Triumph of Scipio

This impression is of a later state not described by Bartsch. The plate has been cut down approximately 8 mm at the bottom. In place of the inscription described by Bartsch is an inscription "Trionfo di Scipione ... Raphael Urb. in. Phls Thom. exc." Also, the shadows of the hind legs of the...

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Marks

Recto, just inside the platemark, bottom right, the blindstamp of the Calcografia di Roma (Lugt 426e); verso, right center, stamped in violet ink, the mark of the MFA (Lugt 1868)

Provenance

W.S. Dexter, Boston; his gift to the MFA March 12, 1897

Credit Line

Gift of W. S. Dexter

1530s

Catalogue Raisonné

Bartsch 74 (see Notes)

Accession Number

M12329

Medium or Technique

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