Andurni Marchionatus Etching 17th Century

Etching 1682

Code :  ARARPI0114682

83.00
Andurni Marchionatus Etching 17th Century

Etching 1682

Code :  ARARPI0114682

83.00

Andurni Marchionatus Etching 17th Century - Etching 1682

Features

Etching 1682

Artwork title:  Andurni Marchionatus. Pars versus Meridiem

Age:  17th century - from 1601 to 1700

Subject:  Maps

Origin:  Olanda

Artistic technique:  Stampa

Technical specification:  Etching (etching in the cable)

Description : Andurni Marchionatus. Pars versus Meridiem

Etching. This is a large folded view taken from the "Theatrum Statuum Regiae Celsitudinis Sabaudiae Ducis", a famous work printed in folio by the heirs of Giovanni Blaeu in Amsterdam in 1682, which describes the dominions of the Savoy family. The view, one of the largest, represents the town of Andorno, in the Biella area. In good condition, it has the central book fold and two side folds. It is presented in a stylish frame.

Product Condition:
Fair condition. Wear consistent with age and use. Any damage or loss is displayed as completely as possible in the pictures. Product with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lawful Origin.

Frame Size (cm):
Height: 75
Width: 137
Depth: 2

Artwork dimensions (cm):
Height: 55
Width: 117

Additional Information

Age: 17th century - from 1601 to 1700

In the seventeenth century, art was strongly conditioned by the religious problem: the Church was still one of the greatest patrons of works of art and used them to fascinate and impress the faithful, exalting salvation, reachable only with fidelity to the Church. 17th century art is therefore an educational tool, produced to be enjoyed and understood by many. Thus, the scenes that face the representation of an imaginary reality are accompanied by the analysis of the details and the great clarity of the environment, in order to propose every fiction as real and with the intention of emotionally involving the observer, making him live. in a subjective way an infinite and grandiose reality, also reflects the artist's desire to express himself freely: in fact he does not bend to pre-established schemes, he does not use rigid, contained forms, organized in rigorous compositional symmetries, but free, open and articulated forms . The art of the 1600s is therefore a representation, the purpose of which is to impress, move, persuade; it is the product of the imagination and its purpose is to persuade that something not real can become real. This complex artistic phenomenon is traditionally defined as Baroque, and its birth takes place in Rome between the third and fourth decade of the seventeenth century, where it is eminently represented by the work of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Francesco Borromini and Pietro da Cortona. , even if the fundamental junction is constituted by the work of Caravaggio. The movement then spread throughout Italy and Europe (we remember in particular Rembrandt, Rubens, Velazquez), in the world of arts, literature, music, and in numerous other areas, until the mid-18th century.
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Subject: Maps

Artistic technique: Stampa

La stampa è un processo per la produzione di testi e immagini, tipicamente mediante l'impiego dell'inchiostro su carta e di una pressa da stampa. Spesso viene svolto come processo industriale su larga scala ed è una parte essenziale dell'editoria.

Technical specification: Etching (etching in the cable)

Etching (in Latin as aqua fortis) was once used to describe the nitric acid, also called stain. Today it refers to a type of printing and the way to produce it. The etching technique was known since ancient times and was used for engraving decorations on weapons. Some of the first to use it for fine art prints have been Albrecht Dürer in Germany and Parmigianino in Italy.

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