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12 results filtered with: Cignani, Carlo, 1628-1719
  • Saint John the Baptist as a youth in the wilderness, holding a skull. Engraving by W. Ensom, 1832, after C. Cignani.
  • Saint Mary Magdalen. Line engraving after C. Cignani (?).
  • Joseph flees from Potiphar's wife as she attempts to seduce him. Lithograph by Franz Hanfstaengl after Carlo Cignani.
  • Joseph being seduced by Potiphar's wife. Engraving by J. Frey after C. Cignani.
  • Eve tempting Adam. Engraving by J. Massard, 1787, after C. Cignani.
  • Saint Benedict of Nursia: while he lives as a hermit in a cave near Subiaco, a raven protects him from poisoned bread (represented by a snake emerging from a loaf). Engraving by J. Frey after G. Anziani after Carlo Cignani.
  • Marcello Malpighi. Line engraving by L. Martelli after F. Rosaspina after C. Cignani, 1683.
  • Saint Benedict of Nursia: while he lives as a hermit in a cave near Subiaco, a raven protects him from poisoned bread (represented by a snake emerging from a loaf). Engraving by J. Frey after G. Anziani after Carlo Cignani.
  • Saint Mary Magdalen. Line engraving by J. Massard after G.B. Wicar after G.A. Carlone.
  • Myrrha, being transformed into the myrrh tree, gives birth to Adonis. Engraving by L. Desplaces, 1736, after C. Cignani.
  • Joseph being seduced by Potiphar's wife. Engraving by J. Frey after C. Cignani.
  • The adoration of the shepherds at the birth of Christ; a shepherd-boy plays a flute. Stipple engraving by J.B. Michel, 1780, after G. Farington after C. Cignani.