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Sick people entreating a bishop saint to intercede for them. Etching by the Comte de Caylus after G. Brandi.

Brandi, Giacinto, 1621-1691
Date
1700-1799

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Description

The people include a mother with a sick child, an old man with a crutch, and a paralysed man on a litter

Publication/Creation

1700-1799

Physical description

1 print : etching

Edition

[The "État avant toute lettre", state I described by Roux]

Publications note

R. Weigel, Die Werke der Maler in ihren Handzeichnungen, Leipzig: R. Weigel, 1865, p. 48, no. 540 ("Hiacintho Brandi ... Kranke bitten zu einem heiligen Bischof. Feder. Cab. Crozat. Caylus sc. H. 14" 6"', Br. 10". ")
Marcel Roux, Inventaire du fonds français, graveurs du XVIIIe siècle, Bibliothèque nationale, Département des estampes, Paris 1940, tome IV, p. 69, no. 87 (lettered state with lettering "Des malades invoquans un saint Evêque. D'après le dessein de Hyacinthe Brandi, qui est dans le Cabinet de Mr Crozat, gravé par Mr le C. de C... — 125")

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 10923i

Creator/production credits

The only etching by Caylus after Giacinto Brandi recorded by Roux, loc. cit., and one of only two prints after Brandi recorded by Weigel, loc. cit.

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