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A choir of six grotesque people singing from a songbook open on a shelf. Etching attributed to J. de Saint-Igny, ca. 1630.

Saint-Igny, Jean de, -1647.
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Publication/Creation

[Paris] : Gallays ex.

Physical description

1 print : etching ; sheet 12.2 x 15.2 cm

Lettering

Bon di bon anno signor di poc' in testa na na na. Gallays ex.

Edition

[State with imprint of Gallays].

Publications note

A.-P.-F. Robert-Dumesnil, Le peintre-graveur français, ou Catalogue raisonné des estampes gravées par les peintres et les dessinateurs de l'école française, tome 8, Paris 19, pp. 190-191, ("Concerts grotesques. Suite de six estampes, y compris le titre, chiffrées de 1 à 6 dans la marge, à droite. … On lit dans la marge : A Paris Chez I. de St. Igny faubour St. Germain pres la porte de busy a lenseigne du grand Turc. … 44. (2) Six hommes vus en buste, dont trois semblent chanter. On lit dans la marge : Bondi bon anno signor di poc' in testa na na na.")

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 33819i

Lettering note

Bears number: 2

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  • Italian



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