Identification and Creation
Object Number
2012.70
People
Dominique Barrière, French (Marseille, France 1618 - 1678 Rome, Italy)
Title
Easter Celebration on the Piazza Navona in the Year of the Jubilee, 1650
Other Titles
Original Language Title: Addobbo realizzato in Piazza Navona in occasione della Pasqua dell'anno Giubilare 1650, 17 aprile
Classification
Prints
Work Type
print
Date
c. 1650
Culture
Italian
Location
Level 3, Room 3610, University Teaching Gallery
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Physical Descriptions
Medium
Engraving on cream antique laid paper
Technique
Engraving
Dimensions
sheet, cut to plate: 38.2 x 63.2 cm (15 1/16 x 24 7/8 in.)
Inscriptions and Marks
  • inscription: engraved in plate, lower center: Dominicus Barriere Marsi. delin. et sculp.
  • inscription: engraved in plate, lower center: Eques Carol. Rainal. Archit.
  • inscription: verso, lower right, graphite: 99/383 / M[or U]NN / IV/40 piac
  • inscription: verso, lower left, graphite: 200
  • watermark: right, center: [anchor and star in a circle]
Provenance
Paul E. and Gabriele B. Geier, Rome, Italy, gift; to Harvard Art Museums, 2012.
Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Bequest of Paul E. and Gabriele B. Geier
Accession Year
2012
Object Number
2012.70
Division
European and American Art
Contact
am_europeanamerican@harvard.edu
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Publication History

Louis Frank and Philippe Malgouyres, ed., La Fabrique des saintes images: Rome-Paris 1580-1660, exh. cat., Musée du Louvre Éditions (Paris, 2015), pp. 76-77, fig. 25

Exhibition History

Landmarks of World Art and Architecture, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 09/04/2012 - 01/19/2013

Rome: Eternal City, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 01/20/2018 - 05/06/2018

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