Collection of Prints and Drawings
Eszter Nagy with Zoltán Kárpáti, Seventeenth-Century Italian Prints
©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
 
Production People
Luca Ciamberlano (Print made by)artist bio
Ciamberlano, Luca
fl 1599-1641

Federico Barocci (Probably after)artist bio
Barocci, Federico
b Urbino, c. 1535; d Urbino, 30 Sept 1612

Francesco Villamena (Published by)artist bio
Villamena, Francesco
b Assisi, 1564; d Rome, 7 July 1624
Title / Description
Noli Me Tangere
 
Date
1609
 
Technique
engraving
Material
paper
Dimensions
134 x 270 mm (platemark)
Inscriptions
Inscribed, signed and dated on the stone lower left: 'Federicus Barocius Vrbinas Inuentor et pinxit. / Lucas Ciamberlanus Vrbinas I.V. Doctor delineauit / et sculpsit. Anno 1609' and inscribed in the margin with several lines: 'Ad modum ILL.ri Viro D. Clementi Bartholo Vrbinati [...]' and inscribed with publisher's address: 'Franciscus Villamoena / excudit, cu priuilegio / S. Pontificis'
Provenance
Nikolaus Esterházy (Lugt 1966)
 
References
Adam Bartsch, Le peintre-graveur, vols. 21, Vienna
1803-21, XX.30.3
 
Comment
After a painting by Barocci that is preserved in an almost completely ruined state in the Allendale Collection in Bywell Hall; see Andrea Emiliani, Federico Barocci, vol. 2, Bologna 1985, p. 243.
 
Inventory Number
19184
 
Classification
Prints: Italian: 17th century: Unmounted
Citation Line
Ciamberlano, Luca (Print made by), Barocci, Federico (Probably after), Inv. No. 19184, in Eszter Nagy with Zoltán Kárpáti, Seventeenth-Century Italian Prints: An On-Line Catalogue, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest 2012 » http://www.printsanddrawings.hu/ (accessed 9th of August, 2020) «