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Print, Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple, after Titian (right sheet), ca. 1740

This is a Print. It was print maker: John Jackson. It is dated ca. 1740. Its medium is chioroscuro woodcut from four blocks, in light grayish umber, medium brown, dark gray, dark brown. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was bequest of George Campbell Cooper. It is credited Bequest of George Campbell Cooper.

Its dimensions are

55.7 × 43.4 cm (21 15/16 × 17 1/16 in.)

It is signed

Signed: "J.B. Jackson."

It is inscribed

in block, lower center: " Per Illustri, ac Nobili Viro D,no D.no/ERASMO PHILIPPS BARRONNETTO/ Artium zelantissimo Fautori, et de re litteraria/optime merito, Tabulam hanc tenue debitae venerationis/suae argumentum, emeritissimo Patrono, et Mecanati / commendat, et dicat/ J:B: Jackson"

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Print, Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple, after Titian (right sheet), ca. 1740; Print Maker: John Jackson ; England; chioroscuro woodcut from four blocks, in light grayish umber, medium brown, dark gray, dark brown; 55.7 × 43.4 cm (21 15/16 × 17 1/16 in.); Bequest of George Campbell Cooper; 1896-3-230

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