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Print, Ornament Panel with Mars, ca. 1507

This is a Print. It was published by Antonio Salamanca. It is dated ca. 1507 and we acquired it in 1946. Its medium is engraving on laid paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

It is credited Museum purchase through gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.

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Its dimensions are

26 × 13.1 cm (10 1/4 × 5 3/16 in.) Mat: 35.6 × 45.7 cm (14 × 18 in.)

It is inscribed

Cartouche at top lettered: M. Preliorum Deus, at bottom lettered: NR. Engraved at plate, lower right: An. Sa Exc.

Cite this object as

Print, Ornament Panel with Mars, ca. 1507; Published by Antonio Salamanca (Italian, ca. 1500 - 1562); Italy; engraving on laid paper; 26 × 13.1 cm (10 1/4 × 5 3/16 in.) Mat: 35.6 × 45.7 cm (14 × 18 in.); Museum purchase through gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt; 1946-29-2

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Fragile Beasts.

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