Nicolas Dorigny

Nicolas Dorigny

Kupferstecher, Maler
Geboren: 1652, Paris
Gestorben: 12. Januar 1746, Paris


Hat mitgewirkt an:

  1. Neptun und Triton der Brunnenanlage der Villa Montallo
    Druckgraphik
  2. Bildnis Giacomo Boncompagni
    Druck
  3. La scuola del Disegno
    Akademiedarstellung
  4. The School Of Raphael, Or, The Student's Guide To Expression In Historical Painting: Ilustrated By Examples Engraved By Duchange, And Others, Under The Inspection Of Sir Nicholas Dorigny, From His...
    Erschienen in: Dorigny, Nicolas ; Raffaello <Sanzio>; Ralph, Benjamin; Duchange, Gaspard : The School Of Raphael, Or, The Student's Guide To Expression In Historical Painting: Ilustrated By Examples Engraved By Duchange, And Others, Under The Inspection Of Sir Nicholas Dorigny, From His Own Drawings, After The most celebrated Heads in the Cartoons at the King's Palace. To Which Are Now Added, The Outlines Of Each Head, And Also Several Plates Of The Most Celebrated Antique Statutes, Skeletons, And Anatomical Figures, Engraved by an Eminent Artist. With Instructions For Young Students In The Art Of Designing. And The Passions, As Characterised By Raphael In The Cartoons. Described And Explained By Benjamin Ralph; London, [ca. 1804]
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