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Study of three figures of Hours (Hores) for the composition of the festival of the gods

Study of three figures of Hours (Hores) for the composition of the festival of the gods

Alphonse Alexandre Leroy, etcher and chisel engraver, was particularly keen to reproduce in facsimile the drawings from the Louvre collection and private collections, published by him in albums between 1860 and 1880.

The Chalcography of the Louvre has a large number of its plates and thus responds to ...
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Characteristics

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Museum :
Musée du Louvre
Dimensions :
38 x 56 cm
EAN :
3336727313015
Reference :
KM000042

Editor

Author :
Raffaello Santi, dit Raphaël (

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Raffaello Sanzio, dit Raphaël (1483-1520)

Raffaello Santi or Sanzio, known as Raphael, a painter of the High Renaissance, is the son of the official painter of the court of the Duke of Urbino, Giovanni Santi. His style is characterized by an almost equal use of drawing and colour because, unlike many painters, he does not let one dominate the other; he is as precise in the line as in the distribution of colours as in the vanishing point.