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Reference number

Vol 130

Purpose

Giuseppe Mannocchi (c.1731-1782), Folio volume of 12 drawings in colour of arabesque decoration entitled `Architectural Arabesques from the Vatican’ by A. T. Bolton in the 1920s. Bound in red and black leather, tooled in gold (645 x 390)

Medium and dimensions

Bound in red and black leather, tooled in gold (645 x 390)

Hand

Giuseppe Mannochi (c.1731 - 1782)

Notes

Prov: Purchased at George Garrett's sale, Sotheby's, 22-23 July 1832. All 12 drawings have close parallels with drawings, some labelled Vatican, in Adam Volume 26.

Level

Drawing

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