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BARTOLI, Pietro Santi. BELLORI, Giovanni Pietro.

Published by Imp. Giovanni Battista Bussotti. Roma, 1680 (1680)

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About this Item: Imp. Giovanni Battista Bussotti. Roma, 1680, 1680. . 32 cm. Pág. 1-16, 35-36, 29-32, 41-50, 65-76 (paginación irregular, pero texto completo). Ilustr. con 35 láminas o "tavole" numeradas I-XXXV de grabados a toda página. Enc. de época en pergamino, aunque con la rotulación de la lomera reciente. * El volumen contiene una colección de grabados realizados por el pintor y grabador Pietro Santi Bartoli (1635-1700), especializado en la reproducción e imitación de monumentos clásicos. En este caso reprodujo las pinturas de un monumento funerario romano recientemente descubierto durante las obras de mantenimiento de la Vía Flaminia en 1674; la presencia de un "Nasonius" en una de sus inscripciones motivó la errónea identificación del conjunto sepulcral con el de la familia del poeta Ovidio (Publio Ovidio Nasón), presuntamente representado en una de las pinturas. Las estampas de Bartoli se completan con la descripción y comentario de Giovanni Pietro Bellori. Ilustraciones y comentario son un buen ejemplo de la pasión coetánea por la anticuaria y el interés con que el público seguía los hallazgos arqueológicos relacionados con la antigua Roma. Seller Inventory # 68937

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Bartoli Pietro Sante e Francesco - Bellori Giovanni P. - La Chausse Michel A.

Published by Roma, Nella Nuova Stamparia di Gaetano degli Zenobj, avanti il Seminario Romano. (1706)

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About this Item: Roma, Nella Nuova Stamparia di Gaetano degli Zenobj, avanti il Seminario Romano., 1706. In folio (358x228); pp. (12) 63 (1) con 75 tavole fuori testo incise in rame anche ripiegate suddivise in tre serie: i) XXIV. ii) XXXIV di XXXV assente la tav. XIX. iii) XVI ma XVII, vi è aggiunta 1 tavola, arma di papa Clemente XI incisa in legno al frontespizio, vari capilettera ornati. Legatura coeva in piena pelle dorso a 5 nervi con titolo e fregi oro. Alcuni restauro alla legatura, gorette marginali alle prime 3 carte, una carta preliminare rimontata e con impolveratura nei margini, lavoretto di tarlo nella costola interna di poche pagine peraltro buona copia con le incisioni fresche e ricche di tono. La I e la II edizione di questa opera furono impresse nel 1680 e 1702, entrambe con solo 35 tavv., questa è la I edizione curata dal figlio del Bartoli, Francesco e dal de la Chausse per la sopraggiunta morte di Sante Bartoli e del Bellori. "Il Bellori (Roma 1615-1696) frequentò l'Accademia di Francia di Roma, fu antiquario del papa e bibliotecario e antiquario di Cristina di Svezia. Nel 1670 Clemente X lo nominò "commissario" delle antichità di Roma, carica che mantenne fino al 1694, quando gli successe l'incisore Pietro Santi Bartoli (Perugia 1635-Pisa 1700) suo collaboratore e amico. Michel Ange de la Chausse nasce a Parigi ala fine del XVII sec. (1660) e muore intorno al 1738. Archeologo tutto dedito allo studio delle antichità al punto di trasferirsi a Roma, dove fini i suoi giorni". AA.VV. L'immagine dell'antico fra settecento e ottocento. Bologna. Brunet I, 758. Graesse I, pag. 330. Borroni, 8086. Seller Inventory # 4250

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Bellori,G.P. & M. Causei dela Chausse.

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About this Item: Roma, Gaetano degli Zanobi, 1706. (VIII),(IV),63,(1) pp. 75 (2 fold.) engr.plts by Pietro Santi & Francesco Bartoli. Contemp. leather. Sm. folio. Seller Inventory # 46492

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BARTOLI. Bellori, Giovanni Pietro.

Published by Antonio de Rossi., Rome. (1702)

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About this Item: Antonio de Rossi., Rome., 1702. 4to. (325 x 230 mm). Irregular pagination: 1-16, 35-50, 65-76. Illustrated with 35 engraved plates, one folding. Contemporary full mottled calf, red leather title label on banded spine, gilt armorial vignette to front and rear boards. Second edition of Bartoli's important study of the frescoes of the tomb of Quintus Nasonius Ambrosius. One of the most important archaeological finds of the period, the tomb of Quintus Nasonius Ambrosius was originally unearthed in March 1674 during the course of excavations of the Via Flaminia. Regarded as one of the most elaborate examples of sepulchral art from the Roman era, painted around 150 AD, its discovery occasioned much excitement, not least because at first it was widely believed to be the tomb of the poet Ovid. The tomb was a family burial place with multiple niches, adorned by frescoes with a series of seven apse paintings, a figured frieze incorporating ten enigmatic mythological figures, and a cassette ceiling. The walls contain scenes referring to death and the underworld, while the ceiling alludes to the soul's liberation after death. Pietro Santi Bartoli (1635-1700), the engraver and draughtsman, was probably engaged by Cardinal Camillo Massimo to produce a record of the frescoes adorning the walls of the tomb. Bartoli was responsible for several publications on Roman sculpture and works of art, such as the 'Admiranda romanarum antiquitatum' of 1693. In 1680, he produced these engravings of the Nasonii tomb paintings, and the work includes a commentary by Bartoli's friend, Giovanni Pietro Bellori (1613-96), the leading theorist of seventeenth century classicism. The work appears to have been so successful that not only was this second edition published in 1702, but the work was also republished as part of a larger work, 'Le pitture antiche delle grotte di Roma, e del sepolcro de' Nasonii' (Rome. Zenobi, 1706), combined in one volume with two other illustrated essays, 'Pitture antiche delle grotte' (begun by Pietro Santi Bartoli and completed by his son Francesco), and 'Appendice di alcune memorie sepolcrali, e di varia cose appartenenti a' defonti'. Seller Inventory # 21602

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