After Michael Rysbrack
Date of Acquisition unknown Early 19th Century
Frequently Paired with a bust of Inigo Jones
see my previous blog entries.
Andrea Palladio Plaster Bust
Very poor low resolution of the Chatsworth Marble bust of Palladio.
This image from English Heritage Review
Article by Richard Hewlings
Photographs by the Author
57 x 43 x 25 cms
The original Plaster supplied by Hoskins and Grant.
Wedgwood Invoiced 17 March 1774.
see my previous blog entry on the bust of Inigo Jones by Wedgwood
Engraved Frontispiece from an Edition of 'Architecture de Palladio' Engraved by Bernard Picart after Giacomo Leoni and translated by Nicholas du Bois 1716.
353 x 243 mm
after Sebastiano Ricci
Frontispiece from an Edition of 'Architecture de Palladio' along with the above allegorical engraving.
by Bernard Picart
32 x 22.7 cms
George Vertue after William Kent
from Lord Burlington's Edition of Palladio's Fabbriche Antiche Designate da Andrea Palladio pub 1730.
Vertue states pub. 1737.
228 x 85 mm
172 x 122 mm
1769 - 75.
Its relationship with the engraving of the bust below is quite clear.
A much later engraving by Ravenet
after David Rossi
depicting an entirely different bust from the Rysbrack Version
411 x 264 mm