Antique Print-VULCANO OF JERULLO-MEXICO-PL.LXI.-Ferrario-Fumagalli-c.1827



Tavole LXI. Vulcano di Jorullo. – (Plate 61.Vulcano of Jorullo.) This plate shows the landscape of a vulcano in Central-Mexico with on the right side some explorers. There is a blind stamp at the lower right corner of the plate.

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‘Tavole LXI. Vulcano di Jorullo.’

Line & aquatint etching with original hand colouring on wove (vellin) paper.
Image size: 31 x 22 cm. (12,2 x 8,7 inch).

From: ‘Il Costume Antico e Moderno …, l’America.’ , by Giulio Ferrario, published in Milan in 21 volumes by Antonio Fortunato Stella in 1827 (first edition, second issue). The 17 volumes of the first issue were published sequentially between c. 1815/1816 until 1826 after first being issued in 143 weekly installments. The work appeared in Italian and French. Smaller size editions with smaller much less elaborate plates were published in Florence (1823-38), Naples (1831-42) and even a 16mo. editon in Livorno (1830). Original blindstamp at bottom right image. The sources used for this work are wide.

Made by ‘Paolo Fumagalli’ after ‘Giulio Ferrario’. Giulio Ferrario was founder of the ‘Societa Tipografica de Classici Italiani’ and served as the director of the Braidense National Library in Milan, Italy. Artists that worked on this monumental work are: Gallo Gallina, D.K. Bonatti, A. Biasioli, L. Rossi, Paolo Fumagalli, Gaetano Zancon (1771-1816), G. Bigatti, C. Bramati, G. Gallo, C. Bottiglia, G. Castellini, Antonio Rancati (1784-1816), Vittorio Raineri, Sydney Parkinson, Castelli, A. Sanquirico (1777-1849), Angelo Monticelli (1778-1837), A.L. Rossins, Bottigella and others.

Condition: Very good, given age. Very light creasing and chipping on left and bottom margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.



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Dimensions 26 × 36 × 1 cm


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