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Original Drawing By Giuseppe Mannocchi (1731-1782)
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"Original Drawing By Giuseppe Mannocchi (1731-1782)"
THIS IS A DRAWING AND NOT A ENGRAVING - Exceptional Original drawing in pen and ink by Giuseppe MANNOCCHI (1731-1782) Giuseppe Mannocchi, also writing Giuseppe Manocchi, is an Italian designer from the Roman school, born in Rome around 1731, and died in the same city on June 29, 1782. He is known for his models of decoration and ornamentation. He worked in the offices of the brothers Adam, Robert and James, after Robert Adam returned to England in 1757. His decorations inspired the decorations of the buildings made by Robert Adam in the United Kingdom. George Richardson (1737/8 – c. 1813) speaks of him with gratitude in the introduction to his book A Book of Ceilings Composed in the Style of the Antique Grotesque (1776). Giuseppe Mannocchi designed many of the ceiling decorations made by the Adam brothers. He returned to Rome in 1773. In 1777-1778, he worked with Potocki (1755–1821) on the restitution boards for the decorations of the Villa Laurentina of Pliny the Younger. Several of his drawings can be found in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg. It is also kept at the Louvre museum in Paris. *** Dimensions 22.8 x 18 cm Signed lower left Old drawing in a good state of conservation - Light foxing - See photos
Price : 680 €
Artist : Giuseppe Mannocchi (1731-1782)
Period:18th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Voir descriptif

Material : Plume et encre

Reference : 560456
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Original Drawing By Giuseppe Mannocchi (1731-1782)
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