Pair Neoclassical Etruscan Urn Prints after Henry Moses Numbered 13 and 33 Matted and Framed - image 1 of 9

Pair Neoclassical Etruscan Urn Prints after Henry Moses (1782-1870) from “Vases from the collection of Sir Henry Englefield” first published in London in 1819." Plate 13 depicts an urn decorated with female figure or Bachante, holding a timpanus, seated between two fauns. Plate 33 shows three vessels, the larger one in the center is decorated with a seated young man holding an offering to a standing female. The plates are inscribed as follows:

PL. 13 and PL. 33
Engraved by Henry Moses.
Published by Rodwell and Martin, New Bond Street, Sept. 1st., 1819 and Nov. 1st., 1819.

Sir Henry Englefield, 7th Baronet (1752-1822) was an English antiquary and astronomer. These are 20th C. prints, nicely matted and framed, ready to display. In very good condition as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.

Measurements: Frames: 20 3/4 by 17 3/4" approximately.

ITEM ID
4774
COLOR
Silver, White
STYLE
Neoclassicism
THEME
English Country, Mediterranean, Traditional, Vases
WIDTH
17.75" (45 cm)
HEIGHT
20.75" (53 cm)
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Pair Neoclassical Etruscan Urn Prints after Henry Moses Numbered 13 and 33 Matted and Framed

$195


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