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Original Print - Bird in a Cage with Еwo Woman - Guercino's Daughters - Guercino

Original Print - Bird in a Cage with Еwo Woman - Guercino's Daughters - Guercino

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Magnificent copper engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi, ater Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Guercino). Publishing in 1764 years, Italy. The sample is taken from the work "Original Paintings and Drawings of Guercino in the Collection of His Majesty."
This is a painting that depicts a scene with a bird in a cage in the presence of two women. The painting is distinguished by its elegance and subtlety of execution, characteristic of Bartolozzi's works. Visually, the painting may be a detailed image of a bird locked in a cage, surrounded by two female figures in the background. The interpretation of the scene can depend on the viewer's perception - it can symbolize various aspects, such as freedom and captivity, the bonds of art, or even the connection between man and nature. The painting "Bird in a Cage with Two Women" is one of the works of Bartolozzi, who is famous for his engravings, drawings and prints. His style flows along the lines of Rococo and early Classicism, and his work is often graceful and sensual.
Francesco Bartolozzi is an Italian draftsman, watercolor painter and engraver, the greatest master of etching, dotted style, in particular colored dotted line and pencil etching style. From 1764 he worked in England, where he created a school of color reproduction engravings.

Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (1591 – 1666) better known as Guercino, was an Italian Baroque painter and draftsman from Cento in the Emilia region, who was active in Rome and Bologna. The vigorous naturalism of his early manner contrasts with the classical equilibrium of his later works. His many drawings are noted for their luminosity and lively style.

Dimensions: 22” x 14” inches / 57 cm x 37 cm
Technique: Engraving

Date: 1764
Artist: Francesco Bartolozzi
After: Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Guercino)
Place: Italy
*We provide a Certificate of Authenticity upon request. 

The work has wear, age-related discoloration,  but is overall in good condition. As you age, you can expect to see a few minor blemis
hes, brown or blotchy markings. Please check the condition of the image carefully and contact us with any questions. The reverse side is blank. This is an original print and not a modern reproduction. You can find many more vintage designs and prints at dahlstromsfineart

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