Plate 1: The toilet of Venus, she reclines gazing into a mirror held by Cupid with attendants fixing her hair and a putto tying her sandal, her chariot appears on a cloud above, an elaborate fountain at left, a porticoed temple at right, after Francesco Albani. 1672 Etching and engraving

An00994066 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
French, Italian
Subject
classical deity, classical mythology
Techniques
engraving, etching

Time

Acquired In
1799
Made
1672

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