Record number 06/1596
TitleCollezione Completa Di Tutte Le Stampe Originali In Settantaquattro Tavole Divise In Sette Serie Rappresentanti In Belle Scene Campestri Bestiami E Gruppi Di Contadini Disegnate Dal Vero Ed Incise Su Lastre Di Rame A Bulino E All'Acqua Forte Dal Celebre Professore Pittore Ed Incisore Francesco Londonio Milanese Socio Onorario Di Diverse Illustri Accademie Di Belle Arti Ecc. Ecc. Ecc. Distribuite In Dodici Fascicoli Coll'Aggiunta D'Un Tredicesimo Contenente Ritratto E Vita Del Suddetto Autore
ImprintImpresse In Parma: Nella Calcografia Dell'Illustre Professore E Celebre Incisore Signor Cavaliere Paolo Toschi Co' Suoi Stessi Torchi Dall'Abile Suo Calcografo Angelo Allodi Parmigiano. [Monogram] (Stamperia Carmignani)., (1837)
Physical Description[2] p., 16 col. (on eight pages), port., 74 pl.; 434×600 mm.
Physical Description NoteColumns 1, 2, do not carry numbers; columns 3-12 are misnumbered 4-13. The 74 plates, besides carrying numbers 1-74 top left also carry other numbers at top or bottom right.
Content Format Note[T.p.] - [Note] - [Port.] - Vita Di Francesco Londonio / Vie De François Londonio; [note]; [approbation] - [Plates].
Summary NoteNo publication-date is carried by the title-page; but the note on its verso states that the work was first published in 1836 by Antonio Franchetti and that the engravings were acquired by Crescini and Franchetti from Londonio's heirs in 1837. The approbation also carries the date 1837. The plates numbered 1-74 also carry other numbers, indicating earlier series of publication, and some carry 18th-century dates within the plate.
Responsibility NoteThe portrait of Londinio is signed as drawn and engraved by Angelo Rassena from a miniature acquired from Londinio's heirs by A. Franchetti, and printed by A. Allodi on the press of Toschi.

The seventy-four numbered plates are all signed as painted or drawn by F. Londinio and as engraved by him. They are also signed as printed by Angelo Allodi on the press of Toschi.

Each carries the imprint of Antonio Franchetti as print-seller and owner of the prints.

The monogram on the title-page appears to be that of 'AF' (Antonio Franchetti) or that of 'DCAF' (Domenico Crescini and Antonio Franchetti).

The Vita appears above the names of Domenico Crescini and Antonio Franchetti as publishers.
SubjectAnimals - Livestock - Cattle - Cows - Sheep - Goats - Animal husbandry - Herdsmen - Shepherds - Cowherds - Agricultural laborers - People - Men - Women - Children - Pastoral - Rural areas - Farms - Landscapes (environments) - Italy - History - 18th century
Landscapes (representations) - Drawings - Engravings - Italy - 18th century - 19th century
Pictorial works - Italy - 19th century
Name as Subject Londonio, Francesco, 1723 - 1783
ReferencesS. Coppa, ed., Tra Arcadia e Illuminismo in Lombardia: la raccolta di studi di Francesco Londonio [exhibition catalogue] (2002).
Binding Note19th-century half pigskin, green cloth-covered boards; spine lettered 'Francesco Londonio's Work', 'R.A.' and '1783'.
ProvenanceOrdered to be purchased for the Library at a meeting of the RA Council on 16 November 1841.
Contributors Londonio, Francesco, 1723 - 1783, source artist, draughtsman, engraver
Toschi, Paolo, 1788 - 1854, intaglio printer
Allodi, Angelo, fl. ca. 1837?, intaglio printer
Crescini, Domenico, fl. ca. 1837?, publisher
Franchetti, Antonio, fl. ca. 1837?, publisher
Rassena, Angelo, fl. ca. 1837?, draughtsman, engraver
Stamperia Carmignani (Parma). printer
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