This is an engraving of the year 1821, measuring 13" by 10 1/2" (23" by 20" framed), formerly thought to depict Jeanne d'Aragon but now believed to be Dona Isabel de Requesens y Enriques de Cardon-Anglesona, the image developed by Pierre Bouillon (1776-1831), engraved by Raphael Morghen (1758-1833), after a circa 1500 painting with elements by Raphael Sanzio and Giulio Romano. The lady of means is seen in 3/4 view, her royal garments shown in impressive detail, a view to a loggia beyond, and cats at far right. At lower left margin we see "Peint par Raphael", at center "Dessine par Bouillon", and at right "Grave par Raph. Morghen". According to my online research of the image, this print is included in a number of museum collections. I have not examined it outside the frame but the print appears very clean and presentable and the framing is attractive and in excellent condition. A fine addition to any traditional interior.
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