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Lithograph print by Franz Hansfstaenl from the early 19th century
Offered is a beautifully preserved, lithograph print, all original comprising a part of a folio of 200 prints done in the 1830s copied from original painting in the Royal Gallery of Dresden by the renowned printer, book publisher, and photographer Franz Hanfstaenl. The painter represented is Giovann Francesco Barbieri 1591-1666 best known as Guercino or Il Guercino and is so very similar to the painting of Oueen Semiramis Hearing of the insurection at Babylon now in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. It's a significant print in color and certainly more significant than say one of Hanfstaenl's portraints of His Royal Highness Prince Albert of Axe-Coburg & Gotha, Duke of Saxony who later was the consort to Queen Victoria. It measures 21 x 25" in a very nice gold frame and I would definitely grade the print Very Good to Excellent. Thank you.
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