Antique Old Masters Print Drawing of Music Teachers circa 1700s
Antique Old Masters Print Drawing of Music Teachers after Guercino circa 1700s.
This 13 x 21 inch etching is titled The Music Teachers After the style of the Renaissance artist Franceso Barbieri called Guercino (1591-1666) exposing the fashion during the 17th century and 18th century in Italy.
Giovanni Francesco Barbieri was called Guercino which means "the squint-eyed."
He was born in Cento, Italy in 1591.
He displayed precocious talent as a child, and studied under several local masters.
He then went on to Bologna and received instruction from Cremonini and Gennari.
He also visited Venice, Ferrara and Rome and in the latter city enjoyed the protection of Pope Gregory XV until that Pontiff's death in 1623, at which time Guercino left Rome and established himself at Cento, where he remained and worked for the next twenty years.
If and when required, we provide expert repair, restoration, and refinishing. Please feel free to contact us to discuss further.
Please contact us for more information, re-sizes, custom paintings frames, and for help matching your art to frames.
We offer shipping and delivery at an additional cost. We accept all major credit cards and a variety of other payment methods including Bitcoin.
Susquehanna Antique Company guarantees 100% satisfaction. If you are unhappy with an item just return it to us and we will refund your purchase.
Please fill out the form below. We will respond to your request as soon as possible. Please allow 24 hours or one business day.
Thank you and have a wonderful day!
Feel free to call us at 202-380-6913 or email us directly firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit us in our store just south of Augusta Maine.
Susquehanna Antique Company
163 2nd Street
Hallowell, Maine 04347