In 1750 The Recueil d’estampes d’apres les plus celeres tableaux de la Galerie Royale de Drede
(The Dresden Gallery ) invited artists from all over Europe to engrave the masterworks from their vast and impressive collection. Volume One of fifty engravings were completed in 1753 and the second in 1757 ( Volume Two). These engravings allow the general public to have the opportunity to admire the great artists of the early 18th century in their own home. Guido Romano (1499-1546)
was an Italian painter and architect. He was a pupil of Raphael and was innovative in helping to define the 16th century style known as Mannerism. He is a highly collectable artist. This print is in very good condition.