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13"x21" AskArt Bio: 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...
19"x 12" Cherub and Aphrodite-like woman figure drawings first done by Giuseppe Canale and then later published by John Boydell. Boydell was an 18th century British publisher who reproduced numerous etchings of Italian artists.
19"x 12" Figure etchings of soldiers first done by Giuseppe Canale and then later published by John Boydell
22"x14" The Cathedral of Saint Peter's ("La Catedra di S. Pietro") etching after the Renaissance artist Guercino
22"x14" Depiction of The Prodigal Son ("Figlio Prodigo") after the style of the Renaissance artist Guercino