Sostrata, Pamphilus (recto) and Laches, Socrates, Pamphilus (verso) from Comoediae (Comedies), Plate 51 from Woodcuts from Books of the 15th Century
1497, portfolio assembled 1929
Monogrammist ia (Venice, late 15th century) printed and published by Jacobinus Pentius de Leucho (Italian, active 1486-1530) original text by Terence (Publius Terentius Afer) (North African, 195/185–c. 159 B.C.) portfolio text by Wilhelm Ludwig Schreiber (German, 1855–1932)
Woodcut and letterpress in black (recto and verso) on cream laid paper, tipped onto cream wove paper mat
Signed recto upper right, in illustration block: “Ia”; verso lower right, in illustration block: “Ia”
49 × 83 mm (image); 303 × 208 mm (sheet)
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