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Adoration of the Kings

A work made of etching on ivory laid paper, mounted on blue album sheet.
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  • A work made of etching on ivory laid paper, mounted on blue album sheet.

Date:

1619

Artist:

Claude Vignon
French, 1593-1670

About this artwork

Claude Vignon is one of the most interesting members of a community of 17th-century French artists who traveled to Rome and became attached to the Caravaggesque painter Simon Vouet. In 1619 he produced this etching, his first known original composition, which is thought to have been inspirational to Rembrandt. It is one of only 27 etchings produced by the artist throughout his life.

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Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Claude Vignon

Title

Adoration of the Kings

Origin

France

Date

1619

Medium

Etching on ivory laid paper, mounted on blue album sheet

Dimensions

240 × 203 mm (image); 257 × 213 mm (plate); 340 × 264 mm (sheet); 476 × 341 mm (secondary support)

Credit Line

John H. Wrenn Memorial Endowment

Reference Number

1987.195

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