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Preview image of work. color woodcut in three shades of greenish brown on cream laid paper,  Jesus Dining in the Home of Simon the Pharisee, after Raphael 19106

2009.16.693

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Jesus Dining in the Home of Simon the Pharisee, after Raphael

Artists

Ugo da Carpi (ca. 1480 - after 1525) [after Raffaello Sanzio (Raphael; Raffaello Sanzi or Santi)];

Title

Jesus Dining in the Home of Simon the Pharisee, after Raphael

Creation Date

n.d.

Century

late 15th-early 16th century

Dimensions

10 1/16 in. x 14 5/8 in. (25.56 cm x 37.15 cm)

Object Type

print

Creation Place

Europe, Italy

Medium and Support

color woodcut in three shades of greenish brown on cream laid paper

Credit Line

Gift of Charles Pendexter

Copyright

This artwork may be under copyright. For further information, please consult the Museum’s Copyright Terms and Conditions.

Accession Number

2009.16.693

Ugo da Carpi was one of the first practitioners of the chiaroscuro woodcut working first in Venice, and then, after 1517, in Raphael’s circle in Rome, and after 1527 in Bologna. His woodcuts are usually printed from three to five blocks, reproducing in a close tonal range the painterly effects of Raphael’s and his followers’ compositions. Ugo, who signed his blocks, received copyright for his prints from authorities both in Venice and Rome.