Iconography
GODS & MYTHS
Amoretti
Bacchanal of Amoretti Drunken Amoretti With other figures
Various activitiesPassing water
Various activitiesSacrificing
With animalsDonkey
Further details
An engraving of a bacchanal; amoretti in the centre carry an upside-down ass, a naked man in the foreground, after a drawing by Michelangelo now in the Royal Collection (Inv. No. RL 12777), made as a gift for Tommaso de' Cavalieri in circa 1532-33, and mentioned by Vasari.
ARTIST/CREATOR
Beatrizet, Nicolas (born 1507 or 1515, died c1565) After a drawing by Michelangelo; engraving published by Carlo Losi
DATE
1540 - 1560 (published by Losi in 1773)
LOCATION
n/a
Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Dean's Development Fund of the School of Advanced Study, University of London
Contact
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