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A cartouche with an eagle and a snake, a skull and crossbones at top, wings to either side, from 'Eight Emblems for the Funeral of Francesco de Medici' (Huit emblèmes pour les funérailles du prince François de Médicis)
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A cartouche with an eagle and a snake, a skull and crossbones at top, wings to either side, from 'Eight Emblems for the Funeral of Francesco de Medici' (Huit emblèmes pour les funérailles du prince François de Médicis), result 1 of 1

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A cartouche with an eagle and a snake, a skull and crossbones at top, wings to either side, from 'Eight Emblems for the Funeral of Francesco de Medici' (Huit emblèmes pour les funérailles du prince François de Médicis)
'Eight Emblems for the Funeral of Francesco de Medici' (Huit emblèmes pour les funérailles du prince François de Médicis)
Work Type
Print Ornament & Architecture
Prints
Ornament & Architecture
Date
ca. 1640-60
Material
Etching, letterpress visible on verso
Measurements
sheet: 8 3/16 x 5 5/16 in. (20.8 x 13.5 cm)_x000D_; mount: 10 1/16 x 7 3/16 in. (25.5 x 18.2 cm)
Source
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Credit Line
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Bequest of Phyllis Massar, 2011
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MMA_DP833509.jpg
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18378282

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