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Olympus
Pencil ground, Grey-brown wash on yellow laid paper. XVIII century
Ximeno y Planes, Rafael
Olympus
Pencil ground, Grey-brown wash on yellow laid paper. XVIII century
Ximeno y Planes, Rafael

Copia fragmentaria de la estampa de Dorigny (en 1651) que reproduce uno de los cuadros de la decoración de la galería del hotel Segnier de Paris, representando las Bodas de Tetis y Peleo, de Simon Vouet. El dibujo copia los grupos de la izquierda de la estampa, y, muy parcialmente, detalles de otros personajes.

The dead Christ supported by an Angel
Taille douce: etching and engraving on wove paper. 1795
Ballester y Ballester, Joaquín; Ximeno y Planes, Rafael
The dead Christ supported by an Angel
Taille douce: etching and engraving on wove paper. 1795
Ballester y Ballester, Joaquín; Ximeno y Planes, Rafael

This print is part of a series published by the Company for the engraving of paintings from the Royal Palaces, although it was only published after that institution was no longer active. The Company for the engraving of the paintings from the Royal Palaces was one of the Spanish Enlightenment’s major undertakings during the second half of the 18th century. It supervised the reproduction of prints

Charles III, King of Spain
Taille douce: etching and engraving on ivory laid paper. 1788
Ximeno y Planes, Rafael; Selma, Fernando
Charles III, King of Spain
Taille douce: etching and engraving on ivory laid paper. 1788
Ximeno y Planes, Rafael; Selma, Fernando

This portrait is closely based on Charles III in hunting Dress by Francisco de Goya. The monarch, wearing a dress coat, has the same pose as in the painting, leaning forward slightly and with sloping shoulders. The modelling of the face is also the same. The print was published in 1788 in the revised edition of the Bibliotheca hispana vetus (1672) by Nicolás Antonio.

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