Titian (1487/90-1576; Italian)

Pre-Felton works after Titian Longstaff after Titian Entombment of Christ {1889} NGV [PA] Masson after Titian Christ at Emmaus {1879} NGV [PR] Rousselet after Titian Entombment of Christ {1879} NGV [PR] Despite Titian’s status as the arch-colourist of the Renaissance era (by contrast with the linear clarity or disegno seen since Vasari as the hallmark of many of

Raphael (1483-1520; Italian)

Pre-Felton works after Raphael: Cunego & others after Raphael: Engravings after Paintings in the Loggie {1870s?} SLV [PR] Edelinck after Raphael The Holy Family {1879} NGV [PR] * Gruner after Raphael Conversion of Saul 1864 {by 1894} Loc? [PR] * Gruner after Raphael The Deluge {1876} Loc? [PR] * Gruner after Raphael Joseph sold into Egypt

Le Brun, Charles (1619-90; French)

Works after Le Brun included in this catalogue Baudet after Le Brun Le Grand Escalier de Versailles 1679-83 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.103-109] Jeaurat after Le Brun Interview of Louis XIV & Phillip IV 1728 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.175] Jeaurat after Le Brun Marriage of Louis XIV & Maria Theresa 1731 {1879} NGV

Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640: Flemish)

Pre-Felton works attributed to or after Rubens Rubens [after] The Garden of Love {1904} NGV [PA] Unknown after Rubens Descent from the Cross {1868} NGV [PR] A highly prolific and talented painter with a strong devotion to classical antiquity, Rubens made a remarkable contribution to the development of the Baroque style in early 17th century Europe.

Winterhalter, Franz Xaver (1805-73; German)

Works after Winterhalter included in the present catalogue * Cousins after Winterhalter Napoleon III {by 1873} Loc? [PR] * Feckert after Winterhalter Victoria Adelaide, Princess Royal… {by 1871?} Loc? [PR] A prolific and sought-after painter, Winterhalter portrayed many European monarchs and aristocrats of his day. An 1862 copy of one of his portraits of Queen Victoria

Turchi, Alessandro (1578-1649; Italian)

Works after Turchi included in this catalogue Edelinck after Turchi The Deluge {1868} NGV [PR] Scotin after Turchi Mystic Marriage of St Catherine 1679 {1879} NGV [PR] Turchi, born in Verona, worked mainly in Rome. Also known in the past as Alessandro Veronese, he has sometimes been confused with the famous Venetian Renaissance painter Paolo

Scotin, Gérard (1671-1716; French)

Works included in this catalogue Bérain & Scotin Ornemens de peinture… [title page] 1710 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.54] Scotin after Turchi Mystic Marriage of St Catherine 1679 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.25] Scotin is identified in the inscription as the engraver (and Bérain the draughtsman) of the title page to the 1710

Silvestre, Israel (1621-91; French)

Works included in this catalogue Silvestre Les Plaisirs de l’Isle enchantée 1673 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.114-22] Silvestre Views and Elevations of the Tuileries {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.45-53] Silvestre Plans, elevations and views of Versailles {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.84-98] The prints listed above, all from George Collins Levey’s 1879 donation to the

Carracci, Annibale (1540-1609; Italian)

Works after Annibale Carracci (or works formerly attributed to him) included in this catalogue Albert [Prince] after Carracci (Agostino) [attrib.] Eagles 1841 {1893} NGV [ET] Baudet after Carracci (Annibale) Martyrdom of St Stephen 1677 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.17] Chasteau after Carracci (Annibale) Assumption of the Virgin {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.20] Chasteau after Carracci (Annibale) Martyrdom of

Valentin de Boulogne (1591-1632: French)

Works included in this catalogue Baudet after Valentin Tribute Money {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.11] Rousselet after Valentin The Four Evangelists {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.21-24]  After arriving in Rome in about 1620, Valentin was initially heavily influenced by Caravaggio; but he then developed a distinctive blend of the latter’s immediacy with classicizing

Spada, Leonello (1576-1622; Italian)

Works included in this catalogue Audran after Spada: Aeneas saving his father {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.34] Picart after Spada: The Concert {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, no.38]  Spada, known largely as a genre painter in the lineage of Caravaggio, may seem an unlikely choice as the author of two paintings reproduced in Louis XIV’s Tableaux du

Maclise, Daniel (1806-70; Irish)

Works after Maclise included in this catalogue * Sharpe after Maclise Death of Nelson 1876 {1878} Loc? [PR] * Simmons after Maclise Noah’s Sacrifice 1857 {by 1894} Loc? [PR] * Stocks after Maclise Wellington and Blücher 1876 {1878} Loc? [PR] Maclise, whose career was spent largely in London, specialized in historical subjects. The two engravings donated to the Melbourne collection in 1878, made by Sharpe

Willmore, James Tibbits (1800-1863; English)

Works included in this catalogue Willmore (J.) after Leitch Villa of Lucullus at Misenum 1851 {1868} NGV [PR] Willmore (J.) after Turner (J.M.W.) Italian Landscape {1868} Loc? [PR] Willmore worked mainly as a landscape engraver, reproducing paintings by various contemporaries, amongst them Creswick and Ansdell (see Creswick & Ansdell England 1850 {1878} NGV [PA]), Landseer,

Willmore, Arthur (1814-88; English)

Works included in this catalogue * Willmore (A.) after Gill Collegiate Grammar School {1868} Loc? [PR] * Willmore (A.) after Gill Wesleyan Church, Melbourne {1868} Loc? [PR] Willmore was one of the main engravers responsible for the prints after S.T.Gill included in Victoria Illustrated, first published in 1857 by Sands & Kenny, Melbourne, and described in

Volpato, Giovanni (1735-1803; Italian)

Works included in this catalogue * Volpato after Raphael Deliverance of St Peter {by 1894} Loc? [PR] * Volpato after Raphael The School of Athens {by 1894} Loc? [PR] Volpato first worked in Venice and then moved to Rome in 1771, making his name with engravings after Raphael’s Stanze and the Carracci. He later excavated archaeological

Raeburn, Henry (1756-1823; Scottish)

Works after Raeburn included in this catalogue * Dawe after Raeburn (?) Lord Alexander Abercromby {by 1894} Loc? [PR] * Turner (C.) after Raeburn The Honble David Hume {by 1894} Loc? [PR] Raeburn, a noted portrait painter, was elected RA in 1815 and knighted in 1822. Several of his characterful portraits entered the NGV’s painting

Michelangelo Buonarotti (1475-1564; Italian)

Pre-Felton works after Michelangelo * Béatrizet after Michelangelo: The Last Judgement {by 1894} Loc? [PR] Schoenfeld after Michelangelo The Crucifixion 1860 {1868} NGV [PR] * Unknown after Michelangelo Battle of Pisa {by 1905} Loc? [PR] Reproductive engravings after Michelangelo’s paintings and sculptures were already circulating well before his death, often providing a valuable record of

Ham, Thomas (1821-70; English/Australian)

Works included in this catalogue Ham (T.) Post Office, Melbourne {1868} SLV [PR] Ham (T.) after Strutt (?) Opening of Prince’s Bridge 1851 {1868} SLV? [PR] Ham, born in Devon, arrived in Melbourne with his Baptist minister father John and family in December 1842, and stayed in the city until 1860, then moving to Brisbane for

Gruner, Ludwig (1801-82; German)

Works included in this catalogue * Gruner after Raphael Conversion of Saul 1864 {by 1894} Loc? [PR] * Gruner after Raphael The Deluge 1866 {1876} Loc? [PR] * Gruner after Raphael Joseph sold into Egypt {1876} Loc? [PR] * Gruner after Raphael Martyrdom of St Stephen 1867 {by 1894} Loc? [PR] The engraver – known in England

Goltzius, Hendrick (1558-1617; Dutch)

Works included in this catalogue * Goltzius Adoration of the Magi 1594 {by 1894} Loc? [PR] * Goltzius The Visitation 1593 {by 1894} Loc? [PR] Goltzius, a prolific printmaker and painter who lived in Haarlem, produced a series of six engravings from the life of the Virgin Mary, in 1593-4, parodying other artists’ styles. These

Rousselet, Gilles (1610-86; French)

Works included in this catalogue Rousselet after Domenichino David singing {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.6] Rousselet after van Dyck St Anthony of Padua {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.29] Rousselet after Poussin Eliezer and Rebecca {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.2] Rousselet after Poussin Finding of Moses{1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.3] Rousselet after Raphael St Michael {1879}

Poussin, Nicolas (1594-1665; French)

Pre-Felton works after Poussin Chasteau after Poussin The Gathering of Manna 1680 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.4] Chasteau after Poussin Jesus healing the blind {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.10] Chasteau after Poussin Pyrrhus hidden from the enemies of his father 1676 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.35]  Chasteau after Poussin St Paul lifted up {1879}

Picart, Étienne (1632-1721; French)

Works included in this catalogue Picart after Bonifazio Veronese Holy Family 1682 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.8] Picart after Correggio Allegory of Vice 1676 {1879} NGV [PR][Levey gift, cat.37] Picart after Correggio Mystic Marriage of St Catherine {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.26] Picart after Correggio Virtue triumphant over Vice 1672 {1879} NGV [PR]

Chauveau, François (1613-76; French)

Works included in this catalogue Chauveau Grand Apartment of the Tuileries Palace 1710 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.66-78] Le Pautre (J.) & Chauveau Divertissements de Versailles…1674 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.128-33] (no.2 is by Chauveau) Chauveau was one of the group of talented engravers who documented the architecture and festivals of Louis XIV: see also

Le Pautre, Jean (1618-82; French)

Works included in this catalogue Le Pautre (J.) Feste de Versailles du 18 Juillet 1668 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.123-27] Le Pautre (J.) & Chauveau Les Divertissements de Versailles…1674 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.128-33] (5 of the 6 engravings are by Le Pautre; no.2 is by Chauveau)  Le Pautre was a highly productive engraver

Hardouin-Mansart, Jules (1646-1708; French)

Works after Hardouin-Mansart included in this catalogue Le Pautre (P.) after Hardouin-Mansart Ecuries du Roy… Versailles 1689 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.99-100] Nolin after Hardouin-Mansart L’Orangerie de Versailles 1688 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.101-102] Jules Hardouin, who adopted the name of his famous uncle Francois Mansart, designed various Paris buildings including the church of

Perrault, Claude (1613-78; French)

Works after Perrault included in this catalogue Bérain Plan General du Chasteau du Louvre {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.39-40] Le Clerc Installation of the Louvre Pediment 1677 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.41] These engravings document the key role played by Perrault in the reconstruction of the Louvre and Tuileries Palaces during the early years of Louis

Le Clerc, Sébastien (1637-1714; French)

Works included in this catalogue Le Clerc 17 engravings from the Grandes Conquêtes du roi {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.134ff.] Le Clerc Installation of the Louvre Pediment 1677 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.41] Le Clerc Visit of Louis XIV to the Jardin du roi {1879} NGV [PR][Levey gift, cat.174] Le Clerc, born in Metz, was admitted

Jeaurat, Edme (1668-1738; French)

Works included in this catalogue Jeaurat after Le Brun Interview of Louis XIV & Phillip IV 1728 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.175] Jeaurat after Le Brun Marriage of Louis XIV & Maria Theresa 1731 {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.176] These engravings document two of Le Brun’s tapestries, from a famous series on the life

Edelinck, Gérard (1640-1707; Flemish/French)

Works included in this catalogue Edelinck after Raphael Holy Family {1879} NGV [PR] [Levey gift, cat.7] Edelinck after Turchi The Deluge 1681 {1868} NGV [PR] Edelinck arrived in Paris in 1666 and became a French citizen in 1675; he was designated Premier Dessinateur of the Cabinet du Roi, and is generally regarded as the greatest