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 sites in Ostia and elsewhere, communicating closely with Gavin Hamilton.

Raffaello Morghen, one of Volpato’s pupils, also became his son in law: see * Morghen after Leonardo Last Supper 1800 {1872} Loc? [PR].

Refs.

See Bénézit 14, p.462 (as 1733-1803) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giovanni_Volpato (with further references)