Autels Trepieds et Instruments de Musique (Altars, Tripods and Musical Instruments)

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Title

Autels Trepieds et Instruments de Musique (Altars, Tripods and Musical Instruments)

Creator

Pierre-Philippe Choffard (1730 - 1809)(draughtsman and engraver), after etchings by
Pierre Adrien Pâris (1745 - 1819)(original artist, painter, architect, draughtsman, decorator, engraver), based on drawings by

Publisher

Jean-Claude Richard de Saint-Non (1727 - 1791), draughtsman, etcher, aquatinter: Paris, France.
printed by Hauer, rue S. Ursule: Paris, France.

Date

1700/1799

Type

Monograph
Etching

Format

8 7/8 x 6 3/8 in (22.5 x 16.2 cm)

Source

Library of Congress: Washington D.C., USA.

Is Part Of

Originally published in a book compiled by Jean-Claude Richard de Saint-Non (1727 - 1791).

Abstract

An image of a "circular" triangle alongside a sistrum. The text reads,"Different Antiques discovered in Herculaneum preserved in the Museum of Portici near Naples".

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Citation

Pierre-Philippe Choffard (1730 - 1809)(draughtsman and engraver), after etchings by and Pierre Adrien Pâris (1745 - 1819)(original artist, painter, architect, draughtsman, decorator, engraver), based on drawings by, “Autels Trepieds et Instruments de Musique (Altars, Tripods and Musical Instruments),” The Triangle Research Hub, accessed July 18, 2024, https://triangleresearchhub.omeka.net/items/show/94.