His general mark was B. F. V. F. that is Baptista Franco Venetiano fecit, and many of his very long plates are purely etchings ; he also varied the same plate often, as Rembrandt did, by changing whole groups, as will be shewn in the Catalogue anbsp;...
|Title||:||An essay on the utility of collecting the best works of the ancient engravers of the Italian school|
|Author||:||George Cumberland, British Museum. Dept. of Prints and Drawings, Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)|