Prints, salami, and cheese: Savoring the Roman festival of the Chinea

Moore, John E.
December 1995
Art Bulletin;Dec95, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p584
Academic Journal
Describes the etchings and prints related to the Chinea festival. Forms of homage to the Roman papacy; Relationship between prints and ephemeral structures represented; Background on production and distribution of etchings; Description of Giuseppe Vasi's works; Information provided in captions; Capturing Roman trades in Italy from the 1500s to the late 1700s; Etching style and materials used.


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