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Ornamento delle belle & virtuose donne, page 20 (verso)

Ornamento delle belle & virtuose donne, page 20 (verso)

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Published by Matteo Pagano, Italian, 1515-1588, Venice, bound by Lloyd, Wallis & Lloyd, British, active London after 1821. From top to bottom, and left to right:Design composed of 4 vertical columns. First column is very narrow and is decorated with a black-and-white checkerboard pattern. Second column is decorated with a pattern of diamonds, each containing an 8-petaled flower. Third column is decorated with an interlace pattern forming a series of diamonds. Fourth column is decorated with a central flower, flanked by 2 birds in profile followed by a castle.
Matteo Pagano (Italian, 1515–1588) , Venice
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Date

1554
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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