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Teatro delle Nobili et Virtuose Donne..., page 37 (recto)

Teatro delle Nobili et Virtuose Donne..., page 37 (recto)

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Written by Isabella Catanea Parasole, Italian, ca. 1575-ca. 1625, published by Mauritio Bona, Rome. From top to bottom, and left to right:Design consists of a central section that is divided into halves and framed on the left by a decorative border labeled "P. 36" and on the right by a decorative border labeled "P. 22." Left side of middle section is comprised of 5 half-registers that are ornamented with various floral and foliage patterns formed by geometric shapes and curvilinear lines. The registers are labeled in the following order (from top to bottom): "P. 16," "P. 36," "P. 24," "P. 38," "P. 18." Similar to the left side, right side of middle section is comprised of 5 half-registers that are ornamented with various floral and foliage patterns formed by geometric shapes and curvilinear lines. The registers are labeled in the following order (from top to bottom): "P. 18," "P. 34," "P. 36," "P. 33," "P.18."
Isabella Catanea Parasole (Italian, ca. 1565/70–ca. 1625)
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1616
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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