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Annibale Carracci

(1560-1609), Artist

Sitter associated with 3 portraits
Artist associated with 10 portraits

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The Agony in the Garden, published by Alexander Browne, after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D11451

The Agony in the Garden

published by Alexander Browne, after Annibale Carracci
mezzotint, circa 1684
NPG D11451

Lamentation, by Isaac Beckett, published by  John Smith, after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D11718

Lamentation

by Isaac Beckett, published by John Smith, after Annibale Carracci
mezzotint, 1684 (1599-1600)
NPG D11718

Holy Family with St John ('Madonna Montalto'), by Henry Bone, after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17384

Holy Family with St John ('Madonna Montalto')

by Henry Bone, after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1806
NPG D17384

Called Annibale Carracci, by Henry Bone, possibly after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17436

Called Annibale Carracci

by Henry Bone, possibly after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, September 1807
NPG D17436

Holy Family with Cherries, by Henry Bone, after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17477

Holy Family with Cherries

by Henry Bone, after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, May 1807 (circa 1593)
NPG D17477

'Clytie', by Henry Bone, possibly after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17400

'Clytie'

by Henry Bone, possibly after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1809
NPG D17400

Holy Family in the Carpenter's Shop, by Henry Bone, probably after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17484

Holy Family in the Carpenter's Shop

by Henry Bone, probably after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, July 1811
NPG D17484

Madonna and Child with St John ('Il Silenzio'), by Henry Bone, after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17390

Madonna and Child with St John ('Il Silenzio')

by Henry Bone, after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1814 (circa 1680)
NPG D17390

Probably Annibale Carracci, probably by Henry Pierce Bone, probably after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17397

Probably Annibale Carracci

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, probably after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1832 or before (1590s-1600s)
NPG D17397

Probably Annibale Carracci, probably by Henry Pierce Bone, probably after  Annibale Carracci - NPG D17317

Probably Annibale Carracci

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, probably after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1851 or before (1590s-1600s)
NPG D17317

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