Stefano della Bella  (Italian, 1610-1664) 

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Stefano della Bella, Divers Paysages

 

Stefano della Bella
Divers Paysages
David Tunick, Inc.
Stefano della Bella, A Polish Horseman, seen from the back

 

Stefano della Bella
A Polish Horseman, seen from the back
David Tunick, Inc.
Stefano della Bella, A Polish Horseman, in profile to the right

 

Stefano della Bella
A Polish Horseman, in profile to the right
David Tunick, Inc.
Stefano della Bella, Landscape with a Peasant Woman Approaching a Farmhouse

 

Stefano della Bella
Landscape with a Peasant Woman Approaching a Farmhouse
Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd
Stefano della Bella, Figures Picking Grapes in an Extensive Landscaoe, Mountains in the Distance

 

Stefano della Bella
Figures Picking Grapes in an Extensive Landscaoe, Mountains in the Distance
Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd
 
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Stefano della Bella, Trois Autruches (Parodie des Trois Grâces)

 

Stefano della Bella
Trois Autruches (Parodie des Trois Grâces)
pen and ink, wash and pierre noire on paper

 

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Stefano della Bella, Tête de femme au turban dans un cartouche

 

Stefano della Bella
Tête de femme au turban dans un cartouche
pen and ink on paper

 

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Stefano della Bella, Femme portant son baluchon sur le bras gauche, Femme drapée vue de dos (2 sketches)

 

Stefano della Bella
Femme portant son baluchon sur le bras gauche, Femme drapée vue de dos (2 sketches)
pen and ink w/pierre noire

 

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  A hugely talented and prolific artist, Stefano della Bella succeeded Jacques Callot as Medici court designer and printmaker. Between 1639 and 1650 he worked in France, establishing a flourishing career in Paris and publishing numerous prints; indeed, the majority of his prints date from this fertile period. After his return to Florence in 1650, Della Bella continued to enjoy Medici patronage. His oeuvre numbers over 1,000 etchings, and many times more drawings; all works of considerable energy and inventiveness.