Arader Galleries

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Arader Galleries
Arader Galleries is listed in the Art Galleries Dealers & Consultants category in New York, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Arader Galleries which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arader Galleries on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

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29 E 72nd St
New York, NY 10021
(212) 628-3668
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Jacques Callot (1592-1635), Triumph of the Virgin, 1625, Etching https://t.co/B3nIaRELOA


A Wonderful Grouping of James Ward's Lions and Tigers! Published: 1799, London, by James Ward and Co. Mezzotint wit twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Join us for the Charleston Antiques Show! It is to be held March 17-19. For more info call 215-735-8811 or check ou twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Join us for the Charleston Antiques Show! It is to be held March 17-19. For more info call 215-735-8811 or check out https://www.historiccharleston.org/CAS.aspx Hope to see you there!

A Fantastic Wall Map of Rome Giambattista Nolli (1701-1756) Nuova Pianta Di Roma c. 1748 Engraving The 17 sheets comprising 'To the author' letter and engraved title on one double-page sheet, and index on 4 double-page sheets, the map of Rome on 12 double-page sheets including vignettes of allegorical figures after Stefano Pozzi together with Rome's monuments, and the dedication to Pope Benedetto XIV on the base of a column, the map set in an elaborate rococco border, together with a double-page general map of the city in 'modern' times and a similar map of ancient Rome. The finest of the eighteenth century plans of Rome and the first plan of the city based of geodetic principles. With Rocque's plan of London and Bretez's plan of Paris, Nolli's plan ranks as one of the greatest eighteenth century plans of any European city. Rome essentially appears in its Renaissance form with large areas within the ancient walls still occupied by villas with extensive fields, orchards and gardens. The Colosseum, for example, still stands in virtually open country. Many important ancient sites, such as the Circus Maximus and the Forum, are shown in an unearthed state. The lower sheets are almost entirely taken up by lavish, finely-engraved ornamentation in the style of Piranesi. In the lower left corner is a montage of classical landmarks, including the Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, the Forum and Trajan's Column, before which are allegorical figures including Romulus and Remus in the form of broken ancient statuary. The lower right corner contains an allegorical representation of the Church seated before Michaelangelo's assemblage of buildings on the Capitoline Hill.

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A Wonderful Grouping of James Ward's Lions and Tigers! James Ward (1769-1859) A Lion and Tiger Fighting Published: 1799, London, by James Ward and Co. Mezzotint with hand coloring Sheet size: 23 ¾ x 29 ¼” James Ward (1769-1859) A Tiger Disturbed While Devouring His Prey Published: 1799, London, by James Ward and Co. Mezzotint with hand coloring Sheet size: 24 x 30”

Check out our recent acquisition! Jacques Callot (1592-1635) Lubilatio Trumphi Virginis Deipara e Sub Urbano VIII P. P. Max (Triumph of the Virgin) Published: 1625, Nancy, France, by Israel Silvestre (1621-1691). First State Etching Sheet size: 22 1/16 x 14 ¼”


Our Website has a brand new look! Check it out here: aradergalleries.com

Our Website has a brand new look! Check it out here: https://aradergalleries.com/


#AraderGalleries will be at the @WinterAntiques Show next week! Visit Booth 62 to see what we have been squirreling away all year!