Artist John Baptist Jackson, English, 1700-1777
Artist after Tintoretto, Italian, 1519-1594
Title
  • Crucifixion
Date 1741
Medium chiaroscuro woodcut printed in color ink from five blocks on laid paper
Dimensions Sheet (trimmed within image): 22 5/8 × 16 inches (57.5 × 40.6 cm)
Credit Line Founders Society Purchase, Hal H. Smith Fund
Accession Number 72.528.2
Department Prints, Drawings & Photographs
Not On View
Inscriptions On block, lower center: Illustrissimo & Nob: Viro Dno: Dno: / RICHARDO BOYLE Combi de Burlington & Cork & c. / Magnae Brittanniae & Hiberniae, Pari, Hiberniae Archi-thesaurario / Heredetario, Nobilisimi Or-dinis Periscelidis Equiti & c. / Optimae Architerae Instauratori ac Caeterarum Artium Liberalium Moecenati munificentissimo. / Singlorare hoc Opus a JACOBO ROBUSTI depictam in Schola S: ROCCI Venetiis / adservatum. J: B: Jackson Anglus qui Ligno Coelavit humillime. D. D. C. 1741...
1972-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Kainen, J. John Baptist Jackson: 18th Century Master of the Color Woodcut. Exh. cat., Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C., 1962, no. 22.