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Oval frame for the facade of a house, with lantern beneath

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A variation of -1820. The consoles are nearer to the wreath, with a shell above it. With the indications of the measurements of the picture: "3 1/6 to 4 1/3".

Papal coat of arms

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Below is a base like an entablature. Upon it, in the center, is a pedestal covered by a cloth which has been raised from the front by two winged female genii blowing trumpets. In the front is a wreath of two branches. Upon the pedestal are the keys and the tiara. Below is a garland. Usual background.

Coat of arms of Pope Pius VI

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Upon a broad base rises a pedestal in the center, with the coat of arms of the pope in a wreath at the front. On top the keys and the tiara. At left, upon the base, sits a winged female genius, blowing the trumpet. At right is a sketch: two winged figures standing upon a base support a drapery and the two crossed keys. On top the tiara. Usual background.

Escutcheon as an overdoor

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
An escutcheon in 17th century style, with a head above in the interval between scrolls, is supported by two sitting children, connected by festoons. The upper parts of two crossed cornucopias are on top, supporting a crown. Below is the upper part of the door case. Usual background.

Coat of arms

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
An escutcheon with a crown on top, above two crossed branches with a mask above the crossing point. Two angels flow beside it, the left one blowing the trumpet, the right one raising the trumpet with his left hand, supporting the crown with his right one. Usual background.

Coat of arms of Cardinal Vincenzo Maria Altieri

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Vertical rectangle. An escutcheon bears the six stars of the Altieri: - 3, 2, 1. On top a prelate's hat with tassels. The escutcheon is supported at left by a flying and trumpeting angel. At right flies Saturnus, supporting with his left hand the hat and raising with his right hand an hour-glass. Garlands and usual background.

Tablet and an escutcheon

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Below is a rectangularly framed tablet, rising in the center, with a mask in front. Upon it stands an escutcheon with on top a wreath with an inversed shell and a crown. Above, laterally, are the upper parts of weapons, below two putti sitting upon cornucopias, the left one with a helmet, the right one with a scale. Usual background.

Escutcheons

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Escutcheons.

Trophy with allegorical figure

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Trophy with allegorical figure.

Escutcheon

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Escutcheon.

Two allegorical portraits

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Two allegorical portraits.

Allegorical portrait

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Allegorical portrait

Frame for a papal inscription

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A tablet, the lower edge of which is curved upwards in the center, is supported by a lion's mask. Seemingly in front of the crossed papal keys, and branches hanging from them towards the mask. On top the tiara. Usual background.

Frame for a papal inscription

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A tablet with two circular arcs above and an angular broken edge below is in front of the crossed papal keys from which a tassel hangs on either side; two crossed branches below. Below the arcs are medallions, the left one with a bust portrait. Usual background.

Frame for papal inscription

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Above: an escutcheon framed by flower stems and above by the crossed papal keys. On top the tiara. Below, at left: a sketch for a flower stem. At right: section of the staircase of a terrace with a square in which the artist wrote the first word of the caption: "Lapide da Collocarsi in/ Albano nella Villa di Suo E[ccellen]za il P[rinci]pe D[on]/ Emilio Altieri per il Papa".

Frame for a papal inscription

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The oval tablet is framed by crossed stems springing from the mouth of a mask below. Above are the crossed keys and the tiara. Slight sketching in the tablet. Usual background.

Oval frame

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Framed by crossed flower stems. Above a wreath. Usual background.

Oval frame supported by two angels

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Two angels fly on either side, the left one supporting with his left arm a wreath on top, the right one carries flowers in his right hand. The angels are connected by a festoon. The background is slightly colored.

Oval frame supported by two angels

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A variation of the motifs as in -1838 with some deviations. The right angel apparently kneels; the legs of the left angel are completely visible. Usual background.

Inscription

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A drapery is intended to serve as a tablet. It is framed by two crossed branches which have on either side two crossed weapons. On top is a wreath with, inside, an escutcheon with a prelate's hat. Usual background.

Tablet with an inscription

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The inscription is written in a central rectangle with a more elaborate frame having spirals above, on top of outwards turned cherubim, at the sides, and moldings on top. In the upper band is a Maltese cross. Below the frame is an escutcheon-like console with an inner escutcheon. The whole is surrounded by a garland springing from the mouth of a mask and ending there. Laterally framed by leaves of two crossed branches. The paper next to it, at left and at right is colored. Written below, at right, by the artist: "In triplicata/propozzione". On the reverse, part of two pen sketches.

Design for Overmirror Decoration, Blank Roundel with Grotesques, for the Noble Cabinet of the Palazzo Altieri

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The scheme of 1901-39-1371; no representation in the circle. The festoons are supported by four bowknots, the outer ones are crossed by a wreath. Below, at left, is a base supporting a lamp and two vases with a flower stem. At right is a base with a statue upon a circular pedestal, between two lamps, supported by flower stems rising from a vase.

Blank roundel, flanked by grotesques, for decoration above mirror for the noble cabinet, Palazzo Altieri. (PDM '91)

Design for Overmirror Decoration for the Noble Cabinet, Palazzo Altieri

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
An inner circular frame is rectangularly framed. In the center stands an old bearded man, with a bunch of branches in his left hand. On top are probably two bunches of ears of grain. From a bowknot at left hang, laterally, an ax and a mace (?), a basin, at right a wreath, two weapons or tools, and a pitcher. Below are more objects. On the reverse are two drawings referring to the construction of conches, an obelisk, and "6 3 4 1/2". (RB '45)

Blank roundel, flanked by grotesques, for the decoration above the mirror, noble cabinet, Palazzo Altieri. (PDM '91)

Design for the Decoration Above a Mirror, Noble Cabinet, Palazzo Altieri

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A variation of 1901-39-1371. Below the medallion with Vestal are bunches of ears of grain. Below, at right, a lamp. The altar at left is supported by standing birds.

Roundel with a vestal, for decoration over mirror, noble cabinet, Palazzo Altieri. (PDM '91)
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