Etching by Salvator Rosa (1615-1673) depicting Alexander in Apelle’s studio. No. 80 of the Bozzolato catalog. Salvator Rosa, or Salvatore Rosa (Naples, 22 July 1615 – Rome, 15 March 1673), was an Italian painter, engraver and poet of the Baroque era. Born in Naples, active in Rome and Florence (as well as in his hometown), he was a heterodox and rebellious character with a lively life, with almost pre-romantic attitudes.

Period: 17th century
Measurements: In frame H 74 x L 47 cm / Sheet H 46 x L 27.2 cm