The painters voyage of Italy in which all the famous paintings of the most eminent masters are particularised, as they are preserved in the several cities of Italy ...
Barri, Giacomo, ca. 1630-ca. 1690., Lodge, William, 1649-1689.
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The Palace of the Fontana adjoyning the Garden of the Most Serene Duke.

In a low Apartement you see a great Square Chamber with the Roof painted in Fresco, by the hand of Augustine Carache, singular works, and the last of the Author.

There is a beautifull Inscription in the praise of Picture.

In the Apartement of Squares there is in one Chamber a Square with Venus and Adonis, by the hand of Paulo Veronese.

There is also a Figure representing a River, by Carrache.

Then follow the Heads of the twelve Em∣perours in Chiaro Scuro, by the hand of Titian.

There is also another Square of many Animals, by the hand of Bassano.

You also see two Figures in two Squares but not finished, by the hand of Augustine Carrache.

There is seen likewise a little Square of two Ritrattos fixing a Crab-fish to the ears of a Cat and laughing, the work of Carache.

There is another Square, with a Psyche aloft, two little Figures, and the work of Tadeo Zuc∣charo.