A very interesting aspect of the history of Tarot, in addition to the decks of cards, is a quantity of works of art that show scenes of various kinds related to the game, magic, religion and society in the broadest sense. I am speaking about paintings, engravings, sculptures and other artifacts.
In this article will be analyzed three engravings that Rinascimento Italian Style Art has recently reprinted to offer to Tarot lovers and card games passionate in general. These three reprints, also on sale on ETSY (complete with a technical data sheet), came from the pen of a great artist of the Baroque era, Giuseppe Maria Mitelli.
Giuseppe Maria Mitelli was son of the famous painter Agostino Mitelli (Bologna 1609 – Madrid 1660). He too was an excellent painter, but above all he was one of the most prolific engravers of the seventeenth…
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