Steso al suol, di Lieo ricolmo il seno Giace tra feste e suoni il buon Sileno. Beautiful and uncommon copper engraving of 1764. Measurement of the engraved part 35.5 cm x 46.5. Bacchanal with cherubs and satyrs who dance and drink wine. In the center, Silenus drunk, lying on the ground. Venetian print published by Francesco Aglietti. Sample trimmed to the footprint of copper, otherwise in good condition. Printed on laid paper with watermark of the three half moons. Engraved by Giacomo Leonardis (Palmanova, March 9, 1723 - Venice, March 6, 1797) He trained artistically under the guidance of Pietro Bainville (1664 - 1749) and then of Tiepolo after his move to Venice where he received a prize in the year d institution of the Accademia del Nudo at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. Its value consisted in preserving the character of the artist whose works he reproduced. He has recorded several tables by Italian masters, including Giuseppe Crespi, Sebastiano and Marco Ricci, Pietro Tempesta, Giulio Carpioni, Sebastiano Conca and Tintoretto as well as illustrations derived from drawings by Francesco Fontebasso, by Gaetano Zompini and Pietro Antonio Novelli.