Italian. 1488-1534. Goldsmith, niellist [sic], and engraver. "Raimondi's greatness consisted in his susceptibility, and in his power of reproduction--these are the qualities which constitute a great engraver. From his works, as from a mirror, we become familiar with his great contemporaries Raphael, Francia, and others; he caught their transient thoughts--the unfinished hasty sketches--and held them fast in the iron bands of his art; and he has contributed the most to the establishment of whatever is noble, in the Italian school of art." B. 245. [Pp. 11-12.]
Exhibition of Paintings, Engravings, Drawings, Aquarelles, and Works of Household Art, in the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition. MDCCCLXXV. Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1875. Printed and Stereotyped by Robert Clarke & Co.