By RAPHAEL MENGS, (Antonia Raphael,) a Bohemean Painter, born at Auzig, a town in Bohemia, in 1728, and died in 1779, aged 51; he was a disciple of his Father, a Painter in Miniature and Enamel. His father took him at an early age to Rome, where he studied the antiques and Works of Raphael, and Michael Angelo. He was employed by many crowned heads, but particularly Charles the III, King of Spain, who succeeded Ferdinand the VI. [P. 6.]
Exhibition of Oil Paintings by the Old Masters. Printed by A.E. Miller, No. 4. Broad-street. Charleston, S.C.