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Image, center: "Canto primo della prima cantica." Copperplate engraving by Baccio Baldini based on a drawing by Sandro Botticelli from Commento di Cristophoro Landino fiorentino sopra La comedia di Danthe Alighieri poeta fiorentino. Impresso in Firenze : per Nicholo di Lorenzo della Magna, 1481. Ann Mary Brown Collection. John Hay Library.
This edition contains one of the earliest attempts at using this medium for book illustration. The work was commissioned by Lorenzo d'Medici, and one hundred engravings were planned, one for each canto; blank spaces were left for them in the text. The first nineteen engravings were made, but the difficulty of printing them in position apparently proved to be too great: only the first two or three plates were printed on the text page; sixteen or seventeen others were printed separately to be pasted in. The results were poorly executed and grey, and the rest were never engraved.
Includes additions to Landino's commentary by Marsilio Ficino.