Engraver: Berardi, Fabio (1728-1788) Italian
After: Zais, Giuseppe (1709-1784) Italian
Under the image - verses on old-Italian.
Fabio Berardi was an Italian engraver of the Baroque period, active in Tuscany. He was born in Siena. He went to Venice when young, and trained under Joseph Wagner in his workshop.
Giuseppe Zais was an Italian painter of landscapes (vedutisti) who painted mostly in Venice. He was born in Forno di Canale. He was influenced in his vedute by Marco Ricci and later Francesco Zuccarelli, who helped train him. He is best known for frescoes in Villa Pisani in Stra. A member of the Academy of Painters in Venice from 1774.