Le Statue e li Bassirilievi inventati e scolpiti in marmo dal Cavaliere Alberto Thorwaldsen scultore danese. Disegnati ed incisi dai Riepenhausen e da Ferdinando Mori
Rome, [Ferdinando Mori], 1811 (issued c. 1817)
A series of line engravings documenting statues and reliefs produced in Thorvaldsen’s Roman workshop, eleven drawn and engraved by the brothers Franz (1786-1831) and Johannes (1788-1860) Riepenhausen, the remainder by the engraver-publisher Ferdinando Mori (1775/1782-1852). It is heralded as one of the earliest publications reproducing works by a modern artist, and responsible for focusing the attention of all Europe on the sculptor.