Longhi speaks of him as "most unfaithful to his archetypes," and, "whatever the originals, being always Bartolozzi."
Many of the scarcer examples of Bartolozzi have been imitated.
Some lines of his on the lyre became the motto of an engraving by Bartolozzi.
In 1796, Bartolozzi, then a Royal Academician, executed his most beautiful book-plate.
The picture was engraved in that city by Bartolozzi, before either he or West went to England.
Frontispiece and engraved title, with portrait, by Bartolozzi.
Engravings after her works by Bartolozzi are most attractive; numerous as they were, good prints of them are now rare and costly.
But she is perhaps best known by the numerous engravings from her designs by Schiavonetti, Bartolozzi and others.
Sixty-eight portraits engraved by Bocquet, Bartolozzi, and others.
Those by Bartolozzi especially still find considerable favour with collectors.