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Simon Frisius after Paulus Moreelse

Portrait of Abraham Bloemaert (1566-1651), 1609-1610
The Hague,
<a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/82156" title="Simon Frisius"><span class="text">Simon Frisius</span></a> after <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/57653" title="Paulus Moreelse"><span class="text">Paulus Moreelse</span></a>
whereabouts
Object information
Object category
print
Support/medium
paper, copper engraving, etching
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (portrait format) 205 x 125 mm
afmetingen binnen plaatrand; afmetingen blad: 243 x 170
Signature/inscription
Information about the signature, dating, inscription or any other mark on the front or back of the art work
  • inscription bottom (positional attribute): ABRAHAMUS BLOEMAERT, / BATAV, PICT. / [in cursieve letter:] Pictor natura, usus vix ille magistro: / Arte hic egregiis nec tamen inferior. / Pinxit Aves, Naves, Hommes, Herbasque Ferasque, / Et laetos Flores FLORIDUS innumeros.'
Date
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1609-1610 (1609 - 1610)
deels naar schilderij uit 1609; onderhavige prent is voor het eerst gebruikt in een in 1610 verschenen boek
Print/illustration included in
Pictorum aliquot celebrium praecipuae Germaniae inferioris effigies, 3 delen, Den Haag 1610 (Van Someren I, 211a)
Theatrum honoris, in quo nostri Apelles saeculi, seu pictorum, qui patrum nostrorum memoria vixerunt [...], 3 delen , Amsterdam 1618 (Van Someren I, 211b)
Represented
IB number
Number related to the portrait iconography collection RKD.
2011643
Identification based on
opschrift
Artistically related
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Provenance
Exhibitions and literature
Documentation
Entered on: 2009-07-07; Last modification: 2016-03-07

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