Jan l' Admiral after Willem van Swanenburg after Paulus Moreelse

Portrait of Abraham Bloemaert (1566-1651) and Tobias Verhaecht (1561-1631), ca. 1764
The Hague, RKD - Nederlands Instituut voor [..]
<a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/92013" title="Jan l' Admiral"><span class="text">Jan l' Admiral</span></a> after <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/76189" title="Willem van Swanenburg"><span class="text">Willem van Swanenburg</span></a> after <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/57653" title="Paulus Moreelse"><span class="text">Paulus Moreelse</span></a>
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part of a book

in deel 2
paper, etching, 2nd state
voor de eerdere staat (zonder cijfers en letters) zie kunstwerknummer 189899
rectangle (portrait format) 155 x 115 mm
afmetingen binnen plaatrand; afmetingen blad: 213 x 132 mm
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c. 1764 (1764)
De prent is voor het eerst in 1764 verschenen.
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K. van Mander, Het leven der doorluchtigen Nederl. en eenige Hoogd. Schilders [...], vermeerderd door Jac. de Jong, Amsterdam 1764, t.o.v. p. 192
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Entered on: 2009-07-07; Last modification: 2016-03-07


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