Jan van der Straet

Wooded landscape with Elijah awakened and nourished by an angel on Mount Horeb (1 Kings 19:5-6, jaren 1595
New York City, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design [..]
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Reference in ‘composite artworks’: artworks that are/were connected, such as alterpieces, decorative pieces incorporated in panelling, and works of art that were intended to be displayed together, such as pendants and series.

double sided drawing, part of a sketch book, part of a series

onderdeel van een omvangrijke verzameling verknipte schetsboekblaadjes; voorstelling linksboven op een blad met vier voorstellingen;
onderdeel van een reeks van minimaal 15 niet in prent gebrachte voorstellingen van 'De Eucharistie'
paper, black chalk, pen in brown ink, grey and grey-brown wash
rectangle (landscape format) 155 x 211 mm
hele blad
Information about the signature, dating, inscription or any other mark on the front or back of the art work
  • inscription upper left: pomo granata
  • inscription upper right: Elia
  • inscription bottom (positional attribute): vestita a essere da saserdota
    de kleding moet zijn als van een priester
  • inscription bottom (positional attribute): langelo da de mangiar e bere ad Eelia stava sotto uno / albero non ersersite (doorgestreept) dormendosi nelombra elia / nella spelonca dio parlo con loi che fai tu qua in sino / al monte de dio Oreb, e fugli fatta ill parlare del signior / disendo helias che fatu qui
    de engel geeft Elia te eten en te drinken hij lag te slagen onder een boom in de schaduw Elia in de grot, god sprak tot hem wat doe je hier bij de Oreb de berg van god, en god sprak tot hem Elia wat kom je hier doen
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Jan van der Straet
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1595 (1595 - 1599)
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Creation date: 2013-01-09; Last modified date: 2020-01-23


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