Jan van der Straet

Triumph of the Church, kort voor/in 1593
New York City, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design [..]
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part of a series

nr. 3 in een serie van 4 voorstellingen van ' De triomf van de Kerk' . Behorend tot een omvangrijke verzameling verknipte schetsboekblaadjes.
paper, black chalk, pen in brown ink, brown wash
rectangle (landscape format) 102 x 145 mm
Information about the signature, dating, inscription or any other mark on the front or back of the art work
  • inscription topside (positional attribute): Terso / [...] sacra scritura (doorgestreept) / chiese
    de derde, H. Schrift, Kerk
  • inscription lower left: S / agustinus / umana / ratio (doorgestreept) dona / insolens / sacra scritura
    H. Augustinus, de menselijke rede, vrouw met stralenkrans, H. Schrift
  • inscription lower right: Donatus / 3 eretici / dottori
    Donatus, drie ketterse geleerden
  • inscription bottom (positional attribute): unna done ionck chese den heleghen gest sprecht in aer orre / de vrauwe zet op de werlet met cinders rontomme / met tafelkens in de andt 3 ghevangen achter
  • voor notitie betreffende de voorstelling zie inv. nr. 1947-58-2 verso (kunstwerknummer 239405)
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Jan van der Straet
Exact or approximate dating of the described art work; the search parameters adopted for this art work in this database, are found in brackets.
shortly before/in 1593 (1592 - 1593)
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Creation date: 2013-08-28; Last modified date: 2020-01-23


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