Pieter Bruegel (I)

Inertia (Desidia), 1557 gedateerd
Vienna, Graphische Sammlung Albertina, [..]
Mielke 1996, nr. 39 met afb.; Schröder/Metzger 2012, p. 98 en 100, nr. 42, afb. in kleur
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part of a series

The seven deadly sins or 'The vices'
paper, pen in brown-back ink, indented
rectangle (landscape format) 214 x 296 mm
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Pieter Bruegel (I)
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1557 (dated) (1557)
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Entered on: 1999-11-09; Last modification: 2017-09-11


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