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Willem Panneels after Peter Paul Rubens

St. Christopher with the infant Christ on his shoulders, 1628-1630
Warsaw, Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie, inv./cat.nr. [..]
Object information
Object category
drawing
Physical connection
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.

part of a series

one of the set of drawings collected in the late 1620s by Rubens' pupil Willem Panneels, originally at least 707 folios, 463 of which are held in Copenhagen, Statens Museum for Kunst where they are referred to as Rubens's Cantoor
Support/medium
paper, black chalk, pen in brown ink, brown wash, indented
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (portrait format) 274 x 177 mm
Signature/inscription
Information about the signature, dating, inscription or any other mark on the front or back of the art work
  • inscription right: dit is bij cansgelijck den hercules / die ick geteekent hebbe naer rubens / dien hij geschieldert hadde naert / te loesf te weten het leenen op den stock /ende te vatten ende dat boen voor te / setten maersta et contrari
  • inscription lower center: Dese Christoffel is heel wel gecopieert / princepalijk dat rechte[r] been dat is heel / exceleen van omtreck naer mij duncken doen / ic het maekte
Date
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1628-1630 (1628 - 1630)
Artistically related
Artistically related to other work
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  • after
    Peter Paul Rubens
    reverse side of the left wing of the Descent from the Cross triptych, 1611-1614, from the Antwerp cathedral

Provenance
Exhibitions and literature
Visual documentation
Creation date: 2018-12-03; Last modified date: 2020-01-23

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