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Jan de Bisschop

Two figures from the Arch of Constantine (left); triumph from the Arch of Titus in Rome with treasures from the Temple in Jerusalem
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, inv./cat.nr. [..]
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paper, pen and brush in brown
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Jan de Bisschop
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1643 - 1671
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    naar klassieke reliëfs op de Boog van Titus en de Boog van Constantijn in Rome, afgebeeld in: F. Perrier, Icones et segmenta illustrium e marmore tabularum quae Romae adhuc extant, delineata incisa et ad antiqueam formam restitua [...], Parijs 1645, pl. 1 (grote groep)

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Entered on: 2005-03-31; Last modification: 2017-08-30

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