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after Jacob Pynas

When Micaiah appears before King Ahab he predicts a disaster. The king dies in his chariot (1 Kings 22:21-22 & 34-35).
Braunschweig, , inv./cat.nr. Z. 714
whereabouts
Object information
Object category
drawing
Support/medium
paper, pen in brown ink, washed
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (portrait format) 205 x 176 mm
Current attribution
after Jacob Pynas
Bron: Dorine van Sasse van Ysselt (2005)
Rejected attribution
Jonas Umbach
volgens Gernsheim-lijst
Jan Pynas
Date
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1607 - 1650
werkzame periode Jacobus Pynas
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  • after
    Jacob Pynas
    tekening in Brussel, Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten, verzameling de Grez, cat. 1913, nr. 2956, als Jan Pynas; P. Schatborn, 'Tekeningen van de gebroeders Jan en Jacob Pynas', Bulletin van het Rijksmuseum 45 (1997), p. 3-25, afb.17, als Jacob Pynas, De profeet Micha bij de stadsmuur van Samaria

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Entered on: 2005-09-02; Last modification: 2017-09-05

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