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Pieter de Jode I ( 1573 - 1634) - - Christ on the cross - Ca.1585

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Pieter de Jode I ( 1573 - 1634)  - - Christ on the cross - Ca.1585

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Engraving - Signed

Technique: Engraving
Year: 1550-1599
Condition: In good condition
Title of artwork: - Christ on the cross - Ca.1585
Signature: Signed
Artist: Pieter de Jode I ( 1573 - 1634)
Sold with frame: No

Measurements: 20,20 x 12,60 cm on plate border.
With full plate border on watermarked laid paper with small margins.
Very good condition

Christ on the cross. Christ on the Cross at centre, with the two Maries and St John Evangelist in mourning below under a stormy sky; a city landscape seen in the background.

Hollstein 454 (Maerten de Vos)

From a passion series first published by Gerard de Jode in his Thesaurus Novi Testamenti elegantissimis iconibus expressus continens historias atque miracula do[mi] ni nostri Iesu Christi.

Engraving (signed)
Pieter de Jode I ( 1573 - 1634)
Engraver, painter, art dealer and print publisher. Born in Antwerp, 1573. Son of Gerard de Jode ; brother of Cornelis ( Pupil of Hendrick Goltzius .). Married to Susanna Verhulst, niece of Pieter Coecke van Aelst and sister-in-law of Jan Brueghel I. Living in Italy, namely Venice and Siena (with Florimi), in the 1590s; Probably back in Antwerp by 1599, when he matriculated into the Guild of St Luke; Dean of the Guild, 1608; Travelled to Paris, 1631-32. On death of his mother and Cornelis, inherited family stock in 1601, which he transformed by selling the Bible to Visscher and the maps to Vrints. On death in 1634, business left to his widow. She died in 1650s and his son Pieter II took over.

Maarten de Vos ( 1532 - 1603)
Painter and draughtsman. Pupil of Pieter de Vos, follower of Frans Floris in Antwerp and presumably of Jacopo Tintoretto in Venice. 1550-1558 in Italy; visited Rome, Venice and possibly Florence. In 1558 master in the Antwerp Guild of St Luke. In 1571 and 1572 dean of the Guild of St Luke. From 1575 mainly print designs. Documented as a Lutheran in 1584, adapting to the prevailing Catholicism in 1585. On the Summer of 1589 a short stay in Ghent. Apart from his sons Daniel (1568-1605) and Maarten the Younger (1576-1613), eleven pupils were registered with the Guild of whom only Wenzel Coeberger (1573) is well known.


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