Art work by perhaps the most 'Italian' Flemish painter, Influenced by Parmigianino.
|Condition:||Overall in fairly good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Christ teaching in the Synagogue|
|Artist:||Adriaen de Weerdt (1510 - 1590)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Picture size (in cm):||26 x 20,20 cm on plate border|
Impression on laid paper with full plate border and tread margins. Good plate tone. Middle fold teared in a bit.
Backed on a piece of canvas.
Christ teaching in the Synagogue; Christ standing at the top of some steps at left, surrounded by a crowd of listeners; after Adriaen de Weert; second state with address of Overadt
This is the tenth from a series of thirteen numbered plates after Adriaen de Weerdt (Hollstein 1-13), by an unknown engraver (possibly Isaac Duchemin). The series was subsequently published by Weerdt, Peter Overadt, Hieronymus Bosch and Claes Jansz. Visscher.
Hollstein 10.II (after Adriaen de Weerdt)
Adriaen de Weerdt (painter/draughtsman; Flemish; (1510 - 1590)
Painter and draughtsman. He worked in Brussels and Cologne. He was in Italy. In 1577 he received the citizenship of Cologne, where he became a member of the painter's guild. Supporter of the Augsburg Confession of Melanchthon. In 1579 he was arrested in Cologne at a secret gathering of Lutherans. Friend and collaborator of Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert. Influenced by Parmigianino
Peter Overadt (publisher/printer; German; 1596 - 1632; fl)
Suggested engraver by Rijksmuseum and British Museum: : Isaac Duchemin (Born Brussels - Died Cologne 1590)
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