|Condition:||In good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Animalium Quadrupedium - ca.1597|
|Artist:||Adriaen Collaert (1560-1618)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Total dimensions (in cm):||26 by 18 cm.|
|Picture size (in cm):||12 by 19 cm|
Measures 12 by 19 cm on a sheet of watermarked laid paper of 26 by 18 cm.
Condition: Very good inside the plate border, the large margins slightly soiled at the corners.
From a series of nineteen plates 'Animalium Quadrupedum' showing four-legged animals
First state with address of Collaert. c.1597. Engraving
Landscape with bull, ape, fox and porcupine
New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) 1485.I (The Collaert Dynasty)
This series is in relation with the famous series of landscapes with fish and birds, als engraved and published by Collaert. Famous because of the natural depiction of the animals and famous because of the wonderful Flemish landscape setting.
This is one of a series of nineteen plates showing four-legged animals These prints were first published by Adriaen Collaert in Antwerp around 1597; later republished by Theodoor and Johannes Galle between 1636 and 1677. Several animals on the plates have been copied after the series with the same title by Marcus Geraerts, published in Antwerp in 1583 by Eduard van Hoeswinckel. Several copies of this series exist.
This however is a first state as published in Antwerp around 1597 although this one it does not bear the publisher address of Adrian Collaert,
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|Member since:||March 29, 2014|
Beautiful print, very good package. Very good seller! Thanks!
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