Rare etching designed by Paulus Bril (1554-1626)
|Artist:||Willem II van Nieulandt (1584-1635)|
|Title of artwork:||De Italiaanse landschappen - Ca. 1610|
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Sold with frame:||No|
Very rare print!
Not included in the British Museum.
Not mentioned in literature.
There is a proof edition in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam detailed with brown brush. Collection Rijksmuseum -1(5)
The print is similar to a series of 36 etchings with Italian landscapes after Paulus Bril by Van Nieulandt (Hollstein 76-111).
In front of two covered ruins there are shepherds, women and children resting with their sheep.
These are ruins of the Titus-thermal baths in Rome.
A good print published by Pierre Mariette.
With full image framing and text lining on handlaid paper. Doubled and in mat.
Willem II van Nieulandt (1584-1635)
Pupil of Jacob Savery, when Savery died he went to Rome to become a pupil of Paulus Bril. He was the ideal person to engrave the Bril landscapes He is to be placed among the first generation of Italianates who incorporated the Italian landscape in the Flemish-Dutch engraving art.
Paulus Bril (1554 - 1626 )
Paulus was the younger brother of Mathias Bril and they were together in Rome when Mathias drown in the Tiber. Both brothers were born in Antwerp but their father, also a known painter was born in Breda (NL).
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