Engraving - Signed - Ca. 1580
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Autumn, Dirck Barendsz invent.|
|Artist:||Jan Sadeler I (1550-1600)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Total dimensions (in cm):||20 x 25 cm|
|Picture size (in cm):||17,40 x 22,60 cm|
Good early impression pasted on a collection sheet. vague stain middel left.
Autumn. Landscape with male personification wearing wine leaves in his hair and seated on the ground at centre, leaning on a tub with grapes and taking grapes from a basket at right, a tent and a cart loaded with wine barrels beyond; after Dirk Barendsz. c.1580-1582
This is one of a series of four (The seasons)
Engraving titled in top centre: "AVTVMNVS".
Signed in lower part of impression: "I. Sadeler scalps." and "Theodor. Bernard. inuet.".
Lettered in Latin in lower margin, two lines in two columns: "Pomifer Autumnus, ... / ... ad Brumæ tempus aduret, ouans.".
Hollstein 501, only state
Jan Sadeler I ( 1550 - 1600)
Engraver and publisher, eldest of three brothers (with Aegidius I and Raphael I); originally Antwerp; c.1579 to Cologne, often returning to Antwerp; from 1588-95 court engraver in Munich with Raphael I; both left Munich in 1595 and moved to Venice via Verona; imperial privilege 1581, renewed 1593; papal privilege granted c.1598. Jan died in Venice in 1600 and his son Justus took over the firm there. Raphael returned to Munich.
Dirck Barendsz. (1534 - 1592)
Painter, working in Amsterdam and Venice. Born in Amsterdam; 1555 to Rome; worked in Venice in workshop of Titian; around 1562 back in Amsterdam.
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