Engraving - Signed - C. 1590
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Title of artwork:||The Departure of the Angel, by De gheyn|
|Artist:||Karel van Mander I (1548 - 1606)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Picture size (in cm):||24,20 x 18,50 cm|
A good impression on early watermarked laid paper with full plate border and small margins. Upper left slightly rubbed and soiled.
The Story of Tobias
The Departure of the Angel; the Archangel Raphael standing at left and taking leave from Tobias and Tobit, the men surrounded by chests with coins; ; after Karel van Mander. c.1590
Print made by: Jacques de Gheyn II
After: Karel van Mander I
Date: 1590 (c.)
New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) 44 (Karel van Mander)
New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) 463 (The De Gheyn family)
Karel van Mander I ( Flemish; 1548 - 1606)
Painter, rhetorician and historian of Netherlandish art, author of the Schilderboeck of 1604. Born near Kortrijk; 1574-1577 in Italy; 1583-1603 in Haarlem; from 1603 in Amsterdam where he died. Career disrupted by the wars, moving around Flanders. About 30 paintings survive, so mainly known as prolific designer for prints. Pupil of Pieter Vlerick (c.1539-1581) and Lucas de Heere.
Jacques de Gheyn II ( Dutch; 1565 - 1629)
Draughtsman, engraver and publisher; born in Antwerp, his father being a glass-painter and print dealer. Trained with Goltzius in Haarlem 1585-90; then settled in Amsterdam; in 1592 de Gheyn began to publish prints himself, some after his own designs but still many after van Mander; like Goltzius, he gave up printmaking and publishing to paint in 1600. Master of Zacharias Dolendo.
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|Member since:||March 29, 2014|
Excelent, as usual.
two good etchings: the draftman in front of a coastal landscape by Claude Gellée and the hurdy-gurdy player by Joris van Vliet
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