Bindings, Illustrated - Quantity: 1
|Publication year oldest item:||2012|
|Author/ Illustrator:||Dirck de Bray|
|Book Title:||Boecken binden (1658)|
|Number of Books:||1|
|Publisher:||Atelier de Ganzenweide|
Unique copy, because it was bound in full parchment with ties by P. van Tiel.
Reprint - 151 pp. - oblong 23 × 17 cm.
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* Dirck de Bray (Haarlem, c. 1635 - Goch, 1694) was a Dutch painter, draughtsman, woodcutter, bookbinder and printmaker from the Golden Age.
De Bray was born in a family of artists. His father and teacher was Salomon de Bray, his brothers were Jan, Jacob and Joseph de Bray. Their mother, Anna Westerbaen, was a sister of the painter Jan Westerbaen and the poet-reverend Jacob Westerbaen. Their sister Cornelia married the painter Jan Lievens in 1648.
In 1651 Dirck de Bray apprenticed to the Haarlem bookbinder and bookseller Passchier van Wesbusch, where he was taught graphic techniques and printmaking. He was also an excellent woodcutter and made, among other things, a bust of his father. As a painter he mainly made still lifes of flowers in water-colour and oil. [Source: Wikipedia]
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