Cornelis Bloemaert II c. 1630 - Statue of Apollo with Harp

Catalog Number 53007
 
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Artist Biography:

Cornelis Bloemaert II [1603 – 1684] born in Utrecht and studied with his Father Abraham. Originally trained as a painter he devoted himself primarily to print making learned from Crispijn van de Passe. He traveled to Paris in the year 1630 creating prints and in 1633 traveled to Rome. He made many prints of Italian paintings and statuary. He was a member of the Bentvueghels with the nickname Winter and died in Rome

Date:

c. 1630

Source:

Galleria Giustiniana del Marchese Vincenzo Giustiniani (Rome 1631)

Volume:

1

Plate No.:

54

Description:

Statue of Apollo with harp

Print Method:

Copper plate engraving on heavy paper stock

Condition:

Overall Excellent with minor hole in margin; will definitely frame out

Size of Print:

36.8 x 23.2 cm. Approximately [14.5 x 9.125 in.]

Size of Leaf:

36.8 x 23.2 cm. Approximately [14.5 x 9.125 in.]

References:

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal - National Library of Portugal; Philadelphia Museum of Art 1985-52-29400; BNF.

Price:
$350.00
SKU:
53007
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