Ecce Homo, Christ shown to the people. Very large engraving.
Engraving after a drawing of Etienne Dupèrac (1535-1604),
Etienne Dupérac was a French renaissance architect painter who worked in Paris, Venice, Rome.
After the engraving of Cornelis Cort (1533-1578). made in 1572. Renaissance Dutch engraver, he started in Antwerp and went then to Italy. His engravings were published by Hiëronymus Cock in Antwerp and later in Rome.
Engraved by a high skilled 16th-17th century anonymous engraver.
In reverse after Bierens de Haan 82, 1948 / "L'oeuvre gravé de Cornelis Cort, graveur hollandais 1533-1578", 82.
In perfect condition, very good dark impression of this very rare engraving.
Printed on a large laid paper, with 5 mm -20 mm margins.
Some traces of aging, not disturbing.
Measurements engraving: 426 mm x 289 mm.
Measurements paper: 447 mm x 312 mm
A collector has written in old ink his name on the back. Not in Lugt collectors marks.
With a good watermark: grapes with french lily.
Delivered in a museum passepartout.
- Cornelis Cort (1538-1578) after, Etienne Dupérac (1535-1604) after, Anonymous.
- Titolo dell'opera
- Ecce Homo, Christ shown to the people. Very large engraving.
- 1700 e periodo precedente
- Non firmato
- Eccellenti condizioni
- Dimensioni totali
- 42.6×28.9×0 cm