References: See Brunet III, 1443. Landwehr 502. Goldsmith M 47.
36 x 23.8 cm
Abraham van Diepenbeeck (9 May 1596 (baptised) - May-Sept. 1675) was an erudite and accomplished Dutch painter of the Flemish School. It was after a visit to Italy that the artist began to paint chiefly in oil and to illustrate. Among his illustrations are fifty-eight designs engraved by Cornelis Bloemaert for the Abbe de Marolles' "Tableaux du Temple des Muses". During the reign of Charles I of England, van Diepenbeeck was in England where, besides painting portraits of the first Duke of Newcastle and his family, the artist illustrated that nobleman's book on "Horsemanship".
Fine watermarked laid paper.
Light age toning to margins.
- Abraham van Diepenbeeck (1596-1675); Cornelis Bloemaert (1603-1692)
- Titolo dell'opera
- Mythology - Harpies attack Phineus - Folio engraving - First State
- 1700 e periodo precedente
- Firmato su lastra
- First State: See Brunet III, 1443. Landwehr 502.
- Buone condizioni
- Dimensioni totali
- 360×238×0 mm