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Pessime quid bipedum tentas, quid pectore volvis? Vach scelus horrendum Dominum sic prodis Iesum! Vix ausit Pluto quod tu moliris Iuda, Terribili dignus qui tandem morte perires. (Matthei.26.14.). Gravure originale du XVIIe siècle

Johannes STRADANUS (inventor) & Claes Jansz VISSCHER (attribué à)

Pessime quid bipedum tentas, quid pectore volvis? Vach scelus horrendum Dominum sic prodis Iesum! Vix ausit Pluto quod tu moliris Iuda, Terribili dignus qui tandem morte perires. (Matthei.26.14.). Gravure originale du XVIIe siècle

s.n., s.l. (Hollande) (Circa 1600), 33x27,5cm (cuvette: 25,5x20cm), une feuille.


Original etching made chisel by Claes Jansz Visscher, says Piscator after a painting of the sixteenth century Johannes Stradanus. Event on watermarked laid paper, working from the early seventeenth century. This is an illustration of the Gospels according to Matthew, 26.14. (Episode of the betrayal of Judas) Legend in Latin at the bottom of the engraving: "Pessime bipedum tentas quid, quid pectore Volvis Vach scelus horrendum Dominum sic prodis Iesum Vix AUSIT Pluto quod you moliris Iuda, Terribili dignus that tandem dead? perires ". Signatures of artists in the board. Reference character "a" in the lower right corner in the engraving, and handwritten "117" reference in the margin in the upper right corner. An old handwritten annotation in Greek characters in the right corner of the bowl. Visible watermark with transparency. Rare and tiny foxing and small marginal spots, two tiny tears marginal discrete trace of angular bend without damage to engraving, otherwise very good state of conservation for this extremely rare engraving and freshness. Johannes Stradanus said Giovanni Stradano or Jan van der Straet is a Flemish painter and engraver, born in Bruges in 1523 and died in Florence February 11, 1605. Having started to learn painting from his father, and following the death of last, he continued his training in the studio of Frank Maximiliaan (from 1535-1537), then in Antwerp Pieter Aertsen (from 1537-1540). In 1545, it is a free master in the Antwerp painters' guild. He begins a journey across Europe: in France, then in Italy, where he lived first in Venice, before settling in Florence. He worked for Cosimo I de 'Medici and collaborates with Giorgio Vasari for the decoration of the Studiolo of Francesco I de' Medici, and the room of Clement VII of the Palazzo Vecchio. In 1565, he was part of teams of painters and sculptors responsible, under the direction of Giorgio Vasari, to realize the gigantic stage for the entry in Florence Joan of Austria [1], on the occasion of her marriage François I de 'Medici. Greatly influenced by the mannerist, including Michelangelo, Johannes Stradanus contributes to the development of the great painting of Italian history. He painted several altarpieces for Florentine churches. He also traveled to Rome from 1550 to 1553 and in Naples 1576.Après stay in Antwerp in 1578, he devoted much of his time to engraving. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!

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