Antique Print – ALBERT IV-III-COUNT OF TYROL-AUSTRIA-PORTRAIT-KILIAN after unknown artist – 1623



Albertus III. Cum trica – This scarce original antique print depicts a portrait of Albert IV (or Albert III, depending on the counting scheme; c. 1180 – 1253), Count of Tyrol from 1202 until his death, the last from the original House of Tirol. He also served as Vogt of the bishoprics of Trent and Brixen. Latin text on verso.

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Albertus III. Cum trica

Engraving/etching on hand laid (verge) paper.
Sheet size: 16,5 x 28,1 cm. (6,5 x 11,1 inch). Image size: 14 x 23,3 cm. (5,5 x 9,2 inch).

From: ‘Tirolensium principum comitum Contrafacturen’ by Wolfgang Kilian, published in Augsburg 1623.

Made by Wolfgang Kilian after an anonymous artist. Wolfgang Kilian (1581–1662) was a German engraver and member of the Kilian family of engravers in Augsburg. He was the son of Bartholomaus Kilian the elder and Maria Pfeiffelmann. After his father’s death in 1583 his mother remarried Dominicus Custos and he and his brother Lucas became his pupils. (Source wikipedia)

Condition: Good, given age. Brown spot right margin and partly touching plate. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.



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Dimensions 16 × 16 × 1 cm


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