Antique Print-DEATH IS CERTAIN-FINAL JUDGEMENT-HEAVEN-HELL-Vaenius-Daret-1646

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Rien de si certain que la mort. – (Nothing is so certain as death.) Death hands out tokens to men determining their fate to be led to heaven or hell. A man in a boat (Charon) brings people across from the land of the living to death.

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‘Rien de si certain que la mort.’

Engraving on hand laid (verge) paper.
Sheet size: 21 x 33,5 cm. (8,3 x 13,2 inch). Image size: 14,2 x 17,5 cm. (5,6 x 6,9 inch).

From: ‘La Doctrine des Moeurs ..’ printed by Louys Sevestre for Pierre Daret, Paris, 1646. First edition. Author: Marin le Roy de Gomberville. Made by order of Mazarin for the instruction of the young Louis XIV. The plates are copies in reverse after Otto van Veen’s emblems in ‘Q. Horatii Flacci Emblemata.’ Ref: Ref: Brunet II 1658. (Emblem 101)

Made by ‘Pierre Daret’ after ‘Otto Vaenius’. Pierre Daret de Cazeneuve (1604-1678) was a Frecnch painter and engraver from Paris. He was active in Paris and Italy as engraver, painter of mostly portraits. Otto van Veen, also known by his Latinized name Otto Venius or Octavius Vaenius, (c.1556-1629) was a painter, draughtsman, and humanist active primarily in Antwerp and Brussels in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century.

Condition: Very good, given age. Light creasing and soiling. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

Keywords: DEATH IS CERTAIN-FINAL JUDGEMENT-HEAVEN-HELL

(PCO) A331-40

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Dimensions 33 × 21 × 1 cm

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