Antique Prints-VARIOUS SAINTS-after van Diepenbeeck-1615

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Description

  1. S. Augustinus by Theodor van Merlen after Abraham van Diepenbeeck. = ITEM SOLD
  2. Beatus Godefridus by Michael Natalis after Abraham van Diepenbeeck.
  3. S. Franciscus by Michael Natalis after Abraham van Diepenbeeck.
  4. S. Albinus by Theodoe Matham after Abraham van Diepenbeeck.
  5. S. Guilielmus by Theodor van Merlen after Abraham van Diepenbeeck.
  6. Vera effigies S. Philippi Nery by Michael Natalis after Abraham van Diepenbeeck.
  7. S. Dominicus by Petrus de Bailliu after Abraham van Diepenbeeck.
  8. B.M. Petrus Calmthoutanus by Michael Natalis after Abraham van Diepenbeeck.

Abraham van Diepenbeeck (9 May 1596 (baptised) – between May and September 1675) was Dutch painter, draftsman, glass painter, print maker and tapestry designer who worked most of his active career in Antwerp. He designed glass windows for various churches and monasteries in Antwerp for which he made many design drawings and oil sketches. He engraved and designed many prints which were published by prominent Antwerp printers such as van Meurs, the Plantin Press and Martinus van den Enden the Elder. He had a close relationship with the workshop of the leading Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens and collaborated on various projects under the direction of Rubens. In the 1630s van Diepenbeeck started to create monumental paintings. His work was influenced by Rubens and Anthony van Dyck.

These plates were published in the period 1615-1676 as part of a series of Saints by Martinus van den Enden.

Size c. 14 x 25 cm. Engraving on hand laid paper. Please study scans for condition.

This is a preview listing, not fully described. Please inquire.

Storage: PCO-E17-23

 

 

 

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