Emblem XXXIX-Love-Prevent sin-hung man [After SNYDERS, 1626]

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XXXIX. Per quae peccat quis, per haec et torquetur. Ovile Amoris. Bergerie d’Amour – (During the sin, thereby shall be punished. Love sheepfold.) Delicate and very scarse engraving of a human and divine figure pointing to a hung man realising it is better to prevend than to learn from the misfortune of others. Item includes a copy of a page with French and latin rime relating to the emblem love theme. (not shown on scan)

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XXXIX. Per quae peccat quis, per haec et torquetur. Ovile Amoris. Bergerie d’Amour

Engraving on hand laid (verge type) paper.
Sheet size: 8,5 x 13 cm. Image size: 6 x 8 cm.

From: “Amoris divini et humani effectus varii Sacrae Scripturae Sanctorumque PP. sententiis ac Gallicis versibus illustrati.”, by Michael Snyders, published in Antwerp, 1626. First edition of this rare and delicate collection of 48 emblems (incl. title) on human and divine love, published a few years after Vaenius Amores divini emblemata.

Made by Gillis van Schoor after Michael Snyders. Aegidius / Gilles van Schoor / Verschoren (1596-after 1626) was a Flemish engraver from Antwerp. He was a pupil of Theodoor Galle. Michael / Michiel Martin Snyders (1586-1672) was a Flemish draughtsman, engraver and publisher from Antwerp.

Condition: Good, given age. Some soiling and light staining. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

Keywords: EMBLEM XXXIX-LOVE-PREVENT SIN-HUNG MAN

PCO-C12-14

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Dimensions 8 × 8 × 1 cm

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