Vision of St. Eustache-stag-Eustachius [After AFTER DÜRER, 17th. c.]



The vision of St. Eustace and the stag. The Roman general Placides encounters a stag with a crucifix while hunting and hear’s Christ’s voice after which he converts to Christianity and takes the name Eustachius.

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Engraving on hand laid (verge type) paper. Watermark: Monogram AM.
Sheet size: 25,9 x 35,6 cm. Image size: 25,3 x 35,1 cm.

We searched extensively but cannot find reference to this same-directional copy after the famous 1501 print by Durer. It is clearly not an photogravure as the delicate linework is quite different. Size is close to original by Durer. We appreciate any input. Rare.

Made by an anonymous engraver after Albrecht Dürer. Albrecht Durer (1471-1528) was born in Nuremberg. He became famous with his many fine prints. He travelled extensively through Europe. Durer can be considered to be one of the most famous German artists of all time.

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



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Dimensions 25 × 25 × 1 cm


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