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Author of the blog: Prints and Principles (http://www.printsandprinciples.com/)
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Lucas Vorsterman’s engraving after Rubens, “Lot and his family leaving Sodom”, 1620
Lucas
Vorsterman I (aka Lucas Aemilius Vorsterman) (1595–1675) “Lot (aka Loth) and his family leaving Sodom”, 1620, based on a
chalk drawing by Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641) in the Musée du Louvre,
Paris (inv. 20.314), after the painting of the same name (c1...
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Heinrich Aldegrever’s engraving, “Charity”, 1552
Heinrich
Aldegrever (c1502–1555/61)  “Charity” or “Love of the neighbour”
(L’amour du prochain), 1552, plate 6 from the series of 7 engravings, “Virtues
and Vices” (BM) or “Seven Virtues” (Rijksmusem). Note that there is another
engraving by Aldegrever titl...
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Richard Parkes Bonington’s lithograph, “Brackline”, 1826
Richard Parkes
Bonington (1802–1828) “Brackline”, 1826, after a drawing (1824) by François Alexandre Pernot (1793–1865), published by Charles Gosselin (1792–1859) in “Vues pittoresques de l'Ecosse, d'après nature” (1826–28)
showing views of  Scotland with a...
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Philips Galle’s engraving, “Fishing with Drag Nets on the River Arno”, 1578
Philips Galle (aka Philippe Galle; Philippus Gallaeus) (1537–1612) “Fishing with Drag Nets on the River Arno”, 1578, from the
series of 43 unnumbered plates of hunting scenes dedicated to Cosimo de Medici,
“Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium” (aka “In quibu...
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Jan Luyken’s engraving, “The Plague of Locusts”, 1700
Jan Luyken (Jan Luiken;
Jan Luycken; Jan Loiken) (1649–1712) “The Plague of Locusts”, 1700, illustration for “Exodus” 10:13-15, published by David and Willem Goeree (1635–1711) in “Mosaize Historie der Hebreeuwse
Kerke” (Mosaical History of the Hebrew Churc...
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Wenceslaus Hollar’s etching, “Wide cup with ornamental stem”, 1646
Wenceslaus Hollar (aka Wenzel Hollar; Václav Hollar) (1607–1677) “Wide cup with ornamental stem”, 1646, from a suite of ten plates
of ornamental designs after Hans Holbein
the Younger (1497/8–1543) (New Hollstein [Hollar] 824–33) in the collection
of the Ea...
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Lambert Suavius’ engraving, “St Matthias”, 1545-48
Lambert Suavius (aka Lambert Zutman; Zoetman Lambert; Lambert Le Doux) (c1510–1567) “St Matthias”, 1545-48, from the series of 14 plates, “Christ,
the Apostles and St Paul.” The Curator of the British Museum offers the following
insights regarding the serie...
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Daniel Hopfer’s etching, “Pharisees and clerics roaming the land to gather followers”, panel 3 from “The Seven Woes”, c1520
Daniel Hopfer (1471–1536) “Pharisees and clerics roaming the land to gather followers”
(British Museum’s descriptive title, see BM no. 2004,U.49), c1520, panel 3
(upper-right of centre) of 8 panels, from the large composite etching, “The
Seven Woes” or “Mat...
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Michel Wolgemut’s woodcut, “Lot flees from Sodom”, 1493
Michel Wolgemut (aka Michael Wolgemut) (1434–1519) “Lot flees from
Sodom” (Lot flieht aus Sodom), 1493, illustration from page XXI (21) from the
first Latin edition of Hartmann Schede ’s
(1440–1514) "Liber Cronicarum" (aka “Liber Chronicarum”; “Nuremberg
Ch...
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Domenico Cunego’s engraving, “Roboam", after Michelangelo, c1802
Domenico Cunego  (1727­–1803) “Roboam", c1802, plate 4 in the series of 8 plates after Michelangelo’s (1475–1564) lunettes in the Sistine Chapel, after the drawing by Vincenzo Dolcibeni (aka Vincentius Dolcibene) (fl.1782–1807), published in c.1805 by   Cal...
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