Dutch Bible Scenes - 1720 Engraving, The Amalakite Slain
DescriptionA spectacular c.1720 Biblical engraving by Blois after Picart, entitled 'The Amalakite Slain who Slew Saul'. Published in Picart's 'Figures de la Bible', Amsterdam. On watermarked laid.
In good condition for a picture of this age. Some light surface discolouration. With plate lines.
30.5 x 20cm (12" x 7.9")Sheet: 38.1 x 24.6cm (15" x 9.7")
Sulis Fine Art is eager to present this handsome collection of original early 18th Century Biblical engravings, published in the 1720 'Figures de la Bible' by Dutch Engraver Bernard Picart. Of the 212 plates in the original volume, 79 were by Picart's hand, with many others by a range of Dutch engravers working in Amsterdam at the time. Each is entitled in six different languages.
These lavish, highly figurative illustrations represent the continued artistic accomplishments of the Netherlands in the 18th Century, decades on from the Dutch Golden Age.
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|Artist||Dutch Bible Scenes|
|Dimensions||30.5 x 20cm|
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