Typus victoreӕ & triumphi Christi by Nicolaes de Bruyn


Typus victoreӕ & triumphi Christi (a type of the victory and triumph of Christ) by Nicolaes de Bruyn, published by Frederick de Widt. This print appeared in Petri Biveri Sacrum Sanctuary, which was published in ca. 1680. The accompanying Bible text is in Dutch, English and French. The image is 51 x 36 cm (excluding text), the sheet is 57 x 47 cm. The print is in good condition. With a vertical fold in the middle.

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Nicolaes de Bruyn (Antwerp, 1571 – Rotterdam, 1656)was a Flemish engraver, who after training in Antwerp was active in the Dutch Republic. De Bruyn was the son of the sugar manufacturer Jan de Bruyn and nephew of the engraver Abraham de Bruyn. He was the brother-in-law of Jan van Londerseel, another Flemish engraver who would move to Rotterdam. He was trained in the art of engraving by his uncle Abraham. He did not follow he style of his master, either in the style of his execution, or in the size of his plates. He appears to have studied and to have formed his style from the works of Lucas van Leyden. He worked in Rotterdam from 1617 onwards, and he died there in 1656. He signed his plates sometimes with his initials N. de B., and sometimes with a monogram.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolaes_de_Bruyn


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