Cosmus Med: Magn: Etruriae dux cum...
Iohannes Stradensis Flandrius inuen: Philippus Galle sculp: et excud: 1578.
Stradanus, Johannes (Straet, Jan van der), 1523-1605 (painter, designer)
Galle, Philipp, 1537-1612 (printer, designer, engraver)
Medici, Cosimo de, I, Duke of Florence and Grand Duke of Tuscany, 1519-1574 (dedicated to)
[Antwerp] : Philippe Galle, 1578
Latin 55 pl. copperplate engravings
75 full page engravings (of 102) with title page engraving
Some repaired pages, small tears, light brown spots (check the images), otherwise in very good condition with almost all clear engravings with strong black ink prints. Some plates have been cut out and mounted on other paper when renovated. You can check all of them from my description images.
4+title page+1+150+4 pages
Stradanus, Johannes Stradanus, Jan van der Straet or Giovanni Stradano (1523 – 1605) was a Flemish artist active mainly in 16th-century Florence, Italy. He was a wide-ranging talent who worked as an easel and fresco painter, designer of tapestries, draughtsman, designer of prints and pottery decorator. His subject range was varied and included history subjects, mythological scenes, allegories, landscapes, genre scenes, portraits, architectural scenes and animals. After training in his native Flanders, he left his home country and ultimately settled down in Florence, Italy.
Philip (or Philips) Galle (1537 – 1612) was a Dutch publisher, best known for publishing old master prints, which he also produced as designer and engraver. He is especially known for his reproductive engravings of paintings.
- Aantal boeken
- Geïllustreerd, Incunabelen en vroege drukken, Jachttaferelen, Reizen, Sport, spellen en tijdverdrijf, Topografie
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Johannes Stradanus
- Cosmus Med: Magn: Etruriae dux cum...
- Zeer Goed
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
- Eerste druk
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- Philip (or Philips) Galle
- Harde kaft
- Gesigneerd door auteur, Gesigneerd door illustrator, Handgekleurde illustraties, Ingeplakte plaatjes
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 293×398 mm