Painted escutcheon depicting the coat-of-arms of the Dutch Crabeth family originating from the city of Gouda.

Unsigned, early 19th century. Oil on oak panel, 45×34,5 cm. In a mahogany frame. A little loss of paint in the margin. The Crabeth family started with painter Adriaan Crabeth, eldest son of Pieter Krepel or Krepele Pieter, citizen of Gouda. Adriaan Crabeth (died Gouda 1581) was born in Gouda and changed his name at the same time as his brothers into Crabeth and took as coat-of-arms the three golden eagle (or cock) paws on a blue shield. Crabeth painted the famous stained glass windows in the St. Jan church in Gouda. H163

Incl. BTW  3815,00

Excl. BTW  3.500,00

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