Jan Caspar Philips (1690-1775)

[Antique etching, ets] J.C. Philips, INDIAANSCHE PAGODEN EN SCHRIKKELYKE BOETDOENINGEN of LICHAAMS KWELLINGE DER FAKIRS, published 1731.

Jungle with Indian temples and fakirs chastising themselves in various ways (hanging from tress, etc…). The plate contains numbers that are explained somewhere else in a legend. The illustration was used in Thomas Salmon’s: “Hedendaagsche historie, of Tegenwoordige staat van alle volkeren (…), third volume “Behelzende (…) India (…) Malabar, Kormandel, en (…) Ceilon”. Translated from the Englis by M. van Goch; published in Amsterdam by Isaak Tirion in 1731.

Titled below: “INDIAANSCHE PAGODEN EN SCHRIKKELYKE BOETDOENINGEN of LICHAAMS KWELLINGE DER FAKIRS.”

Signed and dated below: “I.C. Philips del et fecit 1731.”

Etching on paper with some margins; plate mark: 178 x 277 mm; total: 193 x 298 mm; two vertical creases, due to folding, corners also folded, light browning on the margins, otherwise in very good condition.

Incl. BTW  60,50

Excl. BTW  50,00

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