Johannes Glauber (1646-1665), after Gerard de Lairesse (1641-1711), published by Leonard Schenk (?) (1696-1767)

Print. J. Glauber, after G. de Lairesse, Allegory on the art of drawing.

A woman with a palm branch in her hands (Truth?) points to a statue of Diana van Ephese. Her index finger radiates light. In the foreground are some artists who draw the scene. The print is part of a series with mythological and allegorical representations after de Lairesse. Numbered on the bottom right corner: ‘2’.

Signed at bottom: “G. de Lairesse in. / Leon: Schenck exc. / I. G. f.”

Etching on paper with margins; plate mark: 196 x 152 mm; total: 216 x 172 mm; some light rubbing and some very light foxing on the margins; traces of previous mounting on verso, otherwise in very good condition. Hollstein German 32-1(3), Roy D.179.

Incl. BTW  90,75

Excl. BTW  75,00

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