Visscher, Claes Jansz II (1587-1652)

[Antique history print] ‘Slatius komt uijt het graff, en vaert op daer hij voer aff’; discovery of the stolen and buried corpses of Slatius, Coornwinder and Gerritsz, 1623.

Discovery of the corpses of Hendrick Slatius, David Coorenwinder en Cornelis Gerrits, convicted for conspiring against Maurice (Maurits), Prince of Orange. The scenes, numbered I to VI, depict the discovery by a farmer, the opening of the coffins, the bodies being dragged back to the gallows and tied to a wheel. On both sides a column with letter press text, with title: ‘Waerachtich verhael / hoe Hendric Slatius naer dat hy gestolen was / weder te voorschyn gecomen is / hier tot onser memorye fyguerelijck afgebeelt’. Inscription in image: ‘Slatius komt uijt het graff / en vaert op daer hij voer aff’; ‘Wiens light ontstight, Diens saeck volght wraeck’. Address below: ‘t’Amsterdam, by Claes Jansz. Visscher, wonende in de Kalerstraet.’

Etching and letterpress on laid paper; platemark: 265 x 230 mm; total 293 x 423 mm; mounted onto paper iwith visible folds and some smudges on the edges. Muller 1499, Hollstein 48 state III/3, Atlas Van Stolk 1579, 1580.

Incl. BTW  423,50

Excl. BTW  350,00


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