Jan Witdoeck

Abraham and Melchizedech

Abraham and Melchizedech
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Author: Jan Witdoeck
Prints, Line engraving, black chalk and brown wash; trial print, 40.5x44.5 cm
Origin: Flanders, No later than 1638
Author of Origin: Rubens, Pieter Paul
Personage: Abraham
Source of entry: Golitsyn Museum, Moscow, 1886
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

See also

Art at the Ackland - Ackland Art Museum
Jan Witdoeck. Copy of Rembrandt's Etching, "The Pancake Woman" (91.189) pen and brown ink de Vos, attributed to. The Marques De Mondejar (?) (93.11) ...
DBNL . Leon Voet, The Golden Compasses
The engraving by Jan Witdoeck after Rubens's Martyrdom of St. Just, 1639 (see p. 190) has the words ‘Architypographus rcgius’ in the inscription. ...

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