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Pacificatores orbis christiani, sive icones principum, ducum, et legatorum

Pronkbeelden der Vorsten, en Vredehandelaars

1697
After Anselm van Hulle (1601–about 1674), After Abraham Jansz. van Diepenbeeck (Flemish, 1596–1675), Engraved by Pieter de Bailliu (Netherlandish, 1613–about 1660), Engraved by Mattheus Borrekens (Flemish, 1615–1670), Engraved by Pieter Clouwet (Netherlandish, 1606–1670), Engraved by Antony van der Does (Netherlandish, 1609–1680), Engraved by Cornelis Galle, Jr. (Netherlandish, 1615–1678), Engraved by Pieter de Jode II (Flemish, 1606–after 1674), Engraved by Theodor Matham (Netherlandish, 1605 to 1606–1676), Engraved by Paul (Paulus) Pontius (Netherlandish, 1603–1658), Engraved by Coenrad Waumans (Netherlandish, born in 1619), Publisher Pieter van der Slaart (Dutch, 17th century)


Place of Publication: Rotterdam, Netherlands

Catalogue Raisonné

Brunet V, 1074-75 (1648 ed.); Hollstein VII, p. 71, nos. 219-308 (Galle); IX, p. 154 (van Hulle); p. 220, nos. 385-515 (de Jode); LI, pp. 141-47, nos. 52-60 (Waumans)

Dimensions

Overall: 57 x 34 x 3.7 cm (22 7/16 x 13 3/8 x 1 7/16 in.)

Accession Number

BR485

Medium or Technique

Illustrated book with engraved title and 131 engravings

Not On View

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Illustrated books

(Rotterdam: Pieter van der Slaart, 1697) Folio; 139 leaves; nineteenth-century blind- and gilt-stamped brown calf

Portraits of delegates to 1648 Munster peace conference


Rotterdam: Pieter van de Slaart, 1697

Provenance

W.K. Jenkins, by whom given in September 1833 to C.R. Leslie (inscriptions); Thomas Gaffield, by whom given to MFA, October 1895.

Credit Line

Gift of Thomas Gaffield