Formerly attributed to Moyses van Uyttenbroeck (Dutch, about 1600–after 1646)
Holl.liv.250; Weigel supp. (1843) 61 i (before engraved no. 4); N. 61; Le Bl. 66; Weisner 1963, I, pp. 108, 177; TIB 6, comm., 61
17.8 x 26.5 cm (7 x 10 7/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Per Scheeman and Schuckman (Holl.liv.250):
Traditionally accepted as Van Wtenbroucks, but despite its fine quality not conclusive autograph. The rendering of the foliage is ratherdifferent, and the print lacks the strongly engraved shadowinging in the foreground, resulting in repoussoirs so characteristic for many of Wtenbroucks etchings. At all probability a (free) copy by an unidentified engraver (close to Jan van de Velde), published by Claes Jansz. Visscher, after an unknown original by Wtenbrouck. Cf. the similar signature on the Visscher copy of [Holl.liv127.14]. Possibly added by Visscher to a set with his copies after [Holl.liv127.14] (numbered 1), [Holl.liv.146.19] (number 2) and [Holl.liv.113.5 ii/ii] (no number).
l.l. engraved in plate: "Uytenbroeck fe" at l.r. engraved in plate: monogram of Claes Jansz. Visscher, publisher, and "ex."
Later inscriptions or marks: Recto Ur in brown ink and crossed out in graphite pencil: 307
Recto LR in graphite pencil: 136
Verso LL in graphite pencil: 7403
Verso LL in graphite pencil: 22215
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