Alle de Wercken, so ouden als nieuwen
After Adriaen van de Venne (Dutch, 1589–1662), After Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt (Dutch, 1567–1641), After Cornelis Monnicks (Dutch, about 1623–1666), Engraved by Daniel (David) van den Bremden (Flemish (worked Italy and Holland), 1587–1663), Engraved by Willem Jacobsz. Delff (Netherlandish, 1580–1638), Engraved by Willem Hondius (Netherlandish, 1597–1652), Engraved by Theodor Matham (Netherlandish, 1605 to 1606–1676), Engraved by Michiel Mousyn (Netherlandish, 17th century), Engraved by Crispijn van den Queborn (Dutch, 1604–1652), Engraved by Experiens Sillemans (Dutch, about 1611–1653), Engraved by Andries Jacobsz Stock (Netherlandish, about 1580?–after 1648), Engraved by Crispin de Passe II (Dutch (worked in France), 1597–1670), Engraved by Jan Gerritsz. Swelinck (Dutch, born about 1601), Author Jacob Cats (Dutch, 1577–1660), Printer and Publisher Jan Jacobsz. Schipper (Dutch, 17th century)
Place of Publication: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Brunet I, 1684 (1712 ed.); Hollstein, Dutch and Flemish (individual printmakers)
Overall: 38.2 x 24.8 x 10 cm (15 1/16 x 9 3/4 x 3 15/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Illustrated book with 318 engravings
Not On View
(Amsterdam: Jan Jacobsz. Schipper, 1658) Folio; 1356 leaves; old vellum boards (rebacked in gilt-stamped brown calf).
Several engraved title pages, author portrait on second leaf, and many emblematic illustrations in text.
Amsterdam: Jan Jacobsz. Schipper, 1658
William Perkins Babcock (1826-1899), by whom bequeathed to MFA, June 12, 1900.
Bequest of William Perkins Babcock