- Jan van Londerseel (1570/75-1624/25) after Maerten de Vos (Antwerp 1532-1603).
- H. Simeon de Styliet as a hermit, H. Simeon de Styliet come eremita
- Sheet :300 x 260 mm.
- Dimensions etching: 200 x 170 mm.
- passe-partout: 310 x 350 mm.
Saint Simeon the Stylite gives advice to a visitor from his hermit's hut. In the background a tent camp with Saint Simeon placed high on a column. In the margin is a caption in Latin.
Jan van Londerseel was probably a pupil of Abraham de Bruyn in Antwerp. Van Londerseel married a niece of his master Abraham de Bruyn. His wife's brother, Nicolaes de Bruyn, was another Flemish engraver who made a name for himself in the Republic.
Around 1600 Jan followed his brother Assuerus van Londerseel, also an engraver, to Rotterdam. He lived in Delft in 1614. He was mainly active in Rotterdam, where he probably died before 7th January, 1625.
He made engravings after the work of famous Flemish and Dutch painters of his time, including Gillis van Coninxloo, Hendrick Aerts, David Vinckboons, Maerten de Vos and Gillis d'Hondecoeter.
Londerseel printed and published his own works. Claes Jansz. Visscher later made editions of many of his engravings.
- Jan van Londerseel (1570/75-1624/25)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- naar Maerten de Vos (Antwerpen 1532-1603)- H. Simeon de Styliet come eremita
- 1700 und früher
- M. de Vos in., Signiert in der Platte
- Angemessener Zustand
- 10 g
- 300×260×26- mm