- Jan de BISSCHOP (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague)
-Architecture Caryatid Sculpture
Dimensions etching: 120 x 230 mm.
Numbered in the upper right corner: "58".
- Signed: in the plate by J&J (Jan de Bisschop) and D. Correggio.
In the series of 157 etchings by Jan de Bisschop, originally published in 's-Gravenhage in 1671/72 by Nicolaas Visscher II (1649-1702) and later by Hendrik de Leth (1703-1766) in "Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum", with plate by Gerard de Lairesse (1640-1711).
Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628 - 1671), first lawyer, later became a draughtsman and eraser. He was a pupil of
Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his engravings after models of famous
masters, he had a great influence on the art of his time. Drawings indicate a stay in Italy; during his studies, he was largely
interested in landscapes of the Leiden area; Apprenticeship with B. Breenbergh in Amsterdam; 100 drawings of ancient reliefs
(album in the V.&A.Museum); Bisschop was a close friend of members of the Huygens family in The Hague.
The Bishop probably never went to Italy. He was mainly inspired by other artists. The Bishop imitated Breenbergh's Italianizing style by using a gold-brown colour ink. The ink colour bishop is named after him.
- Jan de Bisschop (1628-1671)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- after Daniele da Volterra (Volterra, 1509 - Rome, 4 april 1566) - Architecture Caryatid Sculpture
- 1700 und früher
- Signiert in der Platte
- Angemessener Zustand
- 10 g
- 120×230×230 mm