In good condition.
With the Dutch title and text.
A total of two sheets = two woodcuts.
17th century print - signed here with monogram CVS even in combination with a burin used for cutting of the wood block.
Christoffel van Sichem II (1580-1658) - Dutch School
Born in Basel and died in Amsterdam Wood engraver who signed his work with a twisted cVs. Under the influence of the Haarlem mannerists. Christopher had been a pupil of Goltzius for some time. The work of Van Sichem is interesting due to the combination of the early masters (Durer - Van Leyden) in combination with the Goltzius school influence, and his own sublime interpretation in the medium of woodcut.
- Christoffel van Sichem II (1580-1658)
- Title of artwork
- Koning van Juda in gevangenis - Twee gekleurde houtsneden.
- Ca. 1620
- In good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 110×80 mm
- Total dimensions
- 180×130×1 mm