This print depicts St John the Baptist sitting in a forest holding a lamb, and a cross labelled "AGNUS"
Inscription: "Prodromus hic Christi..... Ad diluenda cunta mundi Crimina"
"C. Bloemaert sculp: et excud:"
Paper-Size: Width 24.7cm Height: 30.7cm
On laid paper
Condition: Torn-off top-right corner, and nearby a white area and a hole (see photo). Most of the print has been stuck down onto a sheet of paper. Stains and foxing. Age-related paper colouring. (see photos).
Reference: Central Museum Utrecht: Inventory number 6662, attributing it to a design by Abraham Bloemaert, and giving further references.
Cornelis Bloemart II (1603-1692)
Engraver. Son of Abraham Bloemart. Pupil of Crispin de Passe. Worked in Paris c.1630, and moved to Rome by 1633, where he became an important figure.
Abraham Bloemart (1566–1651) Dutch painter, draughtsman &etcher/engraver. He worked mainly in Paris, Amsterdam & Utrecht, mostly painting history subjects and landscapes. Trained many artists, including his four sons, Hendrick, Frederick, Cornelis, and Adriaan Bloemart.
- Cornelis Bloemaert (1603-c.1684), after Abraham Bloemaert (1566 - 1651)
- Title of artwork
- John the Baptist with lamb
- Not signed
- See description
- Sold with frame