Plate 6: Farm on fire, from "The Small Landscape Series" by Frederick Bloemaert, after his father, Abraham Bloemaert.
Depicts a large farm building on fire. A woman, child and a dog are running away from the biulding.
Inscription: number "6" and initials "AB"
Paper-Size: Width 15.2cm Height: 9.5cm
On laid paper, with large watermark (see lightbox photo).
Condition: Cut outside the border-line; on, or within, the platemark. Marks caused by a previous mounting. Age-related paper colouring (see photos).
Ref: Hollstein Dutch 274
Rijksmusem Object Number: RP-P-BI-1689 "Brandende huizen" 15.5x9.5cm
Auckland Art Gallery: Accession no: 1981/50/24/10
UCLA Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Hammer Museum Accession No.:1954.2.51 Plate-size: 15.2x9.5cm
Frederik Bloemart (c.1616-1690 Dutch engraver, son of Abraham. Worked in Utrecht, mostly after his father Abraham's designs
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.
- Frederick Bloemaert (c.1616-1690), after Abraham Bloemaert (1566–1651)
- Title of artwork
- Plate 6 of "Burning houses small landscape" series
- after 1635
- See description
- Sold with frame