E. VAN PANDEREN - JUNO ENTHRONED OBSERVES MERCURY - 1600

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    Material: Antique engraving from the early 17th century. Flemish artists. Mythology. Goddess Juno -

    Publication: Around 1600.

    Technique: 1 print. Copper engraving.

    Dimensions: 26 x 25.5 cm [impression], 45 x 34 cm [paper], 46.5 x 46.5 cm [passepartout].

    Description: Depiction of the goddess Juno enthroned observing Mercury. Attributed to Goltzius: "HG Scul[psit]".

    Condition: Short margins at the edge of the engraving's impression. A dark stain is noticeable due to adhesion to another paper, which appears on all other engravings, but the central image is in quite good condition.

    Remarks: In the center appears "HG Scul[psit]" handwritten in ink as Goltzius's signature. There is no inscription of the inventor or printer, except for the number 3 indicating its belonging to a series. The style completely differs from the previous print, although it has been included in the same series, adding the signature "HG" and the number 2 to the previous one.

    Provenance: Engraving from the art collection of Gaspar de Haro y Guzmán, 7th Marquis of Carpio and Eliche (1629 - 1687), a Spanish nobleman, diplomat, and politician. He was the son of the collector Luis de Haro and inherited a large repertoire of paintings from him, which he progressively expanded with works of great quality.

    Egbert van Panderen, or Paendere (Haarlem (?), 1580 of 1581 - 1637) was een Nederlands graveur.

    Van Panderen werkte in de periode 1606-1616 in Antwerpen en in 1617 in Amsterdam. In 1606 werd hij lid van het Antwerpse Sint-Lucasgilde. Van Panderens naam wordt vooral geassocieerd met reproductiegrafiek. Zo heeft hij ook gravures naar Rubens verwezenlijkt. Zijn graveerstijl kan herkend worden aan het gebruik van harde lijnen met een hoge contrastwaarde.

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    G1281

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    Product type
    Print
    Author
    H. Goltzius (Atribuido)
    Year
    1600
    Condition
    fair condition
    Artistic technique
    Engraving

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    JUNO ENTHRONED OBSERVES MERCURY

    PALLAS: GODDESS ATHENA AS VICTORIOUS

    YOUNG MAN PLAYING A PSALTERY (SALTERIO) ACCOMPANYING A GROUP OF SINGERS

    MAN WITH A FEATHERED CAP

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    Author
    H. Goltzius (Atribuido) JONGHE, Clement de Christoph van Sichem II (ca. 1581-1658) CHRISTOPH VAN SICHEM ( 1546 - 1624 )
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    1600 1600 1590 1606
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    fair condition Good condition Good condition Good condition
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    Engraving Engraving Woodblock print Engraving

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    Description

    JUNO ENTHRONED OBSERVES MERCURY

    PALLAS: GODDESS ATHENA AS VICTORIOUS

    YOUNG MAN PLAYING A PSALTERY (SALTERIO) ACCOMPANYING A GROUP OF SINGERS

    MAN WITH A FEATHERED CAP

    Product type
    Print Print Print Print
    Author
    H. Goltzius (Atribuido) JONGHE, Clement de Christoph van Sichem II (ca. 1581-1658) CHRISTOPH VAN SICHEM ( 1546 - 1624 )
    Year
    1600 1600 1590 1606
    Condition
    fair condition Good condition Good condition Good condition
    Artistic technique
    Engraving Engraving Woodblock print Engraving