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The ancient prints - Engravings

Peter Paul Rubens1600

Palazzo Asmundo

Palazzo Asmundo
Palermo, Italy

THE CONVERSION OF SAINT PAUL
Etching and engraving engraving, mm. 447x606
"P. P. Rubens pinxit. "; "Cum privilegijs Regis Christianissimi, / Serenissimae Infantis et Ordinum confederatorum, S. à
Bolswert sculp. "(In the middle of the table below).
Inscriptions: "Illustrissimo ac reverendissimo Domino, D. ANTONIO Trist Gandensium, Dei gratia, Episcopo, S. Bavonis
Domino, Everbergensi Comiyis etc. Doctorummaecenati, omnium ingenuarum artium admiratori, laudatori in Ecclesiam
profuse, in beneficial pauperes, in benign nobiles, in omnes comi. / a cuius manu nullus irremuneratus abijt, nullus moerens
et spe sua frustratus, cum etiam absentium lacrymas munificentiae suae sponsia cleanse consueverit, true, Apostolocae doctrinae
et vitae, haeredi, magni Paulli amateurs, imitators, and Saullo Paullum, S. à Bolswert M.M.D.D.S.S. "; near Christ is
written: "Saule, Saule, quid me persequeris?"; Near St. Paul it is written: "Domine, quid vis facere?".
The engraving faithfully interprets the Conversion of St. Paul of the Rubens, already at the Kaiser Friedrich-Museum in Berlin,
n. 762 B, which was destroyed in 1945. Some copies of this engraving are known.

Details

  • Title: The ancient prints - Engravings
  • Creator: Rubens
  • Date Created: 1600
  • Location Created: Palermo
  • Physical Dimensions: mm. 447x606
  • Type: engravings and prints
  • Rights: Copyright Palazzo Asmundo 2018 - All right reserved
  • Medium: photo

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