Preview of the first image of Maerten de Vos (1532-1603) after, Gerard de Jode (1509-1591) - The idolatry of Baal-Peor, Zimri and.

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The Israelites embracing various pagan rites. Several couples flirting. A Jealous man attacking a couple of lovers in a tent. Idolatry of the statue of a multi-breasted Goddess (Artemis) and a bull. (Num. 25).

Engraving from the series: "Thesaurus sacrarum historiarum veteris testamenti, elegantissimis imaginabus expressum excellentissimorum in hac arte virorum opera: nunc primum in lucem editus"

Rare engraving after Maerten de Vos (1532-1603).

Very nice composition by this renaissance master.

Engraved by a high skilled anonymous engraver, circle Collaert, Wierix.

Published by Gerard de Jode (1509-1591) in Antwerp ca 1585-1591.

The new Hollstein Dutch and Flemish etchings 86 II.

In perfect condition. Superb good dark impression with al the details.
Printed on good laid paper with 2-5 mm margins.
Some traces of aging, not disturbing.
Rare engraving.

Delivered in a museum passepartout.


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