17th Century: Dutch Battle Scene engravers

      Jan Martsen De Jonge               Theodor Van Kessel            Willem Van Lande

A group of rare etchings including work from some hard to find Dutch painter-engravers

JAN MARTSEN DE JONGE (1609 - 1648) - Dutch School
Painter, Draughtsman and etcher. Born in Haarlem. He worked in Amsterdam and made nine small etchings of cavalry battles,
and designed the plates for Caspar Barlaeus's entry of Marie de Medici into Amsterdam of 1638
. His work is rare.

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WILLEM VAN LANDE( 1610) - Dutch School

Painter and etcher. In Delft guild in 1635, later in Amsterdam. Flourished 1635-1638. His work is rare to be found.
Battle field with horsemen


The five horsemen. Battle scene with horsemen skirmishing at centre,
one lying dead in lower left, lancers and smoke in right background.

Signed within image, in lower centre: "W.V. Lande fec." and "CIV excu.".

Reference: This is plate two from a series of six plates showing cavalry battles (Hollstein 2-7) -Here: Hollstein 3.I
First state with publishers address of Visscher

 This is one of the prints by Van Lande who can be found  in the collections of the British Museum.

Measures 14 by 20,30 cm

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