Abraham Bloemaert   / Jan Muller

The Raising of Lazarus -  C. 1600

Abraham Bloamert                           Jan Muller                                  J.C. Visscher          




Designed by : (after)

Abraham Bloemaert ( 1564 - 1651)
Genre, portrait and history painter, etcher and engraver; b. at Dordrecht, d. in Utrecht; son of Cornelis Bloemaert; pupil of Joost de Beer in Utrecht; 1580-83 pupil of H. Francken in Paris; 1591-92 in Amsterdam.

Engraved by: (after)
Jan Harmensz. Muller (1571 - 1628)
Engraver, etcher and publisher. He learned the tricks of the trade from his father. Later he become an engraver in the Mannerist style unther the influence of Hendrick Goltzius, with whom he may have studied. Muller worked for Goltzius workshop until about 1589. From 1590 on, the majority of Muller's prints bear his father address. He continued 'Den Vergulden Passer' workshop with his sister Maritge.

New Hollstein 27- copy (Muller Dynasty)
BM inventory number: 1914,01117.8

Publishers addresses:
Claes Jansz. Visscher ( 1587 - 1652)

Measures 41 by 51,50 cm.
Including the full five text lines.
Full plate border and small margins.

After 1600 before 1650

The Raising of Lazarus; Christ standing at centre by Lazarus and raising His arm, Lazarus semi-naked looking at Christ and placing his hands together in prayer, two startled gravediggers with their spades on either side, a youth peering at the miracle from behind a column at upper right; unsigned; copy after Muller who engraved after Abraham Bloemaert; Engraving

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