Dear Customers: Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation worldwide, we have experienced challenging shipping situations, including significant changes in pricing and, at times, delayed deliveries. For the time being we had to adjust the shipping costs outside of the European Union. We encourage you to contact us directly via "Contact Us" if you have specific questions.
Dear Customers: Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation worldwide, we have experienced challenging shipping situations, including significant changes in pricing and, at times, delayed deliveries. For the time being we had to adjust the shipping costs outside of the European Union. We encourage you to contact us directly via "Contact Us" if you have specific questions.
Cart 0
Tobias blinded by bird droppings  Copper etching by Gerard de Jode (1509, possibly 1517-1591)  After the drawing by Marten de Vos (1532-1603)  Published in "History of Tobias" 1582-1585  This are first edition of the series about the life of Tobias was published in the years 1582-1585. Gerard de Jode was the engraver. A second edition was engraved by Nicolaes Visscher (1618-1679). It is the Visscher series which is more frequently found.  Lower right: M. de Vos inventor. And below: G. de Jode excudebat.

Masterprint, Religious, Tobias

Regular price $420.00 Sale price $600.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

"Senior Tobias se quieti tradens passerum stercore cesus fit"

Tobias blinded by bird droppings

Copper etching by Gerard de Jode (1509, possibly 1517-1591)

After the drawing by Marten de Vos (1532-1603)

Published in "History of Tobias" 1582-1585

This are first edition of the series about the life of Tobias was published in the years 1582-1585. Gerard de Jode was the engraver. A second edition was engraved by Nicolaes Visscher (1618-1679). It is the Visscher series which is more frequently found.

Lower right: M. de Vos inventor. And below: G. de Jode excudebat.

Condition: Print with good impression on laid paper. There was a tear in lower right corner which has been underlaid with paper. The tear did not touch the image. There is a small tear in lower margin well away from plate mark. Seen from the rear side of print there is a fold running diagonally across upper right above the heads. Not recognizable from front. Light general age patina. Print has been fastened in upper left and lower left corners upon cardboard.

Platemark measurments: 19,5 x 27,5 cm (ca. 7.7 x 10.8")

For more master prints go to https://philographikon.com/oldmasteraltmeister.html 

 


Share this Product


More from this collection