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Print, St. John the Evangelist (S. Ioannes), 1650

This is a Print. It was print maker: Cornelis Visscher. It is dated 1650. Its medium is engraving on laid paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was bequest of George Campbell Cooper. It is credited Bequest of George Campbell Cooper.

Its dimensions are

Paper: 25.5 × 19.5 cm (10 1/16 × 7 11/16 in.) Plate: 22.5 × 19 cm (8 7/8 × 7 1/2 in.)

It has the following markings

Collector's mark: verso, 'P. Mariette 1670" [Lugt 1790] Verso: The Cooper Union Museum stamp [Lugt 457e]

It is signed

Signed in margin in plate, lower left: Corn. Vischer inveniebat; lower right: Corn. Vischer Sculpebat/ et Excudebat Harlemi 1650

It is inscribed

Inscribed in margin in plate, lower left: Corn. Vischer inveniebat; lower right: Corn. Vischer Sculpebat/ et Excudebat Harlemi 1650; on verso across bottom of sheet in graphite, various numerical notations.

Cite this object as

Print, St. John the Evangelist (S. Ioannes), 1650; Print Maker: Cornelis Visscher (Netherlandish, 1619 or 1629 – 1662); Netherlands; engraving on laid paper; Paper: 25.5 × 19.5 cm (10 1/16 × 7 11/16 in.) Plate: 22.5 × 19 cm (8 7/8 × 7 1/2 in.); Bequest of George Campbell Cooper; 1896-3-208

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