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Lot and the Two Angels, Plate 1 from The Story of Lot


Philips Galle ; Anthony Blocklandt


17th century

Institution Minneapolis Institute of Arts
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Medium: Prints | Etching and engraving
Size: 8 13/16 x 11 7/16 in. (22.38 x 29.05 cm) (image, sheet)9 5/8 x 11 13/16 in. (24.45 x 30 cm) (mount)14 x 18 1/8 in. (35.56 x 46.04 cm) (mat)
Creation Place: Europe, Netherlands
Culture: Europe, Netherlands
Style: 17th century
Inscriptions: Inscriptionin plate in black below image: [Antonius Blocklant Inventor Phillipius Galle Fecit/ Antuerpia as insigne acrui aurei in platea Lombardica ueteri I/ Hospecium superis praber Lot inscius hæc fors (1-131 in pencil) Illius sest cordi cui fa
Physical Description: two angels with poles right foreground; man with folded arms left foreground; village street middle ground; two people left side of street; bridge and figures in distance
Credit: Collection Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Gift of John Crosby
Accession Number: P.47.77
Artist: Anthony Blocklandt, Dutch
Role: Artist
Nationality: Dutch
Life Dates: Dutch

Artist: Philips Galle, Flemish, 1537-1612
Role: Etcher
Life Dates: Flemish, 1537-1612
Added to Site: January 11, 2013