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Adoration of the Shepherds

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Adoration of the Shepherds

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after a painting by Jacob Jordaens, history and portrait painter, draughtsman, watercolorist, and engraver, 1593-1678 (artist notes)
Dutch (artist nationality)
engraver (artist role)
Jordaens, Jacob, 1593-1678 (original artist)
Recto: bottom center: (in Latin) Nectare, et ambrosia ciues qui Pascit olÿmpi / Pastorum vili. Pascitur ecce cibo. / Quem canit heroâ Diuorum Voce Senatus, / Hunc canit en gracili rustica musa Sono. ; l. l.: Iac: Iordaens pinxit. ; l. r.: Mariuus Sculpsit. No. 4. ; verso: u. l.: (in pencil) Clark Oct 1937 / 14 50 ; l. l.: (in pencil) C575/542 (inscription)
Engraving. (medium)
Fine condition. One dark brown stain in margin at lower left. Light adhesive tape stains on verso at all four corners and at bottom center edge, but they do not bleed through to the recto. (condition)
The Arthur H. Clark Company, Glendale, California, 9 Oct. 1937. (provenance)
Duct flute (instrument)
17th century (century)
Miscellaneous Art (large) (miller category)

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Date

1600 - 1699
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Contributors

Marinus -- ca. 1599-1639 -- pseudonym of Marin Robin van der Goes (artist)
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Library of Congress
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