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Publisher: STRADANUS, Johannes / GALLE, Ph.
Title: Sic leporem in laqueos agitnat per aperta fugacem - Gramina, siq canes rapidi sua terga sequutur
Published in: Antwerp, Philips Galle, ca 1596
   
Size: 8.1 x 11.0 inches.
20.5 x 28.0 cm.
Coloring:

Uncoloured.
Condition: Engraving. Strong impression. Paper slightly age-toned as usual. Cut on neat line. Framed.
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This is a plate from a series "Venationes ferarum, avium, piscium, pugnae bestiariorum & mutuae bestiarum". Published by Philippe Galle (Haarlem 1537 - 1612).
Showing a dogs chase hares towards pens while hunters on horseback look on

Sheet 18 of altogether 104 – later supposedly even more – sheets, worked after Stradanus by various engravers and published by Ph. Galle (1537 Antwerp 1612).
The plates, however, had been used in other compilations, too.

Jan van der Straet (1523-1605), better known as Stradanus, worked most of his life in Italy as an engraver and designer for the tapestry workshops. From 1553 to 1571, he was in service to Cosimo I de’ Medici, he tackled the creation of hunting and fishing representations meant to decorate the palace of Poggio a Caiano. The Venationes commemorate the tapestries executed by Stradan and showing the traditional hunting methods of the Renaissance.

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STRADANUS, Johannes / GALLE, Ph. - Sic leporem in laqueos agitnat per aperta fugacem - Gramina, siq canes rapidi sua terga sequutur
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