|Artist||Adriaen Collaert after Maerten de Vos|
|Published||Ioan Galle excud. [c. 1638]|
|Dimensions||Image 162 x 213 mm, Sheet 175 x 215 mm|
The Flagellation of Christ from the series "Vita, passio et Resurrectio Iesu Christi". Christ is bound to a pillar, being beaten by two soldiers, one holding a whip and the other bushels of branches, while several other soldiers are watching.
Inscription to lower margin: "Vulneratus est propter iniquitates ... liuore eius sanati sumus. Isai.53"and numbered "41" in bottom left corner.
Maerten de Vos (1532-1603) was a Flemish painter and draughtsman. He was a pupil of his father Pieter de Vos and a follower of Frans Floris in Antwerp. Between 1550 and 1558 he travelled in Italy, visiting Rome, Venice and possibly Florence. In 1558 he became a master of the Antwerp Guild of St Luke. Between 1571 and 1572, he was dean of the Guild. From 1575 he mainly produced print designs. He was the father of the artists Daniel de Vos (1568-1605) and Maerten the Younger (1576-1613).
Adriaen Collaert (1560 - 1618) was a Flemish engraver and major publisher, active in Antwerp. He was a member of the Guild of St Luke, and worked with Gerard de Jode, Eduard Hoeswinckel and Hans van Luyck. His works are known for their anatomical correctness as well as its physiognomical expressiveness. Some of his original plates are engraved with a cipher.
New Hollstein, The Collaert Dynasty, 214, iii/iv.
Condition: Good impression. Trimmed outside printed border. Minor rubbing to corners. Pressed creases to centre.