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The Greatness of Mordecai

Artist:
? Circle of Pseudo-Aert Ortkens (Flemish, 1510–1540)
Former Attribution:
Formerly attributed to School of Lucas van Leyden (Netherlandish, Leiden ca. 1494–1533 Leiden)
Date:
16th–mid 16th century ?
Medium:
Pen and brown ink, brush and black ink, highlighted with white
Dimensions:
sheet: 8 1/2in. (irregular shape, circular with top and bottom cut off).
Classification:
Drawings
Credit Line:
Gift of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1880
Accession Number:
80.3.435
Not on view
James Jackson Jarves; Cornelius Vanderbilt (American, Staten Island, New York 1843–1899 New York)
Madlyn Millner Kahr The Book of Esther in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art. PhD diss., 1966 p. 55-56 (as by a Flemish artist between 1500-1510).



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