Verscheyde Constige Vindigen om in Gout, Silver, Hout en Steen te wercken (Plate 9)
Engraved by Michiel Mosyn (Dutch, born 1630)
After Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (Dutch, Amsterdam 1621–1674 Amsterdam)
After Johannes Lutma the Elder (Dutch, Emden 1584–1669 Amsterdam)
Published by Cornelis Danckertsz. I (Dutch, ca. 1603–1656)
Etching and engraving
Plate: 10 1/2 × 8 1/4 in. (26.7 × 20.9 cm)
Albums, Prints, Ornament & Architecture
The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1956
Not on view
The publisher Cornelis Danckerts was clever enough to quickly pick up on the popularity of print series showing designs in the Auricular Style. Taking full advantage of the wide demand, he compiled a series after all the first important protagonists of the style such as the Van Vianen brothers, Van den Eeckhout and Lutma. This design for a silver powder box after Lutma contains a great amount of information about its construction, showing both a side view and the decorations on top of the lid as well as two views of the cupid-shaped grip and a more simple variation.
Inscription: From top to bottom and left to right: 'Het Decksel'; 'Poeder Doos naer d'inventie van Johannes Lutma.'; '9'
SKB 1939 1023; Hollstein IV 135.10-47; Fuhring 2004, 1262-1269
Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Katalog der Ornamentstich-sammlung der Staatlichen Kunstbibliothek Berlin. Berlin and Leipzig, 1939, cat. no. 1023.
F. W. H. Hollstein Dutch and Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts. vols. 1-64, Amsterdam, 1954–2010, cat. no. IV 135.10-47.
Ornament prints in the Rijksmuseum II : the seventeenth century. 3, Rotterdam, 2004, cat. no. 1262-1269.