Cœnotaphiorum (26)

Various artists/makers

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Two designs for funerary monuments to be placed onto a wall. The monument on the left is characterized the effigy of a sleeping man in harnas, placed before a large painting of the Crucifixion. The monument on the right shows a painting of the Last Judgement in the central compartment, flanked on either side by a cariatid and a Ionic pillar. A Latin inscription is added on a small panel below. Below the image as a whole, a Latin inscription is added, consisting of eight lines divided over two columns.

Cœnotaphiorum (26), Hans Vredeman de Vries (Netherlandish, Leeuwarden 1527–1606 (?)  Antwerp (?)), Etching; first state of four

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