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I) Symbolarum et Emblematum ex Aquatilibus et Reptilibus Desumptorum. Centuria Quarta. (1604)

Author:
Written by Joachim Camerarius the Younger (German, 1534–1598)
Printer:
Printed by ? Vögelin
Artist:
Johann Siebmacher (German, died 1611)
Date:
1590–1605
Medium:
Etching
Dimensions:
7 9/16 x 5 11/16 x 1 3/4 in. (19.2 x 14.5 x 4.5 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Gift of S. P. Avery, transferred from the Library, 1921
Accession Number:
21.36.42
Not on view
II) Symbolorum et Emblematum ex Animalibus Quadrupedibus desumtorum centuria altera. (1595)

III) Symbolorum et Emblematum centuriae tres: 1. Ex herbis & stirpibus 2. Ex animalibus quadrupedibus 3. Ex volatilibus & insectis 4. Ex aquatilibus & reptilibus. (1605)

IV) Symbolorum et Emblematium ex re herbaria desumptorum centuria una. (1590)

Signature: Titlepage 1605: Typis Voegelinianis

Marking: marked SH (Nagler III, 1477) numerous times
Samuel Putnam Avery Sr. (American, New York 1822–1904 New York); Donor: Samuel Putnam Avery Sr. (American, New York 1822–1904 New York)
The Cloisters Museum & Gardens. "Search for the Unicorn: An Exhibition in Honor of The Cloisters' 75th Anniversary," May 15, 2013 - August 18, 2013.

Brunet I 1513; Graesse II p. 25; Andersen II 385, 139; Passavant IV 213,24; cfr. Praz p. 34 and Landwehr, Gm. Emblem Bks, 47.166
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