Schut was an Dutch artist and printmaker. This is an outstanding series of prints excellent deep dark early impressions of this very scarce series of old Dutch proverbs by Pieter Schut, 7 out of 8 prints are offered here. One of the two prints of the blind guiding the blind is missing. An engraving of an blind person with violin that walked into an lake with another blind man following him is present in this set - This series has been Published by Claes Jansz. Visscher (II), 1628 - 1650. 4 prints are attached by one margin to sheet.
Some compositions look like they are inspired on work by Breughel. We see an collection of moralistic sentences embedded within an by humoristi style of artistic exposure. Stories show poor children playing and searching for food, angry dogs trying to prefend an fight with sticks, we see an family eating together peacefully or the blind guiding the blind. This set is full of lively artistic energy and humor. An strong collection of prints depicting the lives of people from the 17th century. Sadly these images are still current in our world today.
- 7 prints - Pieter Hendricksz Schut (1619-1660)
- Título de la obra
- Allegory of the blind leading the blind plus other proverbs
- Firmado en la impresión
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- Se vende con marco
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 6.5×10 cm
- Dimensiones totales
- 0×10×12 cm