barber institute of fine arts
university of birmingham


Schelte Adamz Bolswert (c.1586-1659)

A Flat Flemish Landscape with Clouds and Figures

The Netherlands

Engraving 

Plate: 322 x 432 mm, mount: 513 x 625 mm

 

One of two engravings after Rubens bought by the Barber Institute. This one distinguishable as with figures.

Purchased (No. 99.2b)

 

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