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Baroque1635 - Entry of Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand into Antwerp CyclesPrints by Theodor van Thulden for the Pompa Introitus Ferdinandi (1641)
Baroque1635 - Entry of Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand into Antwerp Arch of the MintFront
Further details
McGrath suggests that the animal could have been seen not only as a European rabbit but also as Chinchilla
ARTIST/CREATOR
Thulden, Theodor van (1606-1669) after Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640)
DATE
1641
LOCATION
n/a
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Gevaerts, Jan-GaspardPompa introitus ... Ferdinandi, Antwerp, 1641, plate 35
Notes on photograph
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Elizabeth McGrath, Rubnes's Arch of the Mint, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institute 37 (1974), pp. 191-217; John Rupert Martin, The Decoration of the Pompa Introitus Ferdinandi (Corpus Rubenianum 16), London etc., 1972, pp. 190-193, no. 50
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