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[The parable of the Prodigal Son].

Author: Crispijn van de Passe; Maarten de Vos; Rothschild family
Publisher: [Aachen] : [Crispijn van de Passe], [1589?]
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Picture : Latin
Database:WorldCat
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A set of six prints depicting scenes from the parable of the Prodigal son: the son receiving his heritage, the son saying farewell, the son wasting his heritage with riotous living, the son chased out of the brother, the son feeding the swine, and the return of the prodigal son.
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Genre/Form: Prints
Material Type: Graphic, Picture
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Crispijn van de Passe; Maarten de Vos; Rothschild family
OCLC Number: 859412370
Notes: Title from New Hollstein.
The first print is signed Mertinus de Vos figurauit ; Crispianus van Passe sculpsit & excud. Aquisgrani.
Crispijn van de Passe was active in Aachen in 1589.
Plate mark dimensions from Hollstein.
Description: 6 prints : engravings with some etching ; plate marks 231 x 185 mm and 232 x 184 mm or smaller.
Other Titles: Cuncta pater natis bona diuidit ispe duobus.
Et venere et baccho bona decoquit ommia [sic] natus.
Omnibus absumptis feruenti expellitur ira.
Pasceret vt siliquis ventrem vult pascere porcos.
Filio habet genitor conuiuia laeta reuerso.

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A set of six prints depicting scenes from the parable of the Prodigal son: the son receiving his heritage, the son saying farewell, the son wasting his heritage with riotous living, the son chased out of the brother, the son feeding the swine, and the return of the prodigal son.

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