Catalog Record: Hortvs volvptatvm, qui sua nihilominus etiam producit moralia : in floridae juuentutis gratiã editus ac diuulgatus | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Hortvs volvptatvm, qui sua nihilominus etiam producit moralia : in floridae juuentutis gratiã editus ac diuulgatus.

Main Author: Passe, Crispijn van de, approximately 1565-1637.
Related Names: Passe, Crispijn van de ca. 1565-1637.
Language(s): Latin
Published: [Cologne, Germany : s.n.], anno 1599.
Subjects: Pride and vanity in art > Early works to 1800.
Love in art > Early works to 1800.
Engravings > Germany > 16th century.
Note: The 5th-8th and 14th prints are signed in the plate by Crispin van de Passe. The 5th and 6th have the legend: M. Iohan. Lanig ludebat Colon. Ag.
The first 20 prints in Library's copy correspond to the following numbers from the complete suite of 33 prints (Hollstein 851): 1, 3-5, 9-l8, 20, 22-24, 32-33. The 21st and final print is the last of 11 prints comprising the suite Deliciarum juvenilum libellus (Hollstein 229 ad).
First print has title in cartouche. Each print has Latin text of 2 or 3 lines at foot. Last print in Library's copy (from another suite) also has text at top of image: Sic transit gloria mundi.
Physical Description: 21 prints : engraving ; sheet size 16 x 21 cm.
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