Pieter van der Heyden

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Pieter van der Heyden

Description Flemish printmaker
Date of birth circa 1530
Place of birth Antwerp
Date of death after 1572

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Works[edit]

Elck[edit]

Big Fishes Eat Little Fishes[edit]

Patientia[edit]

The Seven Vices[edit]

The Blind[edit]

Fight of the Money-Bags and the Coffers[edit]

Carnival[edit]

Avaritia[edit]

Brueghel - Sieben Laster - Avaritia.jpg
File: Brueghel - Sieben Laster - Avaritia.jpg

1558
Pieter van der Heyden, after Pieter Bruegel (I), published by Hieronymus Cock
engraving
22.5 × 29.5 cm
b.c.: PME [monogram]
b.l.: · P · brueghel · Inuentor
b.c.: Cock · excud · cum priuileg · 1558

Bibliothèque Royale, Brussels and various other collections

Luxuria[edit]

Pieter van der Heyden 008 Boston version 01.jpg
File: Pieter van der Heyden 008 Boston version 01.jpg

ca. 1558
Pieter van der Heyden, after Pieter Bruegel (I), published by Hieronymus Cock
engraving
22.7 × 30.2 cm
b.c.: PME [monogram]
b.l.: brueghel · Inuentor · / H. Cock · excu[debat] · cu[m] · priui[legio]

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (64.717) and various other collections

mfa.org


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