Cornelis Bos: A Study of the Origins of the Netherland Grotesque
Flemish engraver, print seller and book publisher, Bos published more than 100 engraved designs of strapwork and grotesques. Contains an oeuvre catalogue of the engravings by Cornelis Bos.
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Cornelis BosLife and work 13
The Origins of the Netherland Grotesque
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Amsterdam P.K. Antwerp appears artist attributed to Bos Berlin B.K. bird book of moresques Bos's Brussels P.K. cartouche caryatids catalogue centre chimney-piece Coecke Coecke's Colijn de Nole COLLECTIONS Collijn composition connection Coornhert Copenhagen C.K. copied Cornelis Bos Cornelis Floris Cornelis Matsys Cuvelier decorative drawing Dresden D.K. engraving fact fantastic cars figure Flemish Floris's Fontainebleau Frans Floris Giulio Romano Gourmont Grotesque panel Haarlem hand head Hedicke Heemskerck Hieronimus Hollstein illustrations initials inscription inspired Italian Jupiter K.M. LITERATURE Kampen Lambert Lombard latter Leda Leningrad L.E. Liggeren Loggie London B.M. lower male Marcantonio Marco Dente mentioned Michelangelo monogram motif Munich G Museum Neptune Netherland grotesque original ornamental prints painting Paris B.A. published putto respecting reverse Rome Rotterdam M.B. satyr sequence Signature signed nor dated Stockholm K.B. strapwork style tablet title-page Triumph Utrecht vase Vatican Veneziano Veste Coburg Vienna Vienna K.M. volute woman woodcuts