Philips Galle (1537 - 1612)

Flemish draftsman, engraver, and publisher




Philips Galle after Frans Floris - Two Kinds of Music
Two Kinds of Music

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - The alchemist
The alchemist
c. 1558

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Parable of the wise and foolish virgins
Parable of the wise and foolish virgins

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Charity
Charity
c. 1559

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Prudence
Prudence
c. 1559


Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Hope
Hope
c. 1559

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Faith
Faith
c. 1559

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Justice
Justice
c. 1559

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Temperance
Temperance
c. 1560

Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - Resurrection
Resurrection


Philips Galle after Pieter Bruegel - The triumph of time
The triumph of time
1574

Philips Galle after Hendrick Goltzius - The Banquet of Sextus Tarquinius
The Banquet of Sextus Tarquinius
c. 1578-80

Philips Galle after Hendrick Goltzius - Lucretia and Her Handmaids Spinning
Lucretia and Her Handmaids Spinning
c. 1578-80

Philips Galle after Hendrick Goltzius - The Rape of Lucretia
The Rape of Lucretia
c. 1578-80

Philips Galle after Hendrick Goltzius - The Suicide of Lucretia
The Suicide of Lucretia
c. 1578-80


Philips Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck - Absalom Having his Brother Amnon Killed
Absalom Having his Brother Amnon Killed
1559

Philips Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck - Winter
Winter
1563

Philips Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck - King Cyrus Has the Idol of Bel Destroyed
King Cyrus Has the Idol of Bel Destroyed
1565

Philips Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck - Amnon and Tamar
Amnon and Tamar
1559