Cornelis van Haarlem

Two Followers of Cadmus devoured by a Dragon



Cornelis van Haarlem - Two Followers of Cadmus devoured by a Dragon

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Engraving by Goltzius:

Hendrick Goltzius - Two Followers of Cadmus devoured by a Dragon
Hendrick Goltzius
Two Followers of Cadmus devoured by a Dragon
1588

Literature

Catalogues raisonnÚs
Pieter J.J. van Thiel, Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem, 1562 - 1638, Doornspijk, 1999, nr. 120

Collection catalogues
Neil MacLaren, revised and expanded by Christopher Brown, The Dutch school, 1600-1900, London, 1991, pp. 83-85
Christopher Baker and Tom Henry, The National Gallery complete illustrated catalogue, London, 2001, p. 137

Literature
Jill Dunkerton, Susan Foister, and Nicholas Penny, DŘrer to Veronese, New Haven, Conn.; London, 1999, fig. 4
Anna Tummers, The eye of the connoisseur, Amsterdam, 2011, fig. 65


Provenance

Perhaps in the collection of Jacob Rauwart, Amsterdam, 1588 and sold from the estate of Claes Rauwart, Amsterdam, 1612
collection of the Earl of Northumberland at Syon House by 1671
National Gallery, London, presented by the Duke of Northumberland, 1838
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External links

National Gallery, London Accession number NG1893

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Cornelis van Haarlem
Two Followers of Cadmus devoured by a Dragon
1588
148.5 x 195.5 cm
Oil on canvas stuck on oak
Signed, on the stone in the bottom right-hand corner: Cor Corneli.... fecit 1588
The National Gallery, London