The Raising of Lazarus

Lucas van Leyden, Netherlandish, about 1494 - 1533

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about 1508

Engraving on laid paper

Sheet: 11 1/8 × 8 1/16 in. (28.2 × 20.4 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Jean K. Weil in memory of Adolph Weil Jr., Class of 1935

PR.997.5.68

Geography

Place Made: Netherlands, Europe

Period

1400-1600

Object Name

Print

Research Area

Print

Not on view

Inscriptions

Inscribed, in plate, lower center: L; stamped, on verso, in black ink: collector's mark of H. Weber (Lugt 1383); stamped, on verso, in blue ink: collector's mark of D. G. de Arozarena (Lugt 109) Watermark: Gothic P with Flower

Course History

ANTH 50, COCO 2, HIV/AIDS Through a Biosocial Lens: 30 Years of a Modern Plague, Sienna Craig, Timothy Lahey, Spring 2013

ARTH 43, Northern Renaissance Art, Jane Carroll, Winter 2012

COCO 2.3, ANTH 50.6, HIV/AIDS Through a Bio-social Lens: Thirty Years of a Modern Plague, Sienna Craig, Timothy Lahey, Spring 2015

ARTH 16.17, Rembrandt, Joy Kenseth, Spring 2016

ARTH 16.17, Rembrandt, Joy Kenseth, Spring 2016

Exhibition History

A Gift to the College: The Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weil Jr. Collection of Master Prints, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 17-December 20, 1998.

From Altarpiece to Portrait: Assembling a European Collection, Harrington Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, July 24, 2019-January 28, 2020.

Publication History

Timothy Rub, Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann, Kelly Pask, "A Gift to the College: The Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weil Jr. Collection of Master Prints", Hanover, New Hampshire: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 1998, ill. p.30, listed, p.103, no. 182.

Provenance

Hermann Weber, 1817-1854; Bonn; Rudolph Weigel, Leipzig, September 17, 1855; D. G. de Arozarena 1860; South America and Paris; Hotel Drouot, Paris, March 11-16, 1861; sold to Jean K. and Adolph Weil, Jr., Montgomery, Alabama, between 7/93 and 2/95; given to present collection, 1997.

Catalogue Raisonne

Bartsch, Hollstein 42

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