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The New Testament (Het Nieuwe Testament)

ca. 1703
18th century
373 x 230 mm (14.7 x 9.1 in.)

Romeyn de Hooghe, Dutch, d. 1708

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Etching on laid paper
Print impression quality: Very good
Edition: Published by Jacob Lindenberg, Amsterdam, 1703 or later (the DAC has the frontispiece and folios 18, 19, 29, 46, 49, 52, 115, 144, for a total of nine sheets)
Marks: Most signed in plate
Bibliography: Hollstein 2 (vol. 9).
Credit Line: Gift of Brian Douglas Gracie (BA Wesleyan 1969), 1982
Accession Number: 1982.46.12.1

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This object has the following keywords:
  • Bible
  • Christianity
  • New Testament
  • religions
  • religious art - Use broadly for art depicting religious subjects or for art used in worship. [September 1993 descriptor added.]
  • series (groups) - Use for related publications issued successively, especially those bearing a collective as well as an individual title; and, in the visual arts, for groups of works by a single artist having a specific and purposeful relation among the works. [March 1993 descriptor changed, was 'series'; alternate term added; descriptor moved. January 1991 scope note added.]

  • sheet Dimensions: 373 x 230 mm (14.7 x 9.1 in.)

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