As mentioned by the British Museum: Most of the ships in the background were copied from 'The Sailing Vessels' by Frans Huys after Pieter Bruegel and published by Hieronymus Cock.
Here the scene in the upper right corner is recognizable as Breugel.
Good impression of the second state with the number on watermarked laid paper. Paper strip at backside of right corner of margin.
Flying Fish, Tompot Blenny, Blenny and Walrus. Three fish and a marine mammal on shore at centre, surrounded by sea-shells, a seascape in background; second state with number. c.1610
From the series Piscium vivae icones
Second state with Adr. Collaert. fecit et excud and the number.
New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) 1456. II (The Collaert Dynasty)
Famous because of the natural depiction of the animals and the wonderful Flemish landscape setting.
- Adriaen Collaert (1560-1618)
- Título da obra de arte
- Seashore with walrus, flying fish and Breugel ships
- Em bom estado
- Venda com moldura
- Tamanho da imagem
- 126×189 mm
- Dimensões totais
- 170×230×1 mm