Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie - 1660Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie - 1660Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie - 1660Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie - 1660

Fine and rare engraving by Jaspar Isaac for the series Les Metamorphoses d'Ovide, Divisées en XV Livres
Paris,chez Antoine de Sommaville, 1660.

12.2 x 13 cm. Text to verso.

Jaspar Isaac (Antwerp, 1585? - Paris, May 23, 1654) was a French engraver and print dealer of Flemish origin
Originally from Flanders like Melchior Tavernier, he was the brother-in-law of Thomas de Leu. One of his daughters, Marguerite, married the Reims engraver Nicolas Regnesson in his presence in June 1649.

ITEM ID
19856
STYLE
Renaissance
AGE
17th Century
THEME
Mythological
ORIGIN
France • French
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie - 1660

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