Etching - Hand signed - late 19th century Identified by the curator of the Rijs Museum Amsterdam "Manon van der Meulen ". On vellum Rare original colour print by Carel Lodewijk Dake after a painting by Bernadus Johannes Blommers entitled "Moedervreugde” (maternal Joys). Private collection 1891.
Printed by Amsterdam printer Roeloffzen-Hunner and Van Santen and published by Francois Ruffa and Son Amsterdam.
- NOTE: melted engraving at the signature and at the right of the head.
Carel Lodewijk Dake was born on 26th August 1857 and died on 8th August 1918 in Amsterdam. Carel was a painter, draughtsman, engraver, copyist, graphic designer, printer and teacher. In 1890, Carel was appointed teacher at the Amsterdam State Academy, making engravings after Rembrandt and Rubens (Source: Scheen 1981).
Several of his works are on display at the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Carel Lodewijk Dake (1857-1918)
- Gesigneerd in de plaat
- Aangeboden met lijst
- Over het algemeen in redelijk goede staat
- 46,5×35 cm
- Totale afmetingen
- 77×57×2 cm