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TitleAthalia hearing the noise of the people acclaiming King Joash, comes to the temple and sees the new king standing by a pillar; she tears her clothes in dismay, death of Athalia: she is seized by soldiers, brought to the palace and killed at the Horse gate
TypeIllustration
Sizes111x85
MaterialWoodcut
ColourBlack
ArtistChristoffel (2) van Sichem
Oldest appearance in Biblia Sacra1657
Iconclass71L18131,71L172
DPD0
Iconclass descriptionAthalia hearing the noise of the people acclaiming King Joash, comes to the temple and sees the new king standing by a pillar; she tears her clothes in dismay, death of Athalia: she is seized by soldiers, brought to the palace and killed at the Horse gate

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Amsterdam BVU XI.05043 (II Kings) 1 Ss3r
Show scan: Amsterdam BVU XI.05043 (II Kings) vol.1 p.Ss3r
Show edition: 1657.B.dut.PJP.a

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Scan: Utrecht UB MAZ 2176 (II Kings) vol.1 p.Ss3r
Show edition: 1657.B.dut.PJP.b

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References

Literature references

Lehmann-Haupt, Hellmut 1977 Chapter 2 An Introduction to the Woodcuts of the Seventeenth Century, with a discussion of the German woodcut Broadsides of the Seventeenth Century (by Ingeborg Lehmann-Haupt), New York

Lehmann-Haupt, Hellmut 1983 Christoffel van Sichem A Family of Dutch 17th Century Woodcut Artists, in: Hollstein's Dutch and Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, ca. 1450-1700, Vol. XXVII, Christoffel (1) van Sichem to Herman Specht, pp. 274-306

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