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Abraham Bloemaert Dutch Gallery

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Choose from 6 pictures in our Abraham Bloemaert Dutch collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Prediction of Ahijah, 1604. Creator: Jan Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607); Jan Saenredam (Dutch)
The Prediction of Ahijah, 1604. Creator: Jan Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607); Jan Saenredam (Dutch)
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Two Female Heads, first half 17th century. Creator: Abraham Bloemaert (Dutch, 1564-1651)
Two Female Heads, first half 17th century. Creator: Abraham Bloemaert (Dutch, 1564-1651)
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Landscape with Farmhouses, 1613-1614. Creator: Boetius Adams Bolswert (Flemish, 1580-1633)
Landscape with Farmhouses, 1613-1614. Creator: Boetius Adams Bolswert (Flemish, 1580-1633)
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Ahijah and Jeroboam, 1604. Creator: Jan Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607); Jan Saenredam (Dutch
Ahijah and Jeroboam, 1604. Creator: Jan Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607); Jan Saenredam (Dutch
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Elijah in the Wilderness Fed by Ravens, 1604
Elijah in the Wilderness Fed by Ravens, 1604
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Elisha and Elijahs Chariot of Fire, 1604
Elisha and Elijahs Chariot of Fire, 1604
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Ahijah and Jeroboam, 1604. Creator: Jan Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607); Jan Saenredam (Dutch Featured Image

Ahijah and Jeroboam, 1604. Creator: Jan Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607); Jan Saenredam (Dutch

Ahijah and Jeroboam, 1604. These four prints were likely meant as two pairs of engravings depicting scenes of the lives of the prophets Ahijah and Elijah. Although Elijah was a common subject for artists, works featuring Ahijah were extremely rare. Other than their common source, the Book of Kings from the Bible, they have no thematic link. The action in this print shows the prophet Ahijah giving the young Jeroboam-a rebel leader set against the idol-worshipping King Solomon-ten portions of his own new mantle. This symbolic gesture predicts Jeroboam's rise to power as king of the ten tribes of Israel. Abraham Bloemaert (1566-1651) was the leading painter in Utrecht, where he enjoyed a long and prolific career. Coming to maturity at the height of Mannerism, his influential designs were widely disseminated through prints and drawings. Although he worked closely with printmakers like Jan Saenredam and Jacob Matham, he did not make prints himself, with the possible exception of one etching

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