From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Adriaen Collaert (ca.1560 – 1618), was a Flemish designer and engraver.
Subjects from his own designs
- A Man and his Wife, conducted by Death. 1562.
- A Man in Armour, to whom a Woman brings a Child, a Dog, and a Cock.
- The Four Elements; in four plates.
- The Life of Jesus Christ; in thirty-six plates.
- Thirty plates of Birds.
- One hundred and twenty-five plates of Fishes.
- Twenty-four plates; entitled Florilegium ab Hadriano Collaert caelatum, &c.
- The Temptation of St. Anthony.
- St. Apollonia.
Subjects after various masters
- The Twelve Months of the Year; after Josse De Momper; the same that Callot has engraved.
- The Last Judgment; after J. Stradan.
- St. Hubert; after the same.
- Twelve plates of Horses ; after the same.
- A Hunting and Fishing Party; after the same.
- The Israelitish Women singing the Song of Praise for the Destruction of the Egyptian Host in the Red Sea; after the same.
- A Woman saving her Child from a Lion; after the same.
- Twelve Landscapes; after Hendrik van Cleef.
- A set of Hermitesses; after M. de Vos ; engraved conjointly with his son Hans Collaert.
- The Calling of St. Andrew to the Apostleship; after Barocci.
- The Repose in Egypt; after H. Goltzius. 1585.
- A set of six plates, called the Annunciations; considered among the best of his works.
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