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The deluge; a landscape inundated with flood water with survivors desperately clinging to wreckage or floating on makeshift rafts; Noah's ark floats on the horizon at upper left; at right a house has been submerged and its occupants appear at the window and others climb on the roof. 1544
Engraving and etching
- Production date
Height: 280 millimetres
Width: 393 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- E.S. Jacobowitz and S.L. Stepanek, 'Lucas van Leyden and his contemporaries', National Gallery of Art, Washington, ex. cat. 1983, no. 141.
1990 Exhibition Label: "Vellert, primarily a glass-painter and designer, was also one of the most distinguished printmakers working in Antwerp in the earlier 16th century. The touches in pen and ink, visible for example near the date, 1544, are almost certainly the artist's own work".
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1983 Jun-Aug, Washington, 'Lucas Van Leyden and His Contemporaries'
1983 Sep-Nov, Boston, 'Lucas Van Leyden and His Contemporaries'
1990, BM, "Treasures of the Department of Prints and Drawings"
1994 Aug-Oct, Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, The Renaissance Print
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