Jacques Callot


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  • La Triomphe de la Vierge, ou Petite Thèse (Triumph of the Virgin or Small Thesis), 1625
    Jacques Callot
    Engraving Signed in the Plate
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    Item # 3050

  • Birth of the Virgin from Life of the Virgin, c. 1632 – 1633
    Jacques Callot
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    Item # 3742

  • S. Hieronimus from The Penitent, c. 1632
    Jacques Callot
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    Item # 3777

  • Complete Series of Lux Claustri (The Light of the Prison), 1628
    Jacques Callot
    Series of 27 Engravings
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    Item # 3780

  • The Fair at Gondreville, c. 1624-25
    Jacques Callot
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    Item # 3781

  • St. Amand, c. 1622
    Jacques Callot
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    Item # 3782

  • St. Mansuetus Restoring Life to the Son of Leucorus, c. 1622 – 1627
    Jacques Callot
    Engraving Signed in the Plate
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    Item # 3783

  • The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian, c. 1634
    Jacques Callot
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    Item # 3051

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Find original etchings and engravings by French artist Jacques Callot, who traveled to Italy. His personal idiom mixes the commedia dell'arte with images of beggars and the picaresque.

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Jacques Callot (1592-1635)

Jacques Callot Biography

French engraver and draughtsman. Jacques Callot went to Italy when he was in his teens and, working in Rome and then in Florence at the court of the Grand Duke Cosimc II (1590-1621), he learned to combine the sophisticated techniques and exaggerations of late Mannerism with witty and acute observation into a brilliantly expressive idiom. Returning to France in 1621 he became one of the chief exponents of the bizarre and grotesque which came into vogue in the reign of Louis XIII (1601-43). Most of the remainder of his career was spent in his native Nancy, but he also worked in Paris and the Low Countries. He made a specialty of beggars and deformities, characters from the picaresque novel and the Italian commedia dell’arte. In this respect he comes close to Bellange, also active in Nancy, but Callot’s style was more realistic. His last great work, the series of etchings entitled the Grandes Miséres de la Guerre followed the invasion of Lorraine by Car Richelieu in 1633, and is a harrowing depiction the atrocities of war; its themes and imagery were used as a source by Goya. His output was prodigious; more than a thousand Callot etchings and drawings by him are extant, and some of his plates are large, featuring scores of brilliantly arranged figures. Jacques Callot was one of the greatest of all etchers and one of the first major creative artists to work exclusively in the graphic arts.

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