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A man vomiting after overeating and drinking; representing the sense of touch. Engraving by J.J. Kleinschmidt after Jan van de Velde the younger.

  • Velde, Jan van de, 1593-1641.
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Publication/Creation

Aug. V. [Augsburg] : J.J. Kleinschmidt.

Physical description

1 print : line engraving ; platemark 17.7 x 12.5 cm

Lettering

Tactus. Das Gefühl. Unordentlich gelebt verursacht viel Verdruss / Ich fühle solches wohl mit meinen grösten Schaden, / Da ich iss und so viel davor erdulten muss, / Weil ich mit Speiss und Tranck mich habe überladen. Ioh. Iacob Kleinschmidt sculps. et exc. Aug. V.

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Bears number: 11

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 27165i

Reproduction note

A copy in reverse of an engraving by Jan van de Velde published in 1633 in a series of prints with verses by Samuel Ampzing (1590-1632), with the series-title "Spigel ofte toneel der ydelheyd ende ongebondenheyd onser eeuwe" (Mirror or theatre of the vanity and unrestrainedness of our age). See P.J.J. van Thiel, 'For instruction and betterment: Samuel Ampzing's "Mirror of the vanity and unrestrainedness of our age"', Simiolus, 1996, 24: 182-200

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