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Hunting: hunters smoking rabbits out of their burrows, beating the ground with clubs, and closing ranks to catch rabbits. Engraving attributed to A. Wierix II after J. Stradanus.
- Straet, Jan van der, 1523-1605.
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[Antwerp] : Ph[i]l[ippu]s Galle excu[dit], [1578-1580]
1 print : engraving ; image 20 x 27.8 cm
Fustibus aut telis, densa aut caligne fumi, venatur gaudens habitare cuniculus antris. Ioes Stradanus inuen
. Phl s Galle excu
Leesberg's state II (with number 19 added).
Marjolein Leesberg, Johannes Stradanus. Part III, Ouderkerk aan den Ijssel 2008 (New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, 1450-1700), p. 139, no. 439 (as by Antonius Wierix II)
Wellcome Library no. 37523i
Bears number: 19
Translation of lettering: "The rabbit, who rejoices in living in hollows, hunts [in error for "is hunted"] with clubs or arrows, or with dense black smoke"