Artists with tools of their trade (not including sheet or rolls of paper)

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Paul Bril engraving

123. Paul Bril

Brill the painter showed fortresses and woods, joyous crops and the work of oxen, and mountains.  Therefore he was the more pleasing to the one who is first on the holy summit (the Pontiff), and to the one who is illustrious in Tyrian purple. Continue Reading 123. Paul Bril


Otto van Veen engraving

121. Otto van Veen

Van Veen is illustrious for his morals, his genius and his skill. What his genius imagined, he also painted with his own hand.  He was invited by great kings, but he himself held kingdoms and worlds to be less important than his sweet fatherland. Continue Reading 121. Otto van Veen