Portrait of Govard Bidloo

Title

Portrait of Govard Bidloo

Subject

Portraiture

Description

This copperplate engraving of Govard Bidloo was created by a well established portrait engraver, Abraham Blooteling, after a drawing created by the artist Gerard de Lairesse. It is signed by the artist and engraver in the bottom left and right corners of the portrait. Bidloo is displayed in formal dress, equipped with a curled wig and two knives, facing the viewer in a three quarter turn.

Creator

Gerard de Lairesse (artist), Abraham Blooteling (engraver)

Source

Ontleding des Meschelyken Lichaams

Publisher

U.S. National Library of Medicine

Date

1690

Contributor

Gerard de Lairesse
Abraham Blooteling

Rights

Public Access (U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2004)

Relation

Ontleding des Meschelyken Lichaams
Anatomia Humani Corporis

Format

Jpeg

Language

Dutch

Type

Portraiture

Identifier

Seventeenth century Dutch medical practice
Seventeenth century portraiture

Date Created

1690

Is Part Of

Ontleding des Meschelyken Lichaams

Extent

62.5 x 36 cm

Medium

Copperplate engraving

Bibliographic Citation

Govard Bidloo. Ontleding des Meschelyken Lichaams. Amsterdam, for the widow of Joannes van Someren, the heirs of Joannes van Dyk, Henry boom and widow of Theodore Boom, 1690.

Files

bidloo_portrait.jpg

Citation

Gerard de Lairesse (artist), Abraham Blooteling (engraver), “Portrait of Govard Bidloo,” U of G Omeka, accessed October 21, 2018, https://digex.lib.uoguelph.ca/items/show/2753.

Item Relations

This Item dcterms:relation Item: Anatomia Humani Corporis, Allegorical Title Page
This Item dcterms:relation Item: Ontleding des Meschelyken Lichaams, Allegorical Title Page
Item: Table 88: A Skeleton Risen from its Tomb dcterms:relation This Item

Geolocation

Latitude: 52.3702157
Longitude: 4.8951678999999
Address: Amsterdam