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Artefacts - 17th Century (181 to 200 of 308)

Link A falconer, standing half length, in a feathered hat - (circle of) Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606
Artefact Aelst, Willem van, Mauritshuis, 1671, 58,8 cm x 47,8 cm Aelst, Willem van, Mauritshuis, 1671, 58,8 cm x 47,8 cm
Artefact Jan Weenix - The dead swan and deer. 2,5 x 3 meter. Jan Weenix - The dead swan and deer. 2,5 x 3 meter.
Artefact Jan Weenix. The dead heron and a deer. Jan Weenix. The dead heron and a deer.
Link Portrait of Geertruyt, Margaret and Anna Delft, the daughters of the artist, Jacob Willemsz. Delff (
Link Michiel de Ruyter and his family, Juriaen Jacobsz, 1662
Link The Falconer (1647) by Ferdinand Bol (24 June 1616 – 24 August 1680) - Dutch artist, etcher, and d
Link Portrait of Khan Alam, Jahangir's Ambassador to Persia [with a falcon]
Artefact Hunter with Falcon (Rouen) by Jan Baptist Weenix in aboout 1650's Hunter with Falcon (Rouen) by Jan Baptist Weenix
Book Feasting, Fowling and Feathers: A History of the Exploitation of Wild Birds (Poyser Monographs) Feasting, Fowling and Feathers: A History of the Exploitation of Wild Birds (Poyser Monographs) by Michael Shrubb
Book ‘An Art unknown to the Ancients’: Falconer’s Parlance in Jacques Auguste de Thou’s Hieracos ‘An Art unknown to the Ancients’: Falconer’s Parlance in Jacques Auguste de Thou’s Hieracosophioy sive de re accipitraria libri III (1582/84–1612)
Artefact Baroque hawking in the kind of Phillips Wouerman (1619-1668) Baroque hawking in the kind of Phillips Wouerman (1619-1668)
Link Falconer by Dutch artist Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680) made in 1647
Artefact Bronze sculpture of a falconer, Southern Germany, early 17th century. Bronze sculpture of a falconer, Southern Germany, early 17th century.
Artefact Falconry by Hendrick Vershuring (1627-1690) Falconry by Hendrick Vershuring (1627-1690)
Artefact Falconry by Dutch artist Hendrik Verschuring (1627-1690) Falconry by Dutch artist Hendrik Verschuring (1627-1690)
Artefact 1611, from the Prado set. Arguably the first still-life of dead game birds by Clara Peeters. 1611, from the Prado set. Arguably the first still-life of dead game birds by Clara Peeters.
Artefact Lot 14: Clara PEETERS (Anvers 1594 - après 1657) FAUCON CRECERELLE SUR UNE NATURE MORTE AUX PERDREA Lot 14: Clara PEETERS (Anvers 1594 - après 1657) FAUCON CRECERELLE SUR UNE NATURE MORTE AUX PERDREAU GRIS, BéCASSE, MARTIN-PêCHEUR, BOUVR...
Artefact Bronze statue of Ieyasu Tokugawa in Sunpu Castle in Japan Bronze statue of Ieyasu Tokugawa in Sunpu Castle. Tokugawa, Ieyasu (徳川 家康, January 31, 1543 – June 1, 1616) was the founder and first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan;
Artefact 10 Modern Sayings That Came From the World of Falconry - Knowledge Stew 10 Modern Sayings That Came From the World of Falconry - Knowledge Stew