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Creator:
Coornhert, D. V. (Dirk Volkertszoon), 1522–1590
Title(s):

Divi Caroli V. imp. opt. max. victoriae, ex multis praecipuae ... / Hieronymus Coccius, typograph, pictor, quanto potest humilitatis ac reverentiae adfectu, ultro adfert, dicatque.

Additional Title(s):

Divi Caroli V. imp. opt. max. victoriae, ex mvltis praecipvae

Divi Caroli V. imperatoris optimi maximi victoriae, ex multis praecipuae

Triumphs of Charles V

Victories of Emperor Charles V

Published/Created:
Imprimé en Anuers : Aupres la bourse neuue en la mayson de Hieronymus Cocq paintre, 1556.
Physical Description:
12 prints : engraving with etching ; each approximately 22 x 24 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Folio A 2023 35
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Classification:
Prints
Notes:
Hieronymus Cock's edition of 1556 was the first (despite dates of 1555 on prints I and VI). The 12 prints are preceded by Cock's added title sheet. The engravings are by D.V. Coornhert after Martin van Heemskerk. The 2nd may be by Cornelis Bosch rather than Coornhert; see Hollstein.
Beneath each print are letterpress captions in Latin, Spanish and French verse. The prints are numbered I-XII in the plate and again in letterpress in the caption.
New Hollstein Dutch and Flemish, Maarten van Heemskerck 167-178
Rosier, B. The Victories of Charles V: A Series of Prints by Maarten van Heemskerck, 1555-56. In Simiolus: Netherlands Quarterly for the History of Art, Vol. 20, No. 1 (1990-1991), pages 24-38
BAC Folio A 2023 35: The volume includes two sets of the 12 prints, plus one version of the title sheet, bound in a 19th-century album (in red morocco). The two sets are juxtaposed on opposite pages. Uncolored versions with the letterpress verse are affixed to versos. Rectos bear hand-colored versions heightened with gold, the coloring attributed to Hieronymus Cook. With the bookplate and armorial binding of William Stirling Maxwell.
Subject Terms:
Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1500-1558 -- Pictorial works.
Holy Roman Empire -- History -- Charles V, 1519-1556 -- Pictorial works.
Stirling Maxwell, William, 1818-1878 -- Bookplate.
Form/Genre:
Hand coloring.
Armorial bindings (Binding).
Contributors:
Heemskerk, Martin van, 1498-1574, artist.
Bosch, Cornelis, 1506 or 1510-approximately 1570, engraver.
Cock, Hieronymus, approximately 1510-1570, publisher.
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