Jacques BELLANGE

Jacques Bellange (1575–1616) was an artist and printmaker from the Duchy of Lorraine whose etchings and some drawings are his only securely identified works today. They are among the most striking Mannerist old master prints, mostly on Catholic religious subjects, and with a highly individual style. He worked for fourteen years in the capital, Nancy as court painter to two Dukes of Lorraine, before dying at the age of about forty.
Two Beggars Fighting (c.1612)

Two Beggars Fighting (c.1612)

The Virgin and Child with a Rose (c. 1610)

The Virgin and Child with a Rose (c. 1610)

The Three Marys at the Tomb with the Angel (c.1610)

The Three Marys at the Tomb with the Angel (c.1610)

The three holy women (c.1610)

The three holy women (c.1610)

The Martyrdom of St. Lucy (c.1613)

The Martyrdom of St. Lucy (c.1613)

The entry of Henri II into Nancy (c. 1600)

The entry of Henri II into Nancy (c. 1600)

The Annunciation (c.1614)

The Annunciation (c.1614)

Pieta (c.1612)

Pieta (c.1612)

Military Figures outside a City (c.1612)

Military Figures outside a City (c.1612)

Hurdy-gurdy player attacking a pilgrim (c.1614)

Hurdy-gurdy player attacking a pilgrim (c.1614)

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