Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie
Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie
Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie

Jaspar Isaac (1585-1654) etching Ovid Mythology Lycaon Prince & Tyran l’Arcadie

$56.00 Dollar
Fine and rare engraving by Jaspar Isaac for the series Les Metamorphoses d'Ovide,
Divisées en XV Livres
Paris,chez Antoine de Sommaville,1660.

 

12.2 x 13 cm. Text to verso.

Jaspar Isaac (Antwerp, 1585? - Paris, May 23, 1654) was a French engraver and print dealer of Flemish origin

Originally from Flanders like Melchior Tavernier, he was the brother-in-law of Thomas de Leu. One of his daughters, Marguerite, married the Reims engraver Nicolas Regnesson in his presence in June 1649.