Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert

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Supplement to Le peintre graveur / Adam von Bartsch.

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Statementedited by Ilja M. Veldman.
SeriesThe illustrated Bartsch ;, 55
ContributionsVeldman, Ilja M., Bartsch, Adam von, 1757-1821.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNE90 .I45 1978 vol. 55
The Physical Object
Pagination306 p. :
Number of Pages306
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL438905M
ISBN 100898351545
LC Control Number98149266
OCLC/WorldCa23859269

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With the appearance of Henk Bonger's widely acclaimed biography (), the first complete account of Coornhert's life became Cited by: 3. Dirck Volckertszoon Coornhert, Dutch poet, translator, playwright, and moralist who set down Humanist values for the first time in the vernacular.

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Coornhert’s prolific writings and public debates with theologians and humanists show him as a man who saw himself as “God’s battering ram against the prison of men’s conscience.” Among sixteenth-century writers, Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert (–) offers the fullest defense of religious toleration, but his work has hitherto been largely inaccessible, save to readers of his native Dutch.

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Dirck Volckertszoon Coornhert (after Willem Thibaut) Amsterdam – Gouda the apocryphal Old Testament book of the Bible also called Jesus Sirach. (ed.), Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert (The Illustrated Bartsch, no. 55, supplement),p.no. COORNHERT, DIRCK VOLKERTSZOON Dutch engraver, moralist, poet, and playwright; b.

Amsterdam, ; d. Haarlem, Oct. 29, Although he was an artist, scientist, and civil servant (secretary to the states of Holland, ), he thought of himself as primarily a moralist.

He translated Cicero (De officiis), Seneca (De beneficiis), Boethius (De consolatione philosophiae), the Odyssey, and. Proeve van de Heydelberghsche catechismo, omme te verstaan of die voort gecomen is uyte Godlijcke Schrift, dan uyt het menschelijcke vernuft. Wtghegheven tot allemans oordeel ende waarschouwinghe door D.V.

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This essay was published in: "Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme" (Summer ): 83– The essay discusses a print series, "The Moral Decline of the Clergy, or the Root of the Dutch Revolt and the Iconoclastic.

Coornhert, Dirck Volckertsz. (Netherlandish printmaker, humanist and writer, ). Coornhert, Dirk Volkertszoon Born in Amsterdam; died Oct.

29, in Gouda. Dutch writer and philolo-gist. An outstanding humanist, Coornhert was persecuted by the church. Humanist ideas permeate his moralistic tract, Ethics, or the Polite Art (), and his poetry. Protest against social in-equality is an element of the Comedy of Love and. Creator: Dirck Volkertsz.

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Biografio. Dirck Volkertszoon Coornhert naskiĝis en vojaĝo tra Suda Eŭropo li ekloĝis en Harlemo. Coornhert, Dirck Volckertszoon (dûrk vôl`kərtzōn kôrn`hârt), –90, Dutch translation () of the first 12 books of the Odyssey is considered the first major poetic work of the Dutch Renaissance. Coornhert also translated Cicero, Boccaccio, Seneca, and Boethius.

COORNHERT, DIRCK VOLCKERTSZOON (–), Dutch politician and theologian, youngest son of Volckert Coornhert, cloth merchant, was born at Amsterdam in As a child he spent some years in Spain and Portugal. An engraving by the Dutch artist Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert (), after a design by the Dutch artist Maarten van Heemskerck ().

Depicted is a pivotal moment during the battle of Pavia, 24 February the capture of king Francis I of : Jeroen Pelgrom.

Dupuis shares the existentialism and the desire for toleration that Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert called for in Synod on the Freedom of Conscience,and Trial of the Killing of Heretics, Due to the tension inherent in exchanges between advocates of utopian toleration and guardians of a religious faith, both anticipated resistance.

Dirck Volckertsen Coornhert en zijne wellevenskunst: historiesch-ethische studie J. ten Brink, Jan ten Brink Gebroeders Binger, - Christian life - pages. Dirck Volckertszoon Coornhert, (bornAmsterdam--died Oct. 29,Gouda, Neth.), Dutch poet, translator, playwright, and moralist who set down Humanist values for the first time in the vernacular.

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Prevailing scholarly analysis of the public disputations between D.V. Coornhert () and Dutch Reformed ministers is firmly rooted in a principled view of early modern tolerance.

This study proposes a new point of departure, which involves breaking away from a Coornhert-centred reading of the debates in Leiden and the Hague, while Author: Marianne Roobol. Emblem books at the University of Illinois, C Landwehr, J.

Emblem and fable books printed in the Low Countries, Date from colophon, where the printer is named as Paulus van Ravesteyn. Third ed. of Coornhert’s Dutch translation from Furmerius’s Latin, with the same ill. by Jan Wierix, first published at Leyden (Plantin), ; see Pages: Netherlandish artists -- v.

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Dirck Volkertsz Coornhert c. Engraving Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: Although the quality of Goltzius's paintings should not be underestimated, his fame rests on his work as a graphic artist. Notwithstanding his crippled right hand - fire maimed it, and he was unable to extend his fingers - he was an extraordinary technician and unsurpassed.Galle was born in Haarlem in the Netherlands, where he was a pupil of the humanist and engraver Dirck Volkertsz.

ing to the RKD, he married Catharina van Rollant on 9 June They had five children who later became active as artists: Theodoor, Cornelis, Philips II, Justa (who married the engraver Adriaen Collaert) and Catharina (who married the engraver Karel de Mallery).He was taught by Dirck Volkertsz.

Coornhert, a humanist printmaker, and he was a friend of the Latinists, Franco Estius (born ca. ) and Cornelis Schoneaus, both .

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