15231605, Feb 11
a Flanders-born mannerist artist active mainly in 16th century Florence. Many of his works depict the hunt, designs which became so popular they were translated into prints. Stradanus collaborated with printmakers Hieronymus Cock and the Galle family in Antwerp to produce hundreds of prints on a variety of subjects, most of which were repeatedly reproduced and often bound into volumes. He died at Florence in 1605.
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