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Iconographia Arminiana: Portraits From 1609 Until Ca. 1850

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This chapter presents a catalogue that lists all portraits of Jacobus Arminius that are found in paintings, drawings and prints, from the earliest known printed portrait of 1609, until ca. 1850. After the middle of the nineteenth century no new concepts were added to the already existing portraits. Furthermore, new printing techniques had gained the upper hand, which resulted in a basically different character of the portraits. The principle aim of Arminius cartoons was not to render a precise likeness of Arminius. The portraits have been arranged according to their production techniques: prints with prints, paintings with paintings. Within these categories, the prints have been arranged according to type, and within each group, as much as possible, a chronological sequence is maintained. A list of abbreviations that have been used in the literary references, both in the text and in the catalogue are also provided here.

Keywords: Arminius cartoons; Jacobus Arminius portrait



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