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A recently discovered pen-drawing by Peeter Rottermondt, here reproduced, shows the characteristic, minute manner of drawing as we know it from his drawings at Amsterdam. The composition has been borrowed from Rubens. In The Hague also lived some gold-and silversmiths of the name of Rottermondt. Peeter Rottermondt made a portrait of the the hatch at the left, the eldest Rase van Baussele is the person behind Christ, whereas the man who up till now had been supposed to be D. Bouts, is Laurentius van Winghe. Furthermore are mentioned in the contract a knight, a priest and a schoolmaster. They may be found among the spectators on the panel with Abraham and Melchisedech. Two of the Apostles on the central panel wearing caps might represent the two professors also mentioned. A similar case occurs with the panels of Justice at Brussels where the theologian Dr. Janne van Haeght, charged with the supervision of the paintings, may have been represented as the Augustine monk standing behind the executioner.
Oud Holland © 1951 Brill