- Identification and Creation
- Object Number
Pieter van der Heyden, Netherlandish (Antwerp c. 1530 - after 1572 Berchem)
After Pieter Bruegel, the Elder, Netherlandish (Breda (?), Belgium 1526/30 - 1569 Brussels, Belgium)
- Patience (Patientia)
- Other Titles
- Original Language Title: Patientia Est Malorum quae, aut Inferuntur aut Accidunt AEquanimitate Perlatio
- Work Type
- Physical Descriptions
- plate: 34 x 43.5 cm (13 3/8 x 17 1/8 in.)
- Inscriptions and Marks
- Signed: PAME [monogram]
- inscription: in lower margin: PATIENTIA EST MALORUM QUAE AUT INFERUNTUR, AUT ACCIDUNT, CUM AEQUANIMITATE PERLATIO. Lact.Inst.Lib.5
- inscription: Below allegorial figure: PATIENTIA.
- inscription: At lower right with engraver's monogram: Brueghel. Invent.
- inscription: At lower left: H. Cock.excude.1557
- Francis Calley Gray, bequest to nephew, 1856.
William Gray, gift to Harvard University, 1857.
- State, Edition, Standard Reference Number
- Standard Reference Number
- Bastelaer 124; Hollstein 124; Lebeer no. 15; New Hollstein 20 (Pieter Bruegel the Elder); Hollstein 29 (Pieter van der Heyden); Riggs no. 38
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of William Gray from the collection of Francis Calley Gray
- Object Number
- European and American Art
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- Exhibition History
Prints and Drawings from the Time of Holbein and Breugel, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Cambridge, 11/21/1985 - 01/12/1986
Lifeworld: Portrait and Landscape in Netherlandish Prints, 1550-1650, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, 10/30/1999 - 01/23/2000
32Q: 2540 Renaissance, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 11/15/2018 - 03/13/2019
Beyond Bosch: The Afterlife of a Renaissance Master in Print, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 01/23/2016 - 05/08/2016
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