Hans I Collaert (1525/30-1580), Pinchas killing Zimri and Kosbi
Coburg, Veste Coburg
From the museum website
With about 2000 plates to their credit, the Collaert family of Flemish engravers contributed a respectable proportion of Netherlandish printmaking between Renaissance and Baroque. The multitude of subjects depicted during the early years of the Counter-Reformation is reflected among other fields in Biblical themes. A small number are displayed in this dossier exhibition.