Memorial to aren't van Ysendyck, Walraad Nieuwhoff, 1818 - 1820 Canvas Print

A memorial to aren't van Ysendyck, preacher in Amsterdam, who died in 1818. The portrait of Van Ysendyck is placed on the column and the base shows a plaque with a seven-line text in Dutch. The monument is flanked by faith with a book on her lap and in her hand a writing feather and by the grieving Religion. A putto shows the image of a church interior. On the ground lie the extinguished and broken torch and an hourglass in sign of death. To the left of the background are two figures between corn sheaves, one of which points up towards the sunlight. The bound shifts indicate the Last Judgment, in which God will reap the seed or His Word that has fallen into good soil, in the parable of the sower.

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