Image Instructions, proverbs, idioms, van der Heyden, everyone.
 
This picture "Jedermann" shows after a copper engraving by Pieter van der Heyden (1530-1572) after Pieter Bruegel the Elder. (1525-1569) a representation of teachings, proverbs and idioms in the everyday life of a Nemo.

Captions
in the illustration above left:
NIEMAT-EN-KENT-HE-SELVE
[Nobody knows themselves]

in the middle of the bag: NEMO NON
[Nobody not]

on the outer hem of the five men in the foreground and under the two perspectives in the background: ELCK [Everyone]

lower right: H-COCK-EXCVD-CVM-PRIVILEG

below the illustration:
Nemo non quaerit passim sua commoda, Nemon / Non querit sese' cunctis in rebus agendis, // Nemo non inhiat priuatis vndique lueris, // Hic trahit, ille trahit, cunctis amor unus habendi est.
[Nobody knows himself, nobody who doesn't seek his advantage everywhere, nobody who doesn't seek himself in everything he does, nobody who doesn't see his own advantage everywhere. One draws, the other draws, everyone has the same greed.]


Gallery photo on 3mm aluminum dibond plate finished with satin UV protective laminate.
Size:
17.72 x 11.81 "

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Picture on aluminum dibond plate, proverbs after Pieter Bruegel, Jedermann

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