Theodor Matham

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Theodor Matham, galant scene.

Theodor Matham, also Theodoor Matham (1589 Haerlem -) was a Dutch engraver. He was the younger son of the better known engraver Jacob Matham, and the brother of the engravers Jan and Adriaen Matham.[1][2]

He went to Italy and studied under Cornelius Bloemaert, and then returned to Haerlem, where he engraved an important number of plates. He signed his plates T.M. fecit or T.M. sculpsit.[2]

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