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Bosse, Abraham

(1604 - 1676)

Abraham Bosse (approx. 1604 - February 14, 1676) was an engraver and artist. He was born to Calvinist parents in Tours, France. His father had moved to Tours from Germany. Bosse moved to Paris, where he died in 1676. Roughly 1600 works are attributed to him. Among his subjects were: religion, history, fashion, technology, and illustrations for books. (Such as a frontispiece for Hobbes' Leviathan, which he created with input from Hobbes).
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