In 1906, Dutch engraver Johannes Cornelis Wienecke had immortalised his mother on a plaque. Here, he portrayed his 15-year-old daughter, who was named after his mother. The plaque was a commission from the Dutch-Belgian Association the Medaillevrienden.
|Title||Plaque Medal Portraying Sietske Wienecke, the Daughter of the Artist|
|Signatures, inscriptions, and markings||title and year on the front side: S i e t s k e / AE 15 / 1914 ; J.C. Wienecke|
|inscription below: NEDERLANDSCH - BELGISCHE / VEREE - - NIGING ; VAN DE VRIENDEN DER MEDAILLE ALS KUNSTWERK ; JWC|
|Object type||art medal|
|Art & Architecture Thesaurus||300189808 figures (representations) AAT|
31D11222 girl (child between toddler and youth) Iconclass
31D130 Maidenhood Iconclass
42G2122 daughter (first degree family relationships) Iconclass
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