As is usually the case in Dutch protestant churches, the pulpit is the preeminent structure within the building, and never more so than here in the Nieuwe Kerk. Surmounting the staggeringly elaborate tower-like structure are six angels, one of which is holding the Ten Commandments, while two are playing musical instruments (a horn and a harp). Also included are representations of the four Evangelists, and it has been said that the image is Saint Luke is actually a self-portrait of Vinckenbrinck.
1. F.W.H. Hollstein, Dutch and Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts, Amsterdam 1949 - present, vol. 9, p. 79, no. 31 reproduced
2. Inv. no. RP-P-1937-1584.
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