Cort, Corenelius (in Italy, Cornelio Flamingo), anl eminent Dutch engraver, was born at Hoorn in 1533 or 1536, and was probably instructed by Jerome Cock. He afterwards established a famous school at Rome, where he died in 1578. The following are some of his numerous prints from different masters: Adam and Eve, with the Serpent; The Resurrection; The Descent of the Holy Ghost; Christ Walking on the Water; Christ Crowned with Thorns; St. John the Baptist; The Adoration of the Magi; The Entombing of Christ; The Creation of Adam and Eve; Moses and Aaron Before Pharaoh; The Nativity; The Holy Family; The Resurrection of Lazarus; The Death of the Virgin; Christ on the Mount of Olives. See Spooner, Biog. Hist. of the Fine Arts, s.v.; Chalmers, Biog. Dict. s.v.; Bryan, Dict. of Painters and Engravers, s.v.