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  1.  
    1661 (1719)
    VAN CAMPEN
    Title:
    La Sale du Conseil de Guerre du Cote du Midi.
    Date:
    C1661
    Artist:
    Jacob van Campen (1596-1657)
    Engraver:
    Hubertus Quellinus (1619-1687)
    Image Size:
    375mm x 270mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Stock Number:
    APES ARCH 040 (C114)
    Description:


  2.  
    1661 (1719)
    VAN CAMPEN
    Title:
    La Voute de la Grand Sale des Bourgeois.
    Date:
    C1661
    Artist:
    Jacob van Campen (1595-1657)
    Engraver:
    Hubertus Quellinus (1619-1687)
    Image Size:
    600mm x 445mm
    Condition:
    Folds as issued, otherwise in good condition.
    Technique:
    Copper engraving.
    Stock Number:
    APES DEC 038 ()
    Description:
    Jacob van Campen (1596-1657) was a Dutch artist and architect, he designed a number of major buildings in the Netherlands, among which are the Mauritshuis, Paleis Noordeinde, and the Amsterdam town hall. Van Campen supplied the drawings to Jacob Vennekool (c. 1630-1680) who was a famous Amsterdam architect. Hubertus Quellinus (1619-1687) was a Flemish engraver from the Baroque period.
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  3.  
    1661 (1719)
    VAN CAMPEN
    Title:
    Le Tribunal du Cote de L'Orient.
    Date:
    C1661
    Artist:
    Jacob van Campen (1595-1657)
    Engraver:
    Hubertus Quellinus (1619-1687)
    Image Size:
    395mm x 530mm
    Condition:
    Centre fold as issued with some minor creasing on top RHS, otherwise in good condition.
    Technique:
    N/A
    Stock Number:
    APES ARCH 017 (LF27)
    Description:
    Jacob van Campen (1596-1657) was a Dutch artist and architect, he designed a number of major buildings in the Netherlands, among which are the Mauritshuis, Paleis Noordeinde, and the Amsterdam town hall. Jacob Vennekool (c. 1630-1680) was a famous Amsterdam architect. He supplied the drawings. Hubertus Quellinus (1619-1687) was a Flemish engraver from the Baroque period.
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  4.  
    1661 (1719)
    VAN CAMPEN
    Title:
    Untitled.
    Date:
    C1661 (1719)
    Artist:
    Jacob van Campen (1596-1657)
    Image Size:
    295mm x 430mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Original copper Engraving
    Stock Number:
    APES DEC 100 A B (C114)
    Description:
    Two engravings on separate sheets. Fine architectural engraving from the series of the Amsterdam Town Hall, designed by the architect Jacob van Campen. The building was begun in 1648 and completed in 1665 after the death of van Campen. The town hall was designed as a powerful symbol of the riches of Dutch commerce especially in the Indies. As the Dutch East India Company was instrumental in the charting of the Australian continent as part of their spice trade activities, the marble floor of the Burgerzall, included a mosaic world map that importantly showed the results of Tasman's discoveries in Australia.
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  5.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Cette Face de L'Observatoire
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    180mm x 275mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 029 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Paris Observatory from the south.

    From Veues des belles maisons de France

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle (1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  6.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    L'Arc de Triomphe de Versailles
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    200mm x 300mm
    Condition:
    Small stain in centre, otherwise in good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 055 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of showing a part of the gardens in Versailles, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  7.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    L'Arc de Triomphe hors le Fauxbourg St. Anthonie ...
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    200mm x 290mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 024 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of an archway in the historic suburb of Faubour, Paris, from Veues des belles maisons de France

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  8.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    L'Entree du Chasteau de Meudon a Deux Lieues de Paris
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    167mm x 270mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 037 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Royal Castle of Meudon, which is now destroyed, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle (1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  9.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    L'Observatoire
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    175mm x 270mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 028 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Paris Observatory from Veues des belles maisons de France

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine Bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  10.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    La Grotte de Thetis
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    175mm x 280mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 051 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Tethys cave (in honor of the titanide Tethys , sister and wife of Ocean ) is an artificial cave built under the reign of Louis XIV in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  11.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    La Veue du Monastere Royal du Val de Grace, du Cote du Jardin.
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    170mm x 265mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 027 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Monastery of Val-de-Grace, Paris from Veues des belles maisons de France

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  12.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Le Chasteau de St. Cloud
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    298mm x 300mm
    Condition:
    Small stain on top left, otherwise in good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 040 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Château de Saint-Cloud, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  13.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Le Chasteu des St. Clou
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    200mm x 300mm
    Condition:
    Small stain on right hand side not affecting image, otherwise in good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 039 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Château de Saint-Cloud, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  14.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Le Grand Parterre dv. Trianon De St. Cloud.
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    205mm x 290mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 041 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Chateau de Saint-Cloud, Paris, from Veues des belles maisons de France

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle (1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  15.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Le Monastere Royal de Val de Grace
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    180mm x 280mm
    Condition:
    Small rust spot, otherwise in good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 026 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the church and the monastery of the Val-de-Grâce, which is now destroyed, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle (1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  16.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Le Trianon ou Pavillon de St. Cloud
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    200mm x 305mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 042 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Château de Saint-Cloud from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine Bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  17.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Veiie du Jardin Royal des Plantes Medecinales au fauxbourg st. Victor.
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    165mm x 265mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 032 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Garden of the King, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  18.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Veue de la Gallerie du Palais Royal
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    133mm x 255mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 009 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Royal Palace, Paris, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  19.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Veue de la Grotte de Ruel et dvne Partie du Canal et Bassins
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    167mm x 215mm
    Condition:
    Some minor stains, otherwise in good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 045 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of Fountains, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  20.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Veue du Chasteau de Vincennes du coste du Parc
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    135mm x 240mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 035 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Château de Vincennes, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle (1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  21.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Veue et Perspectiue dune Grotte au Bout de Lattee du grand Jet d'eau a St. Cloud
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    130mm x 260mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 043 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of a fountain in the grounds of the Chateau de Saint Cloud, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  22.  
    1680
    PERELLE
    Title:
    Veue et Perspective des Cascades st St. Clou
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    145mm x 245mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 044 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the gardens at the Palace of St. Cloud, which is now destroyed, from Veues des belles maisons de France

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle (1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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  23.  
    1680
    PERELLES
    Title:
    L'Arc ou Portique de Vincennes du cote qui regarde la grande cour...
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    185mm x 289mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 036 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the arches at Vincennes, which is now destroyed, from Veues des belles maisons de France

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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    1680
    PERELLES
    Title:
    Veue et Perspectiue de Luxembourg du Coste du Jardin, a Present Appele Palais d'Orleans
    Date:
    C1680
    Artist:
    Perelles family
    Image Size:
    140mm x 240mm
    Condition:
    In good condition.
    Technique:
    Hand coloured engraving.
    Stock Number:
    VDBM 012 ARCH (C114)
    Description:

    View of the Palace of Orleans, in Paris, from Veues des belles maisons de France.

    This beautiful architectural engraving is from an extensive and fine series of engravings depicting the major French chateaux and gardens, including Versailles and Fountaine bleau, and Parisian views and architectural landmarks. Although no two albums of topographical views of France with engravings by the Perelle family are identical, they can be dated variously from about 1750 to 1800, and were issued by any one of four generations of the Langlois and Mariette family of publishers.

    The Perelles were an influential family of French artists whose engravings of French 17th-century gardens are a valuable record of their appearance. Gabriel Perelle (1595 - 1677 ) who studied drawing with Daniel Rabel, had two sons, Nicolas Perelle (born 1631) and Adam Perelle ( 1640 - 1695). Their work is so similar in style and was often signed simply 'Fait par Perelle', and so difficult to attribute individually. Their work is often characterized by its incredible intricate depictions of architectural landmarks sitting within vast spaces. 

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