C1661

Frontispice de la Maison de Ville.

Artist:

Jacob van Campen (1595 - 1657)

Sold as a set of 4, 1 x Elevation 3 x Floor plans B: “Representation du Plus bas Etage de la Maison de Ville D’Amsterdam” C: “Representation du Second Etage de la Maison de Ville D’Amsterdam” D: “Representation du Troisieme … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Frontispice de la Maison de Ville.

Date:

C1661

Artist:

Jacob van Campen (1595 - 1657)

Engraver:

Hubertus Quellinus 
(1619 – 
1687)

Condition:

Loss of the letter ‘M’ in title, a little soiling, otherwise in good condiution.entre fold as issued.

Technique:

Copper engraving.
AUTHENTICITY
Frontispice de la Maison de Ville. - Antique Print from 1661

Genuine antique
dated:

1661

Description:

Sold as a set of 4, 1 x Elevation 3 x Floor plans B: “Representation du Plus bas Etage de la Maison de Ville D’Amsterdam” C: “Representation du Second Etage de la Maison de Ville D’Amsterdam” D: “Representation du Troisieme Etage de la Maison de Ville D’Amsterdam” 

Biography:

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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