|Condition:||In good condition|
|Title of artwork:||A small bridge across a stream|
|Artist:||Anthonie Waterloo (1610-1690)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Total dimensions (in cm):||46 x 30 cm|
|Picture size (in cm):||29 x 23,80 cm|
Nobody is better in depicting trees then this mid 17th century's artist.
29,00 x 23,80 cm on plate border.
In the original full sheet of laid paper measuring 46 x 30 cm.
A good impression in perfect condition.
From the large upright landscapes (Hollstein 119-124). One of the most desirable prints by this great landscape artist.
A small bridge across a stream at centre left, leading towards a wooded area at right, a church steeple in left background; from a series of six landscapes.
Anthonie Waterloo (1609 - 1690)
Draughtsman, painter and etcher of mainly landscapes. Born at Lille, in Amsterdam in 1621; later in Leeuwarden and Maarssen; retired to an almshouse in Utrecht in 1678 where he was also buried. .
He is believed to be an autodidact. Published his own plates. Lived in Amsterdam in the time of Van Ruysdaal, Safltleven and other important masters. His etching contains motifs he observed in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy. He created 136 etchings and built an important reputation. This etching has to date from around 1650, during the highlight of the realistic landscape sets in the Netherlands. The picture is made in etching technique but it is known that Waterloo updated details with the burin.
Here one of his most valuable, larger plates.
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|Member since:||March 29, 2014|
Excelent, as usual.
two good etchings: the draftman in front of a coastal landscape by Claude Gellée and the hurdy-gurdy player by Joris van Vliet
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