Etching, bottom centre signed in the plate in initials AVE
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Title of artwork:||The house on top of a steep cliff|
|Artist:||Allard van Everdingen (1621 - 1675)|
Beautiful etching by this innovator of Dutch landscape graphic
Size: 9.90 x 14.40 cm on the plate’s edge.
Condition: Good print with full and margins on hand laid paper with watermark. (Part of the crest of Amsterdam)
On the back, there is some residue of a former tipping onto a collection page in the top corners. Small poem tear in the left edge.
One of the leading Dutch landscape etchers of the 17th century!
Designed and etched by the artist himself.
Bartsch II.184.44, Hollstein 44
The house on top of a steep cliff; goats on pastures to left; three men next to boats on the bank of a river in foreground; and a village and chapel at right;
Allaert van Everdingen: (1621-1675)
This artist from the Netherlands was born in Alkmaar in 1621 and died in Amsterdam around 1675.
It is almost certain he learned first about his art by Roelandt Savery (1576-1639) in Utrecht, and later he became a pupil of Pieter Molijn (1595-1661) at Haarlem.
The industrial family Trip send him to Sweden and Norway to their iron-mines. He is known in art-history for the introducing of rock-formations and cabins in Netherlands Landscape Art. His example has probably inspired Jacob van Ruisdael(1628-1682).
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|Member since:||March 29, 2014|
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