|Title of artwork:||Hermitage aan de Amstel|
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Sold with frame:||Yes|
Beautiful wide view of museum Hermitage on the Amstel. It was built in 1681/1682 and was intended as a shelter for the poor old women of Amsterdam, at that time called ‘Besjes’. According to the rules of procedure of 1681 only women were allowed, which is above the 50 years, and 10 years a member of the church and were a 15-year resident of the city.
Original copper engraving on paper. Artist Jan Luyken (1649-1712).
Material: 2nd edition. Beautiful copy.
This print comes from the 2nd edition of the city description of Amsterdam by historian/author Casparus Commelin (1636-1693).
Publishers: van Damme, Ratelband, van Aaltwijk and Uytwerf (1726).
Print edge is clearly visible.
Framed in beautiful mat.
Catawiki member since September 8, 2015, received 9 reviews in total (3 in last 12 months)
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