Etching - Not signed - 1616
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Amenissimae aliquot requculae - Pleasure boat|
|Artist:||Jan Van De Velde (1593-1641)|
|Sold with frame:||No|
|Total dimensions (in cm):||16,60 x 24,20 cm|
|Picture size (in cm):||13 x 20,60 cm|
Excellent early impression on watermarked paper;
Full plate border and margins. Good condition . On the backside remains of former album tipping and flattened middle fold. See images for frontal view.
Amenissimae aliquot requculae
Pleasure boat in a moat,
Figures in a pleasure boat on the water of a moat around a castle with two towers. Two figures on the left bank. Tenth print of part two of a series of in total sixty prints with landscapes divided over five parts of twelve prints each.
Hollstein Dutch 253-2(3)
Franken&van der Kellen 292-3(4)
Hubert Dupond (Lugt.3926)
His collection marque on the backside.
Jan Van De Velde II (1593-1641) - Dutch School
Born in Rotterdam and died in Enkhuizen. Jan van de Velde is known for his drawings and engravings. He was a pupil of Jacob Matham in Haarlem around 1613. He worked in Haarlem until 1636 and then went to Enkhuizen. Jan van de Velde made his an important oeuvre mainly between 1615 and 1635. In the beginning he worked only after his own designs. Later also after drawings from Pieter Molijn and Buytewech.
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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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