Daniel Stoopendaal - De Zegepralende Vecht

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Daniel Stoopendaal - De Zegepralende Vecht
Incisione - Non firmato - 1719-1791

18th century topographical engravings (18x) from “De Zegepralende Vecht, Vertoonende verscheidene gesichten van Lustplaatsen, Heeren huysen en Dorpen”. Beginnende van Utrecht en met Muyden besluytende.” Copper engravings by Daniel Stoopendaal (active 1685-1713), first published by Hendrik de Leth, 1719, with caption in French and Dutch. Engravings of the courtyard along the Utrecht Vecht.

12 of the engravings have a plate number (17, 29, 50, 55, 68, 77, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 95).

6 have no plate number:
De Hr Boendermakers groote Kom, nevens de Terras en haar cabinetten (caption only in Dutch).
Poelenstyn, Lustplaats van den Heer Ian Baron van Lawick, Heer van Cortenberg.
Bassenhof, toebehoorende den Heer Lodewyk De Bas.
De Kerkkroon, toebehoorende Mejufw de weduwe Philips van Kemmena
De Pacienzy, toebehoorende den Heer Pieter Apostol.
De Hofstede Els Ryk van den Heer Kuykens bij de Meyt paal op den Amstelveensen Weg.

Images approx. 16 x 20 cm, some on paper with wide margins (approx. 21 x 28 cm), others are cropped short up to the plate’s edge. On laid paper (laid paper), some page with watermark. Frayed edges and spots in the margins, images are otherwise in good condition.

Please study the photos for a better impression of the details and condition.

Dettagli lotto
Artista
Daniel Stoopendaal
Titolo dell'opera
De Zegepralende Vecht
Anno
1719-1791
Tecnica
Incisione
Firma
Non firmato
Condizioni
In buone condizioni
Vendita con cornice
No
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