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Jan Goeree (1670-1731) - Architectural Engraving - the Plot of Myth
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Jan Goeree (1670-1731) - Architectural Engraving - the Plot of Myth

Print originates from "Beschryving van Oud en Nieuw Rome" (Description of Ancient and New Rome). Since the Renaissance, ancient Rome has held a great attraction for art lovers and artists. In numerous publications the authors sketched a picture of the city's view. The ambitions of the Parisian François-Jacques Deseine (1699-1715) were lofty: he established himself as a bookseller in Rome and wanted to bundle all existing knowledge about the city from Latin and Italian sources in one French-language book. In 1690 he published a description of the city: it is very accurate and accurately mentions the sources. The Amsterdam bookseller François Halma translated the work into Dutch in 1704 and added copper engravings from a work he had already published: the Thesaurus antiquitatum Romanarum by Joannes Georgius Graevius from 1694-1699. The first of the three parts describes ancient Rome and the paintings in the Tomba dei Nasoni on the Via Flaminia. The other parts sketch contemporary Rome. Dimensions: 15” x 9” inches / 39 cm x 24 cm Medium: Engraving Date: 1704 Artist: Jan Goeree Origin: Netherlands The certificate of authenticity is included Condition: Good. There may be a few minor imperfections or fox or mottled marks to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. This Item is professionally protected by handmade packing.

N. 76431565

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Jan Goeree (1670-1731) - Architectural Engraving - the Plot of Myth

Jan Goeree (1670-1731) - Architectural Engraving - the Plot of Myth

Print originates from "Beschryving van Oud en Nieuw Rome" (Description of Ancient and New Rome). Since the Renaissance, ancient Rome has held a great attraction for art lovers and artists. In numerous publications the authors sketched a picture of the city's view. The ambitions of the Parisian François-Jacques Deseine (1699-1715) were lofty: he established himself as a bookseller in Rome and wanted to bundle all existing knowledge about the city from Latin and Italian sources in one French-language book. In 1690 he published a description of the city: it is very accurate and accurately mentions the sources. The Amsterdam bookseller François Halma translated the work into Dutch in 1704 and added copper engravings from a work he had already published: the Thesaurus antiquitatum Romanarum by Joannes Georgius Graevius from 1694-1699. The first of the three parts describes ancient Rome and the paintings in the Tomba dei Nasoni on the Via Flaminia. The other parts sketch contemporary Rome.

Dimensions: 15” x 9” inches / 39 cm x 24 cm
Medium: Engraving
Date: 1704
Artist: Jan Goeree
Origin: Netherlands

The certificate of authenticity is included

Condition: Good. There may be a few minor imperfections or fox or mottled marks to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions.

This Item is professionally protected by handmade packing.

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