Very rare French Edition.
A view of ruins atop Quirinal Hill in Rome. This is one of the Seven Hills on which Rome was founded.
Leaf: 33 x 22.3 cm
Aegidius Sadeler (c. 1570-1629) was a Flemish baroque era painter and engraver; the best (Hind) of a notable dynasty of engravers, who were also significant as dealers and distributors of prints. He spent most of his career based in Prague where Emperor Rudolf II commissioned many of his works.
Very good condition. Binder’s stab marks to outer margin from binding. Recent hand colour. Very light stain to top right corner.
- Marco Sadeler (1614 - 1660); Daumont ex
- Title of artwork
- ‘Mont Quirinal’, View of ruins atop Quirinal Hill - Rome, Italy - Rare French Edition c 1660
- Plate signed
- Good condition
- Total dimensions
- 33.7×23×0 cm