2 Rare Antique Prints-BATTLES-ZENTA-BUDAPEST-OTTOMAN-HABSBURG-Westerhout-1686-1697



2 Battles between the Holy League and the Ottoman Empire.

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Set of 2 large panoramic battle prints:

  1. Battaglia data al gran Sultano de Turchi, eVittorio […] diLeopoldo […] Tibisco […] Eugenio di Savoia […] Battle of Zenta at the Tisza / Tisa river in present-day Serbia, which took place on Sept. 11, 1697. The Habsburg Imperial army was led by Prince Eugene of Savoy against the Turkish army under the command of Sultan Mustapha II and his grand vizier, Elmas Mohammed Pasha.
  2. Ecco a piedi […] Buda metropoli […]. Battle/conquestof of Buda in september 1686. The Imperial army under Karl of Lotharingen.

Size: c. 47 x 69 cm.

Condition: Good; some rubbing of area at vertical fold in middle; some staining and soiling; several small tears in paper edges.

Engraved by Arnold van Westerhout. Published by Stampano alli Cesarini in Rome and sold by Remondini in Venice. These plates appear to have been made shortly after the battles and years before the famous paintings by Jan van Huchtenburgh (1647-1733).

Arnold van Westerhout (1651-1725) originated from Antwerp, but spent a large part of his life in Rome as an engraver and publisher.

These views are apparently very rare we have not been able to locate any other examples.

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