Antique Map-NETHERLANDS-BELGIUM-LUXEMBOURG-Santini-Janvier-1784

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‘PARTIE MERIDIONALE DES PAYS BAS QUI COMPREND LES PROVINCES (?)”

– This print shows a map of the Southern Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. This Southern part of the Netherlands was divided between France, the House of Austria and the Netherlands.

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Description

This print shows a map of the Southern Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. This Southern part of the Netherlands was divided between France, the House of Austria and the Netherlands.

Made by Paolo Santini after Jean Janvier.

Medium: Engraving on wove paper.

Sheet size: 74 x 52 cm (29.13 x 20.47 inch). Image size: 64 x 47 cm. (25.2 x 18.5 inch).

Condition: good, given age. Fold as published. Creases. Folds in lower corners and in middle of upper margin. Two parallel folds in center. Brown spots on reverse. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

MAP-NETHERLANDS-BELGIUM-LUXEMBOURG-REIGN OF FRANCE-REIGN OF AUSTRIA | RBOS-T32-LARGE

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

This attractive print was first published in the Atlas Universal from Francois Santini between 1775-1780. Later in 1784 it was reprinted by Santini in Venice.

Biography engraver: Paolo Santini was an engraver and cartographer (1729-1793) in Santa Giustina Venice.

Biography artist: Jean Janvier (1746 ? 1776) was a geographer and cartographer in Rue St. Jacques in Paris. He produced a series of maps in the later half of the century. While there is some confusion about his Christian name, his maps usually were inscribed ‘Le Sieur Janvier’. He is best known for his collaboration with engraver Jean Lattre for an Atlas Moderne first released in 1762 and in several later editions some by C. F. Delamarche and by Chez Remondini. He also produced several maps used in general atlases by William Fadan and P. Santini.

Additional information

Dimensions 52 × 74 × 1 cm

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