Antique Master Print-ROLLING-BRIDGE-BOAT-OVERTOOM-Nooms-Zeeman-1652-1654

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‘DEN OVERTOOM,’

– (View of the Overtoom) A ship is pulled across the overtoom, from the Kostverlorenvaart to the Schinkel. To the left in the front is the Leiden ferry house, at the beginning of the Amstelveenseweg, behind it the inn De Valk on the Sloterkade.

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(View of the Overtoom) A ship is pulled across the overtoom, from the Kostverlorenvaart to the Schinkel. To the left in the front is the Leiden ferry house, at the beginning of the Amstelveenseweg, behind it the inn De Valk on the Sloterkade.

Made by Reinier Nooms after own design.

Medium: Etching on handlaid paper.

Sheet size: 25.2 x 14.4 cm (9.92 x 5.67 inch). Image size: 24.1 x 13 cm. (9.49 x 5.12 inch).

Condition: good, given age. Small paper loss in bottom margin, backed. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

ROLLING-BRIDGE-BOAT-OVERTOOM | EXPO-DUTCH/FLEMISH

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

“Derde deel. Verscheijden Schepen en Gesichten van Amsterdam, naer t leven afgetekent en opt Cooper gebracht, door Reinier Nooms, alias Zeeman” (series title).

Reference: New Hollstein Dutch 58-1(2)

The Illustrated Bartsch 92-1(2).

Biography engraver: Reinier Nooms (c.1623-1664), also known as Zeeman or Seeman (Dutch for “sailor”), was a Dutch maritime painter known for his highly detailed paintings and etchings of ships. From the 1650s, Nooms started producing and initially publishing a series of etchings of ships and topographical views. This etching work is characterised by great refinement and was used by many other artists as an example.

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Dimensions 14 × 25 × 1 cm

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