Antique Print – Honorary Arch-William III-Buitenhof-The Hague [J.J. v.d. Aveele, 1691]



Honorary arch erected at the Buitenhof in the Hague to the honour of William III, King of England.


‘Eere Poort op het Buitenhof. opgerecht voor E. K. M. van Groot Britanje …’

By: Johannes Jacobsz van den Aveele (1655-1727) was a copperplate engraver, etcher and illustrator.

Source: After a drawing in the Rijksmuseum, previously ascribed to Jacob van der Ulft. Published by Carolus Allard. Carolus Allard, also Carel or Allardt (b. Amsterdam; 1648-1709) was a Dutch engraver and Publisher. He was the son of the engraver / Publisher Hugo or Huigh Allard (1625-1691). He possibly had 2 brothers Hugo the elder (1620-1684) and Abraham, who were active as artists / engravers. His sons Hugo and Abraham (c.1676-1725) succeeded their father.

Ref: FMH 2834.

Etching / engraving on hand laid paper (verge).


Sheet: c. 29.5 x 25  cm

Image: c. 29.5 x 25 cm


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