Antique Print – Nieuwland-Nieuland-Netherlands [P. v.d. Schley after de Beyer, c. 1760]



(The village of Nieuwland.) Attractive view onto the town of Nieuwland, The Netherlands.


‘Het Dorp Nieuland.’

By: Made by ‘P v.d. Schley’ after ‘J. de Beijer’. Philippus van der Schley (1724-1817) was a Dutch draughtsman and engraver from Amsterdam. He was a pupil of his brother Jakob van der Schley. He became a design master and dealer of paintings. Jan de Beijer (1703 – 1780), also given as Jan de Beyer, was a Dutch draughtsman and painter known for this drawings of towns and buildings in the present-day countries of the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. In total, he produced some 1500 drawings, over 600 of which were reproduced as engravings by other artists.

Source: Probably published by P. Fouquet in Amsterdam. Probably published as part of a small collection of prints, bound in a wrapper held together by a cord. Numbered #2.

Etching / engraving on hand laid paper (verge).

Watermark: D&C Blauw.

Sheet: c. 23.8 x 18.7  cm

Image: c. 19 x 12.7 cm


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