Needlewomen in traditional Dutch costumes in a 17th century room.

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Etching on hand laid paper. Watermark: J. Whatman, Turkey mill, 1882.
Sheet size: 58 x 49 cm. (22,8 x 19,3 inch). Image size: 30 x 22,5 cm. (11,8 x 8,9 inch).

Source unknown, to be determined. Nice view on an ancient dutch interior and women in traditional clothing

Made by ‘Eugene Michel Joseph Abot ‘ after ‘Fritz von Uhde’. Eugene Michel Joseph Abot (1836-1894) is a French engraver. He studied printmaking techniques under Gucherel, in Paris. He illustrated a number of books (including Edgar Allan Poe’s The Murders in the Rue Morgue) as well as contributing etchings to periodicals like L’Art and the Gazette des Beaux-Arts. He also created etchings after the designs of contemporary French and American artists. Fritz von Uhde (1848 – 1911, was a German painter who was particularly interested in the Dutch painters from the 16th and 17th century.

Condition: Good, given age. Some soiling in the margins, a restored tear in upper right corner. Faint ghosting around the image (from matting). General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.



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Dimensions 49 × 58 × 1 cm


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