Antique Print – 1808 FLOODING-VLISSINGEN [J. Visser Bender & I. de Wit after Koekkoek, c.1808]

Print

145.00

View of flooded Vlissingen seen towards the Kerkstraat, Steenen Beer and dock / shipyard.

Description

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Rare Proof impression. Ref: FM 5743.

By: Joannes Visser Bender (1785-1813) and Izaak de Wit Jansz (1744-1809) after J.H. Koekoek (1773-1851). Johannes Pieter Visser Bender (1785-1813) was a Dutch draughtsman and etcher from Haarlem. He was a pupil of W. Horstink and J. de Wit. Isaac de Wit Jansz. (1744-1809) was an engraver active in Amsterdam and Haarlem. He worked together with J. P. Visser Bender.

Source:

Etching / engraving on hand laid paper (verge).

Watermark: fragment.

Sheet: c. 37.5 x 27 cm

Image: c. 25.5 x 15.2 cm

Condition:

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PCO-A12-9

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