Paters Herberg in Haarlem

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We are grateful to have contributed to this nice and interesting article about Spanish theater in Haarlem and Heemstede. On page 38 our print of the inn at Haarlem is shown. The Paters Herbergh inn was opposite the shed where the Amsterdam actors gave their performances. You can download the article here: https://we.tl/t-qOPQs4KYdB

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[Original etching/ets by Claes Jansz Visscher] View of the 'Paters herberg' /Gezicht op Paters Herbergh bij Haarlem. Date of publishing print 1612.

Visscher, Claes Jansz (1586/87-1652)

[Original etching/ets by Claes Jansz Visscher] View of the ‘Paters herberg’ /Gezicht op Paters Herbergh bij Haarlem. Date of publishing print 1612.

View of the outskirts of Haarlem, on the so-called ‘Paters Herbergh’. Numbered on the bottom right corner: ‘4’. Fourth from a set of twelve views of the surroundings of Haarlem. On verso collector’s mark of Lyn Mildé [L. 4520].

De inn the Paters Herberg was called “In de Druyf”, Wagenweg 65 Haarlem. De druif sierde het uithangbord van de herberg, de eigenaar was Symon Claesz. Pater. Zijn vrouw heette Haesje Jacobs. De weduwe Haesje Jacobs verkocht de herberg in 1676. Paters herberg kreeg later andere namen zoals NIeuwen Hout en (Vriessche) Koedrift.

Etching on paper, trimmed within plate mark; total: 102 x 156 mm; printed on 17th century paper; Hollstein 152, Simon 130. Date of publishing print 1612.