Daniel Marot (1661-1752)

[Antique print; etching and engraving] DE GROOTE GEHOOR- ZAAL (Vrede van Rijswijk, published 1730.

The inauguraiton of the Treveszaal in The Hague [de Trêveszaal in Den Haag], in the Binnenhof. This astonishingly beautiful room was originally erected for the negotiations during the Eighty Years’ War. Notably, on the right, is a group of Ottoman-clad people. In 1697, in fact, a delegation from Russia was invited in The Hague. In the delegation was also the tzar Pieter I.

Nowadays it hosts the meetings of the Dutch Cabinet.

Titled below: ‘DE GROOTE GEHOOR-ZAAL IN DEN HAAG, IN DEN WELKEN DE- HEEREN STAATEN GENERAAL DER VEREENIGDE NEDERLANDEN DE GESANDTEN ONTFANGEN, EN- HUNNE VERGAADERINGEN HOUDEN.’

Signed on the bottom left: ‘D Marot del et fecit.’

Used in Jean le Clerc : ‘Geschiedenissen der Vereenigde Nederlanden…’. published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Chatelain in 1730.

Etching and engraving on paper; platemark: 380 x 680 mm; total: 508 x 740 mm; state III/3; three vertical and one horizontal folding crease, a damp stain on top center margin; a tear on the left margin, repaired with tape on verso; small holes in the crossing of the folding creases. Overall in good condition. Muller 2989-H.

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