Jan van de Velde II (1593-1641); Claes Jansz. Visscher (II) (1586-1652); Pieter Schenck II (1660-1713)
[Antique etching, ets, landscape print] J. v.d. Velde II, House near a stone bridge in a river landscape, published before 1713.
A man and a wagon pulled by horses near a house along a river with a stone bridge. On the right in the foreground two monks and on the horizon a city. From a series of a total of sixty prints with landscapes, divided over five parts of twelve prints each: “Amenissimae aliquot regiunuculae”. Numbered on the bottom right: “16” and on the top right: “3”. Republished by Pieter Schenk before 1713.
Etching on laid paper with margins mounted on cardboard; plate mark: 120 x 189 mm, total: 146 x 217 mm; state II/2; despite some light foxing in the sky and on the margins, in good condition. Hollstein 264.