Pieter van der Borcht (c. 1530–1608) [?] or Frans Hogenberg (1535–1590) [?]

[Antique print, engraving] The Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp/Onze-lieve-vrouwekathedraal in Antwerpen, published 1612.

Appeared in the 1612 edition and later of Guicciardini’s “Beschryvinghe of all the Netherlands; (…)”, this plate numbered as “6” on the bottom right represents the Cathedral of our Lady in Antwerp. Some citizens on the bottom right are conversing with a cripple sitting in front of the church.

Titled above in a panel held by two angels “TEMPLE D. VIRGINIS / MARIAE VERA DEINEATIO”. Therefore, this is the second version of the plate (Antwerpen-Kathedraal 3.2 in Guicciardini Illustratus, p. 137) which appeared at first in the 1612 Blaeu Dutch edition, until Janssonius’ in 1648.

Copper engraving on paper with margins; plate mark: 237 x 318 mm, total: 258 x 346 mm; state II/2; two pages joined together in the middle. On verso transfer traces of fresh ink due to the piling of sheets after pressing. Watermark with foolscap on the right.

Incl. BTW  121,00

Excl. BTW  100,00

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