Jan Caspar Phillips (1700-1765)

[Antique print; etching and engraving] AFBEELDING van de TREVES-KAMER (trêveszaal). Published 1738.

The Treveszaal in The Hague [de Treveszaal in Den Haag], in the Binnenhof during the Monday meeting. This astonishingly beautiful room was originally erected for the negotiations during the Eighty Years’ War. Nowadays it hosts the meetings of the Dutch Cabinet.

Titled below: ‘AFBEELDING van de TREVES-KAMER op het HOF in ‘S GRAVENHAGE; met het Maandags KONGRESS of de Weekelyksche Byeenkomst der Vreemde Staats Ministers.’

Signed on the bottom left: ‘J. [C.] Philips del et fecit, 1738.’

The plate was included in Jan Wagenaar’s:  ‘Tegenwoordige staat der Vereenigde Nederlanden…’ published in Amsterdam in 1738 (first volume). Indications on where this plate was situated in the publication on the top left corner: ‘Vereen. Nederlan. I Deel, Bladz. 248.’

Etching and engraving on paper; total: 187 x 347 mm; vertical folding crease, cut and pasted close to the plate mark on the left; smudges and some light foxing. In fair condition. Muller 3734.

Incl. BTW  72,60

Excl. BTW  60,00

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