Adolf van der Laan (ca. 1690-1742), after Abraham de Lairesse (1670-1727)

[Antique print, etching and engraving] Allegory on the river Vecht at a monument, published 1719.

Allegory of the Vecht river (left foreground) with other figures such as Apollo, Mercury, and Abundance. In the background a topographic view of the surroundings of the river, with Utrecht on the left.

Titled on the monument: Vechtae fundis, villis, praetoriis, atque priscis arcibus triumphantis, tabula exquisitissima.

Signed below: A de Lairesse inv / A van der Laan fecit.

Used as decorative frontispiece in the set of illustrations representing the villages where the river goes by, titled: De zegepraalende Vecht, vertoonende verscheidene gesichten van lustplaatsen, heeren huysen en dorpen; beginnende van Uitrecht en met Muyden besluytende = La triomphante riviere de Vecht, remonstrant diverses veües des lieux de plaisances & maisons seignorales & villages; commençant de Uitrecht & finissant avec Muyden, published by Claes Jansz. Visscher III in 1719.

Etching and engraving on paper, mounted on paper; cut on plate mark, total: 330 x 215 mm; in good condition.

Incl. BTW  96,80

Excl. BTW  80,00

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